Welcome to Elemental HealthFor those inspired to live a healthier life!
Welcome to my site… I’m so glad you are here!
Our current healthcare system is broken. The US spends trillions of dollars on healthcare, and our citizens are suffering more from chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular disease than any other country in the world! Our team is working to uproot this broken system one person at a time!
Here are some comments from people around the country who felt inspired to write about their experience with me
As someone who has seen many doctors for years as I battled depression and anxiety, I can say it is rare to be HEARD by one’s physician. YOU are the exception! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for listening, caring, and helping me through one of the darkest times of my life. I now have something I haven’t had before…HOPE!Billy B. Fountain Hills, AZ
For years I had struggled with mood swings, feeling like I didn’t belong in my own skin, water retention and any other symptoms that were common in a woman who had hormonal imbalances. My weight spiraled up and down and I was tired of hearing doctors tell me it was all in my head. I was very fortunate to get a recommendation to Elemental Health. Talk about a life-changing experience! Today I feel incredible! I feel better today than I did in my youth and I have Dr. Loschert and her wonderful team to thank for that.Katherine R. Scottsdale, AZ
I want to thank you for giving me my life back. I have suffered from symptoms for over 15 years, hot flashes, depression, irritability, weight gain, and insomnia. Since working with you, I can look forward to my birthday this year with hope, happiness, and optimism. You are a godsend. Keep up the good work to help others as you have helped me.C.B. Youngtown, OH
Meet Dr. Amy Loschert
I have a passion for helping people live their most healthy and fulfilling lives where one can achieve anything they want. Cancer patients and survivors are especially poised and inspired to reach for this in their lives, and thus, ironically, I’ve heard many times that a person’s diagnosis of cancer was a “blessing in disguise” or “wake up call” to prioritize themselves and what is most important to them.