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About Dr. Linda Fry, N.D.

Linda Fry is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. She is Board Certified through the American Alternative Medical Association (AAMA). Dr. Fry received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine after completing a four-year course of studies at Trinity College of Natural Health in Warsaw, Indiana. In addition, Dr. Fry has obtained a Degree as a Master Herbalist (MH), Certified Nutritional Consultant (CNC) and a Certified Health Specialist (CHS). Dr Fry is also Certified as an Acupressure Therapist. Other studies include Kinesiology, Orthomolecular Nutrition, Homeopathy, Medical Chemistry, Nutritional Philosophy, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Dry Blood Analysis, Bach Flower Therapy and Emotional Release Technique. Dr. Fry is a Diplomat member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants (AANC), a Professional member of American Naturopathic Medical Association (ANMA), a member of the American Alternative Medical Association (AAMA) and a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). Since 1993, Dr. Fry has been the owner and founder of Infiniti Wellness Center located in Leechburg, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Fry, a Naturopathic Doctor, addresses many clinical conditions using a variety of holistic medical therapies that include naturopathic, nutritional and botanical treatments. Dr. Fry is a patient advocate in the journey toward optimal health and believes in first doing no harm and the healing power of nature. She believes in educating her patients so they can make informed decisions regarding their health care. Dr. Fry has been an integrated health care practitioner for over twenty years with experience in the field of acupressure, nutrition, homeopathy and botanical treatments as well as working with several chiropractic and wellness clinics in Pennsylvania and Florida. Her primary focus is on determining imbalances and re-establishing wellness through nutritional influences, stress management, detoxification and proper supplementation.

Working from her wellness center, patients come from all over the greater Pittsburgh area, seeking a scientific basis to treating the body naturally. Treatment includes but not limited to the following:

  • Attention Deficit Disorder ADD & ADHD
  • Addictions
  • Adrenal  Imbalance
  • Allergies
  • Anti-Aging
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma and allergies
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Back Pain
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Colds and flu
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive complaints (IBD, IBS, GERD, constipation, etc)
  • Endocrine Disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Infections (Bacterial, Fungal, Spirochete, Systemic, Viral, etc)
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders (Ulcerative Colitis, etc)
  • Endometriosis
  • Environmental Toxicity
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Heart disease
  • Hepatitis, Cirrhosis & other liver disorders
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Infertility & sexual dysfunction
  • Hypertension
  • Colds and flu
  • Interstitial Cystitis
  • Insomnia
  • Kidney & Bladder Infection
  • Lupus
  • Lyme Disease
  • Memory Dysfunction
  • Menopause
  • Obesity
  • Osteoporosis
  • Ovarian Cysts
  • Parkinson's, MS, and other nervous system disorders
  • PMS, menopause, and other hormone imbalances
  • Sinusitis  
  • Skin Conditions (Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, etc)
  • Sprains
  • Stress
  • Thyroid  Imbalance
  • Trauma
  • Uterine Fibroids
  • Urinary tract infections
  • And More.. 

Bodywork Modalities techniques include:

  • Acupressure
  • Craniofacial
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Polarity Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Strain/Counterstrain

What is a Naturopath?

Dr. Fry will gather personalized information about her patient, as well as performing diagnostic testing; reviewing medical reports, and lab results.  Taking all these factors into account, she will recommend a comprehensive treatment plan for the patient. 

The harmonious functioning of all aspects of the patient is essential for the recovery of an illness and for the body to maintain balance and for the prevention of disease.  Dr. Fry identifies the root cause of diseases, stimulates the body’s own healing mechanisms, recommends therapies that aid in the recovery processes and assists the patient in transitioning into a healthy lifestyle and empowering their lives.

Today, people are increasingly looking beyond conventional medicine to find answers for health care problems.  While conventional medicine is preferred for treating trauma and emergencies, naturopathic medicine excels in the prevention and the treatment of chronic disease and in keeping you healthy.

The practice of naturopathy emerges from six principles of therapy.  These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis through diagnostic testing.

1.     The Healing Power of Nature: Trust in the body’s inherent wisdom to heal itself.  Naturopaths will work with the body’s inherent ability to establish, maintain and restore energy, harmony and balance known as homeostasis, a dynamic equilibrium of all physiological processes in the body.  Therefore, the Naturopath’s role is to facilitate and augment this process, to identify and remove obstacles to health and recovery, and to support a healthy internal and external environment.

2.     First, Do No Harm: Utilize the most natural, least invasive and least toxic therapies.  Naturopathic Therapies are designed to remove the underlying causes of the illness that has caused the generation of symptoms.  The Naturopath’s role is to remove the cause using natural medicines rather than using methods that simply suppress the symptoms.

3.     Identify and Treat the Causes: Look beyond the symptoms to the underlying cause.  Naturopaths address the primary cause of the illness, rather than just treating the symptoms.  Naturopaths evaluate the cause on many levels including, physical, mental, and emotional components.  By treating the root cause of the disease, the patient can recover completely.

4.     Doctor as Teacher: Educate patients in the steps to achieving and maintaining health.  The Naturopath’s major role is to educate, encourage and coach the patient to take responsibility for his or her own health.  Creating a healthy, sensitive interpersonal relationship with the patient has inherent therapeutic value and the naturopath can be an effective catalyst for healthful change, empowering the patient to live a healthier lifestyle and to assume personal responsibility.

5.     Treat the Whole Person: View the body as an integrated whole in all its physical and spiritual dimensions.  The Naturopathic Approach will take into account the whole person, the complex inter-connectedness of the physical, mental, emotional, genetic, environmental and social factors.  The Naturopath will spend much time gathering the personalized information of the patient and will take all these factors in account before making a diagnosis and recommending comprehensive treatment.  The harmonious functioning of all aspects of the patient is essential for the recovery of an illness and for the body to maintain balance and the prevention of disease.

6.     Prevention: Focus on overall health, wellness and disease prevention.  The ultimate goal is prevention, which is accomplished through education and the promotions of healthy lifestyle habits that foster good health.  The Naturopath emphasis is on building health rather than on fighting disease.  The Naturopath assesses the risk factors and hereditary susceptibility to disease and at that time, makes appropriate interventions to avoid further harm and risk. 

Oriental Medicine

Oriental medicine is a complementary health system to naturopathic medicine.  It offers an important understanding of the unity of body, mind and spirit and believes in strengthening a patient’s vital energy (Qi).  By incorporating the Western understanding of medicine, the fundamentals of oriental medicine and diagnosis can be used to support wellness and harmonize imbalances.  Traditional Chinese Medicine can be used to deal with a variety of conditions, such as migraines, sinusitis, addictions, sciatica, arthritis, low back pain, weight loss, infertility, common cold, fibromyalgia, polycystic ovarian syndrome, PMS, irritable bowel, and arthritis.

Botanical Medicine

The use of plant medicine is a core to a natural medicine practice.  Plants are powerful medicines when properly used.  Quality herbs, correct dosage and knowledge of potential interactions are essential to effective treatment.  Botanical medicines are used in both traditional herbal formulations and as phytomedicines, which are scientifically researched and formulated.  Plants can be used to deal with acute and chronic diseases.  Botanical medicine is commonly used in naturopathic medicine to fight infections, reduce pain and inflammation, tone and heal body organs, increase energy, and induce relaxation and sleep.  In clinical practice, plants are used for ear infections and allergies to menstrual irregularities, insomnia, depression, high blood pressure and many other conditions. Botanical medicines come in many different forms, such as liquid extracts, capsules, tablets or teas.  They are also incorporated into medicinal topical applications such as salves, creams and oils.

Homeopathic Medicine

This natural health system is over 200 years old and is widely used in Europe, India, and Brazil.  Homeopathic medicine is based on the principle of “like cures like.”  Symptoms are seen as the body’s immune system at work and therefore communicate a deeper problem.  Conditions that conventional medicine has no treatment for respond well to homeopathy.  Instead of suppressing the symptoms with pharmaceutical drugs, homeopathic medicines assist the body in returning to its natural state of health.  It is important to note that there are some diseases not suitable for homeopathic treatment such as surgical cases and diseases of lifestyle.


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