Andria Pizzato, DNP, FNP holds a Doctorate of Nursing from University of Arizona with an emphasis in family medicine. She is a graduate from Dr. Andrew Weil’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine fellowship class of 2017. She has a background in both integrative medicine research and integrative primary care for people of all ages since starting her career in 2011. She views the mind-body-spirit connection as integral to health and healing, and collaborates with her patients to empower the creation of balance in their lives.
Applying allopathic science and combining recently discovered knowledge, the integrative approach puts the patient at the center of care, addressing the full range of factors affecting an individuals ability to experience perfect health and vitality. Utilizing both conventional and complimentary treatments, evaluation, and diagnostics, patient care is individualized to address the source of the concern, implementing the appropriate therapies. Her treatments draw from a blend of conventional and integrative modalities with accumulative knowledge ranging from conventional practices, evidence-based therapies, holistic medicine, nutrition, and mind-body modalities for the optimal health and wellness of her patients.
Over her own personal journey she has studied multiple forms of yoga, meditation techniques, energy medicine, Ayurveda and enjoys exploring methods of stress reduction with her patients.
In her free time she enjoys traveling all over the world, working out, practicing yoga, being in nature as much as possible, playing with her dogs and spending time with family and friends.