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About Rebecca Huey, PA-C

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RebeccaHueyRebecca Crowley-Huey, PA-C always wanted to work in the medical field. Her goal to help people achieve and maintain health led her to be, as she says, “ultrasensitive to the fact that everyone is different.” This created a desire to ensure that every patient she treats receives individualized medical care since there is “no one size fits all” treatment in medicine.

Rebecca joined the highly trained members of the BodyLogicMD network in 2007 after becoming disheartened by the Women’s Health Initiative and struggling with the “pill for every ill” mentality plaguing the traditional healthcare model. In her primary care practice, she focused on seeking alternatives to prescription meds and costly surgeries to help her patients reach their goals in a way they fit their lifestyles. Joining BodyLogicMD gave her the opportunity to dedicate more time to each patient in this manner and deliver more effective and comprehensive treatments, even assisting patients with preventive treatment options.

Rebecca takes the time to listen to her every patient, reviewing their health concerns, symptoms, lab results, and medical history as part of the effort to partner with them to develop a treatment plan that ideally fits their needs and lifestyle. Her extensive training in functional medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) set her apart from healthcare practitioners.

Rebecca Crowley-Huey, PA-C, received her Bachelor of Science in Community Health from Texas A&M University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Texas Branch in Galveston, Texas. She received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from The University of Bridgeport. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

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