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Meet the Team at Huey Holistic

Dr. Rebecca and Wade HueyAt Huey Holistic in Portland and Eugene, Dr. Wade Huey and Rebecca Crowley-Huey, P.A. are dedicated to treating every person as an individual with unique symptoms, experiences, and medical histories. These factors shape each person’s unique physiology and health needs, ultimately determining the best treatment plan. Wade Huey, M.D. and Rebecca Crowley-Huey, P.A. are members of the BodyLogicMD network, the nation’s largest affiliation of highly trained bioidentical hormone and functional medicine experts. Both Dr. Huey and Rebecca have extensive training in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, and preventive and functional medicine.

At Huey Holistic, you can find relief from many of the symptoms of aging, including menopause, premenopause, PMS, low testosterone, weight gain, mood swings, sexual dysfunction, or insomnia through advanced therapies such as platelet rich plasma (PRP) and bioidentical replacement hormone therapy.

Get to Know Dr. Wade Huey

Wade Huey, M.D. is the Medical Director of Huey Holistic and an esteemed member of the BodyLogicMD network of physicians. Dr. Huey is dedicated to ensuring his patients achieve optimal health through advanced therapies in functional medicine, such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, platelet-rich plasma therapy, and targeted diet and supplement regimens. Read more about Dr. Wade Huey, M.D.

Get to Know Rebecca Huey, PA-C

Rebecca 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. Read more about Rebecca Huey, PA-C

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  • By BodyLogicMD Admin More than 20,000 emergency room visits a year have been linked to dietary supplements according to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine. The study is groundbreaking documentation of the severity of injuries and hospitalizations associated with dietary supplements each year. Though the crackdown on advertising and manufacturing … ContinuedRead More
  • Large study finds achieving adequate testosterone levels through testosterone therapy significantly reduces risk of heart attack and stroke. The debate over the safety of testosterone therapy may fizzle with recent findings. Late in September 2015, the results of a Veteran Affairs database study made headlines, finding that men with low testosterone—also dubbed “low T”—whose levels … ContinuedRead More
  • Survey finds only 12 percent of women seek any form of treatment for relief of menopausal symptoms. However, there are now more safe options for relief than ever before—so why aren’t women seeking treatment for menopause? Some women are afraid. Some women believe they can “just live with it.” Some women worry about the expense. … ContinuedRead More

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May 16, 2019

Causes of Depression

Although many people experience different types of mental illness, one of the most serious mental health disorders is depression, which affects nearly one in ten US adults, with the rate […]

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