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About Me

michelle mudge rileyDr. Mudge-Riley began her career with a traditional education, getting accepted with a scholarship to study pre-med and chemistry at Trinity University in San Antonio. She was also chosen out of 900 students to be a trauma surgery intern at UTSA. She went on to fulfill a traditional medical education at Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical School. Her first few years of work were within Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, VA, followed by serving as Director of Corporate Wellness for a brokerage firm, then working full time at Baylor Scott & White in Dallas.

logoDuring this time she suffered from uncontrollable adult onset acne that scarred her face. Bloating, fatigue, brain fog made her sluggish. She was plagued with running injuries. After discovering she had a gluten sensitivity and seeing many other people suffering from food sensitivities, she realized that food sensitivities were often ignored or misdiagnosed. And that changed her life.

Functional and Integrative Medicine was just beginning to be recognized as a medical specialty. Dr Mudge-Riley saw the need for nutrition to be integrated into traditional medicine and so completed training as a dietitian to enhance the knowledge that she already had obtained through her medical training and Masters degree. She then went on to become a certified LEAP therapist. Today, Dr. Mudge-Riley has worked with hundreds of doctors and patients to help them get results and to restore their health and wellbeing. She has extensive experience working with individuals who have gluten intolerance and other food sensitivities resulting in difficult symptoms and chronic conditions. Her approach is unique and personal to each person and their situation. Combining nutrition, laboratory analysis and good listening skills, she helps enhance the body’s inherent capacity to heal itself.

Dr. Mudge-Riley has training in osteopathic medicine, dietetics, immunology, health coaching, adverse food reactions, and practical application of dietary treatment for food-sensitive patients, including LEAP therapy.

Dr. Mudge-Riley has conducted seminars and spoken on topics related to change management, career transition, motivation, physician burnout mitigation, wellness, and health education with Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), American Association of Physician Leadership (AAPL) and at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). She has also been published in a variety of books and journals including Physicians Practice Magazine, ConsultantLive, The Physician Executive Journal, The Connection and The D.O. Read some of her publications here.

Dr. Mudge-Riley is an avid runner and biker. She ran several 3-hour marathons in Virginia, placing in the top awards categories and currently concentrates on half-marathons in Texas.

Over the past 13 years, she's seen numerous lives changed through the work she and her colleagues do on a daily basis. It's her hope that YOU will be her next client!

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