About Dr. Drew Sinatra
Dr. Drew Sinatra, Dr. Stephen Sinatra’s son, is a naturopathic doctor who shares his father’s passion for integrating the best of functional, biological, and conventional medicines. But his journey didn’t start out that way.
After earning his bachelor of arts degree in neuroscience at Franklin & Marshall College, Dr. Drew Sinatra had set his sights on attending conventional medical school. Yet after learning about naturopathic medicine from his father, Dr. Stephen Sinatra, he changed paths—intrigued by the fact that disease could be cured using natural medicine.
Dr. Drew Sinatra continued his education with a master’s degree in acupuncture, and a doctorate degree in naturopathic medicine. He practiced integrative medicine for six years in Vancouver, British Columbia, and currently in Mill Valley, California. His practice focuses on treating lyme and multiple systemic infectious disease syndrome (MSIDS), as well as all aspects of general medicine.
Instead of only prescribing drug therapies and surgery, I witnessed my father treating very sick patients using botanical medicine and supplements like CoQ10 and magnesium, and I knew that this was the type of medicine that I wanted to practice.
–Dr. Drew Sinatra
Like his father, Dr. Drew Sinatra is incredibly passionate that we need to make a paradigm shift in medicine from “disease care” to true “health care.” He practices integrative medicine—combining the best of naturopathic medicine with conventional medications when necessary. His areas of expertise include treating Lyme disease, cardiovascular disease, fatigue, digestive disorders, sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, and electrohypersensitivity.
Dr. Drew Sinatra is excited to share his health advice and knowledge with readers here on drsinatra.com. Plus, he and his father are collaborating to develop nutritional supplement formulas that address the intersection of heart health and overall health and wellness.
He has also written several articles as a contributing editor for the Heart MD Institute and recently had a chapter published in Nutritional and Integrative Strategies in Cardiovascular Medicine, a textbook for medical professionals and the public. Additionally, he conducted and authored the study, The effects of Coenzyme Q10 on locomotor and behavioral activity in young and aged C57BL/6 mice. Biofactors. 2003;18(1-4):283-7. PMID: 14695945