Oracle naturopath opens clinic in Catalina

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Dr. Michael Miles stands next to the hyperbaric chamber at his clinic.
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Dr. Michael Miles’ Clinic is located at 15601 N. Oracle Rd. in Catalina behind Golf Cars of Arizona. John Hernandez | Miner

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Dr. Michael Miles has opened his Catalina Clinic located at 15601 N. Oracle Rd. in Catalina. It is located behind Golf Cars of Arizona. Dr. Miles is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor. He received Bachelors degrees in psychology and pre-med before completing his education in medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, Wash. Bastyr is a globally respected institution of natural health arts and science. Dr. Miles offers a holistic, integrative approach to treating all ailments. His practice focuses on treating chronic and degenerative diseases, digestive disorders and hormonal imbalances, as well as allergies and infections of all types. The Catalina Clinic is dedicated to promoting optimal health through diet and life style coaching.

Chelation therapy which is used in the treatment of cardiovascular disease is a special interest of Dr. Miles and he is very active in cancer research. Drugs are considered “alternative medicine” at his clinic. He prefers in allowing the body to heal itself using non-toxic treatment methods such as botanical medicine, clinical nutrition and homeopathy, but when appropriate will offer pharmaceutical remedies. His services include hyperbaric oxygen therapy, chelation therapy, herbal medicine, heart health, hormone balance and IV nutrition. Dr. Miles is compassionate and sincere in his approach in treating his patients. He will be a strong advocate for your health.

Dr. Miles lives in Oracle. He grew up in California and lived for a while in Colorado. He enjoys outdoor activities including cycling. He is a pilot and keeps his tail dragger plane at the San Manuel Airport. He likes to sail and has taken his boat to Rocky Point and San Carlos, Mexico. He is a contributor to theOracle Towne Criernewspaper, writing articles on health issues.

The Catalina Clinic is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Miles will be hosting an Open House on Saturday, July 12 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Come and meet Dr. Miles and his associates. You can learn more about the Catalina Clinic and Dr. Miles by visiting the website: www.catalinaclinic.com. To contact Dr. Miles or make an appointment at the clinic call 520-825-8100.

John Hernandez (421 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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