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104: How To Combine Western and Eastern Medicine Modalities for Faster Healing with Madison Hooper
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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104: How To Combine Western and Eastern Medicine Modalities for Faster Healing with Madison Hooper

Do you ever feel torn between eastern and western medicine modalities? 

You don’t have to choose just one! You can actually utilize both in your life to help you get better faster, and there are practitioners who can help you have the best of both worlds. In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Madison Hooper who does just that. 

Madison Hooper is a Family Nurse Practitioner who received her MSN degree in May 2022 from Georgetown University. She is the Medical Director of Restoration Hydration, an IV therapy clinic that is owned and run by her mother, Wendy. 

She currently works with Dr. Erin Kinney to provide patients with medication therapy and holistic healthcare. She strongly believes that a blend of Eastern and Western modalities is what fully meets her patient’s individualized needs! 

It’s all about the balance between these two types of medicine. Finding a team of different types of providers who can work together for your specific needs can be very beneficial to your health journey.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • How Madison got started in the health field
  • The conditions IV therapy can help with 
  • Why there’s no shame in taking western medicine 
  • How treating the root cause is the most important part 
  • Issues people have in primary care
  • Why it’s about the journey, not the destination
  • The importance of having a collaborative team


A holistic healthcare perspective is all about patience, it’s about being open-minded, and taking it step-by-step. Don’t be afraid to embrace both types of medicine. It’s all about getting to the root of the issue and treating it. Sometimes bridging western and eastern medicine is the best way to do that. 

If you enjoyed hearing this conversation with Madison and want to know more about IV therapy, make sure to check out her website here! 


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