Dr. Kulveen Virdee’s patients benefit from her unique therapeutic approach, which emphasizes thorough medical evaluation and diagnostic testing alongside compassionate care that is geared towards educating and empowering her patients to heal themselves naturally. Dr. Virdee’s promise to her patients is that she will dedicate as much time as is necessary to fully comprehend and research each case ensuring that all of her patients are provided with the most effective treatments available. Because of this approach, many of her patients have described her as the missing link in their medical team.
Her general medicine residency provided her with the valuable clinical experience of working under leading experts in pediatric mood disorders, gastrointestinal diseases and reproductive disorders for both men and women. She enjoys her professorship at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine, teaching clinical nutrition and medical immunology. She has had her work published in a number of medical journals and newspapers including but not limited to the Arizona Republic, Global Advances in Health and Medicine Journal, and the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine. She also hosts her own public radio show that provides our local community the latest information on natural health and wellness. You can listen in on the fourth Saturday of every month from 9-10 AM on WPKN 89.5.
Dr. Virdee graduated high honors with a doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine at Southwest College of NaturopathicMedicine (SCNM), where she also completed her accredited residency. She received her bachelors of arts at St. Mary’s College of Maryland where she studied biology with a focus on epigenetics. While at St. Mary’s College, she was awarded for research she did in the field of developmental biology. Dr. Virdee is also a member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, which allows her to stay up to date on naturopathic medical care for children and teens. When she’s not working with her patients, you can find her hiking with her Greyhound, Olive and reading research, of course!