My goal is to educate adults and children regarding health maintenance and growth of their entire self and to engage in clinical and epidemiological research on the effects of spiritual training, growth, and practice on the overall health of individuals and communities. I seek to implement this education and research process through program development, student and resident training, outpatient care, mass media and community outreach.
Jonathan Murphy, MD, MD(H) graduated from West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine in 1985 after having attended the US Naval Academy and having graduated from WVU with a Bachelor?s degree in chemistry.
In 1989, he completed his residencies in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Charleston Area Medical Center, an affiliate of WVU. In 1996, Dr. Murphy passed the Internal Medicine board examination and a year later he passed the Pediatric board examination. Dr Murphy has extensive and varied experience in Emergency Room, Critical Care, Pediatric and Gynecological medicine. After intense independent study and completing the required course work, Dr Murphy passed the board examination for American Holistic Medicine in 2000.
His early experiences with allopathic oncology lead him to search for more effective and safer methods for treating and for healing cancer patients. Since then he has concentrated his attention on integrative medicine and integrative oncology. Dr Murphy has reviewed much of the research of German cancer centers and is very knowledgeable regarding their approach to cancer.
In 2011, Dr. Murphy relocated to Arizona in order to pursue an integrative oncology practice.
Golden Apple Award as Outstanding Instructor for PA students 1996
WVU Deans Award for Outstanding Pediatric Resident 1989
Debi graduated from Mountain State University, where she earned her Physician Assistant degree in 1996. She recently moved to Arizona with her physician husband Jonathan.
In her life before PA school Debi was a certified Cytopathology Technologist who reviewed thousands of biopsy specimens and PAP smears.
Debi is registered as a Physician Assistant by the Arizona Medical Board and is board certified by the NCCPA (National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants) in Family Practice since 1996. She is particularly interested in women?s healthcare, as well as in asthma and allergy management. She has studied Bio-Identical Hormone replacement at several national educational seminars. She attended the 2003 American College for the Advancement of Medicine's Metal Toxicology and Chelation courses.
She and her husband Jon live in Gilbert and have two poodles, Lady and Kadie.
Patty was born in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Arizona as a child with her family. She runs the day to day operations of the front office, and has many years of experience working with individuals; with her diverse set of skills and expertise she makes sure that each patient receives the best care possible.
Patty lives in Scottsdale with her husband and two cats. She loves movies, music and fishing.
Jeni moved to Arizona in 1995 when her husband was offered a job at a software company. She worked at a childcare facility for 15 years where she progressed her way up to director. In 2011 she joined her husband in opening a sign business. After working with him for several years, she joined the team of AZ Good Health Center in 2016, as a front office staff member.
Jeni has been married for twenty-two years and has two children currently in high school.
Jeni and her family live on a one-acre home in Gilbert with two horses, three dogs, four chickens and a bunny.
John has worked in the healthcare industry since 1989. He has worked in hospital rehab facilities and sports medicine clinics as a licensed physical therapist assistant. John is also a licensed massage therapist specializing in myofascial release.
John began a quest 35 years ago to learn the secrets of healing. His travels have taken him around the world to study indigenous plants, massage techniques, and sacred teachings. His fields of interest are quantum physics, vibrational medicine, spiritual tolerance, and love without conditions.
Noemi is from San Diego, California. She moved to Phoenix in 2019. Noemi is a mother to three beautiful children.
Noemi has been a medical assistant for 8 years. She is very passionate about her work and patients.
In her free time she enjoys movies, hiking, dancing and reading.
Dayna started the Oxygen Sauna business in 1997 so she could help others receive the benefits of detoxing and get much-needed oxygen at the cellular level. Over the years she has seen again and again how it has assisted hundreds of people with their health issues. In the early 90â€™s she met a French doctor visiting the US who taught her the importance of sweating to detoxify deeply, as well as utilizing oxygen and ozone for healing. She then traveled to Canada to study with Dr. Frank Shallenberger, a pioneer in ozone therapies.
The use of a sauna should be an important part of any detoxification program. The sauna increases the elimination, detoxifying, and cleansing capacity of the skin by stimulating sweat glands, and also promotes healthy skin tone and texture due to increased blood circulation. Using the steam sauna with ozone allows the steam to surround the body so that ozone can be more readily introduced through the skin. Humid heat opens the pores, which allows the ozone through the skin to the bloodstream, where it can travel to the fat and lymph tissue. Ozone brings oxygen to the tissues for enhanced health and vitality. It is very important to cleanse the lymph tissue of toxins and the ozone/steam sauna is the easiest and best way to accomplish this.
Dr. Jayson E Czaplicki has been in practice as a physician for 25+ years focusing on Mind Body Medicine. He is a Chiropractic Physician with a background in psychology from the University of Southern California.
Utilizing conventional and new age healing tools, Dr. Jayson works with each patient on an individual basis depending on their health, and associated needs. A variety of techniques can be utilized depending on the patientâ€™s circumstances, with the intent always being for the patient's highest good.
Dr. Jayson is very passionate about helping his patients and working towards a beneficial outcome. His greatest reward is seeing a patient work through old emotions, and programs, and then moving into a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Mind Body Medicine, including emotional releasing, and thought program releasing is not limited by time, distance, or space. Dr. Jayson has worked with patients from all over the world utilizing talking on the phone, and video conferencing.
Cheryl Rose is a Licensed Massage Therapist with certification in oncology/medical massage.
Having traveled the cancer journey with her husband, Kevin, Cheryl found her passion in supporting others in their health journey.
Cheryl spent most of her life in Colorado, raising five children and enjoying nine grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Having come to Arizona for Kevin's treatment, they unexpectedly fell in love with Phoenix and made it their permanent home.