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Dr. L. Partha has been utilizing her diverse training in private practice for over 20 years. When her son was diagnosed with Autism, she expanded her skills in order to help her child, other children and adults.


Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois.

Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, Midwest College of Oriental Medicine.

Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Midwest College of Oriental Medicine.

D.Hom/PhD, Hahnemann Homeopathic Medical College.

Graduated Magna Cum Laude

Member of Phi Beta Kappa


CEASE Therapy

D.A.N (Defeat Autism Now) Protocols

NAET (Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques)


Bio Vector Balance

Applied Behavior Analysis: Teaching Children with Autism

Neurofeedback, EEG Institute

Auditory Integration Training, DAA

Dr. Tan's Acupuncture Methods

Saam Korean Acupuncture

Japanese Acupuncture

YNSA Scalp Acupuncture

Tera-Mai Reiki, Usui Reiki, Karuna Reiki


American Association Of Acupuncture

Illinois Association of Oriental Medicine

Illinois Homeopathic Medical Association

Renaissance Institute of Classical Homeopathy

American Association of Healthcare Professionals

When I let go of what I am,
I become what I might be.
- Lao Tzu
Dr. L. Partha
International Holistic Consultant
Healer, Author, Speaker Extraordinaire
Natural, Safe, Effective & Drug-Free
Alternatives For Any Condition
3510 Hobson Rd.
Suite 303
Woodridge, IL 60517
Dr. Partha's Credentials
Dr. Partha - My Story

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
William Shakespeare

Not infrequently, and usually after the first few treatments, patients ask me about this or that healing method as well as stories about me. Without going into details, I shall outline here certain key events which led to my present level. I'm in the process of writing a book about some of the extraordinary events and miracles ( I will share one below) as well as my growth personally and professionally. And then, there is the fact that things that seem commonplace when they happen are realized to be miracles or major turning points in retrospection.

I was always interested in healing. So,naturally, I was set to become a doctor out of high school, and even won a scholarship to Northwestern university, with the promise of guaranteed admission into their medical program two years later. One month before the start of school, due to personal problems, I fled to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, abandoning my Northwestern plans.

At Urbana, I became quite ill within a short time. I was severely anemic (there were far less vegetarian choices in those days) and gained 15 lbs. in the first year. I was always nauseous and exhausted. Lack of proper food and working 30 to 40 hours (I put myself through school until I got married later), along with a full academic schedule, made me sick and running from doctor to doctor. No one was able to help me significantly. I was given numerous drugs for this and that, and they all left me foggy and unable to perform at my usual high speed. I became dizzy often and could not concentrate on my studies or work. Somehow, I carried on and finished my biology degree. After my experiences with the medical doctors for the previous two years, I became disenchanted with the profession, and decided not to pursue it.

My health recovered when I took matters into my own hands by improving my diet, doing yoga and learning meditation. I was a frequent customer at Strawberry Fields and learned to savor the natural methods of eating and living.

At the age of 19 (thanks to the AP credits from high school), I had my first college degree and no clue what to do next. As mathematics signifies the laws of precision and perfection of life to me, I decided that I'd study engineering. I thoroughly enjoyed the study of engineering and, am grateful for the mental development it provided. Mathematics and engineering use a different part of the brain, parts that are not normally used by most people. I also feel that they foster and promote the development of logical and rational thinking.

After working in the engineering field for about 12 years, I decided to go back to medical school because I was always doing healing work with everyone I came in contact with, and had already finished my doctorate in homeopathy and started my private practice. It was at that time that my youngest son was diagnosed with autism, so my medical school plan got scratched again. My teacher, Dr. Ming, under whom I had already been learning and practicing acupuncture as an apprentice for the previous 9 years, suggested that I go to acupuncture school and get my own license. I followed her advice and finished the course at an accelerated pace.

My interest in expanding my knowledge and to be the best I can be led me to many healing fields and many masters all over the world. I became certified in so many things that I lost count. I learned myriad methods of healing, and some of them required suspension of logic and a tremendous leap of faith. But, the results were always worth it. I have grown as a person and as a healer in ways that I cannot fathom at this time, but I'm grateful for my good fortune.

I will now share two experiences along my journey.

One of my biggest impediments along the path of becoming a healer was letting go of my previous knowledge regarding any subject. I ran into this problem again and again, and still do occasionally. One example is my practice of NAET. When I first learned this method of allergy testing and treating, I found it ludicrous. The whole concept of kinesiology or muscle testing seemed ridiculous to me. There are too many variables, I argued, and it is not possible to get an accurate and scientific assessment if a person is truly sensitive or allergic based on the push of an arm. As it happens, I still believe that to be true. However, I no longer need to know it all to know how it works, as long it just works. And, I've seen it work too many times, though not always, to question its efficacy. There are many principles and laws in the universe, and just because I may not know how a method works, it does not negate the effectiveness of that method.

This following story has some fantastic and incredulous elements, most of which I cannot write here, but I will share the essence of it. Many years ago, I met and became close to an adept spiritual master, who was of immense help to me and my husband in our early spiritual education. One day, while I was walking in a wooded lot of the spiritual retreat center where I met him, he appeared quite suddenly in front of me. I could see that he was in an exalted state and bowed slightly to him. He put his hand on my shoulder and said that God told him to give me a gift and produced, with a wave of his hand, out of thin air, a deck of well used tarot cards, wrapped in a paisley scarf. He told me that he had used them for the previous 25 years to help people, but no longer needs them and now, it is my turn to use them until I'm ready to pass them on. I thanked him and told him that I wasn't interested because that is all nonsense. I am an engineer and a scientist, I told him, and this is all hogwash. He insisted and initiated me into the world of tarot. I was so embarrassed about it that I never told anyone for several years. I have since come to honor the tarot and now, I even sometimes use it during my counseling sessions. Again, the lesson I learned from this is that just because something is outside my comfort zone, it is not necessarily false. Rather, when I broaden my truth to accept all possibilities, I'm enriched by the beauty of each of them.

The biggest miracle of my own life so far is that I was able to have children after 12 years of infertility. Besides spiritual practices, acupuncture and homeopathy were instrumental in that process, and that is why I concentrate heavily on these modalities, as they are helpful for all conditions and treat the whole person, correcting any presenting imbalances. My next big miracle will be the complete cure of my son's autism. He has already come a long way, and I'm praying for further unfoldment of this miracle.