Dr. Myers is the Founder and Medical Director of Austin UltraHealth, a functional medicine clinic in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Myers is a medical doctor with extensive training in Functional Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Nutrition. She has spent time training under the country’s leading Functional Medicine and Integrative Medicine physicians Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Andrew Weil.
Dr. Myers completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland / Shock Trauma.
Prior to opening Austin Ultrahealth, she worked as an ER physician at University Medical Center at Brackenridge and Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin. Additionally she was a Clinical Assistant Professor at UTMB and served on the Seton Williamson GoodHealthCommons Advisory board.
Dr. Myers has had a life-long passion for natural health and nutrition. Graduating Cum Laude from the Honors College at the University of South Carolina, she spent 2 1/2 years serving as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, South America. There she taught organic farming, nutrition and cooking classes, and cultivated and exported Stevia to the USA and Japan.
Prior to medical school, she researched Noni Juice and its anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties and currently holds a US patent for that research.
While in medical school at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in New Orleans, Dr. Myers served as President of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Interest group and was instrumental in getting CAM training into the LSU Medical School curriculum. Dr. Myers completed all of her electives with Functional and Integrative Medicine physicians including Dr. Andrew Weil, at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Myers has also completed several hundreds of hours of training by the Institute of Functional Medicine and is currently amongst the first group of physicians to be certified in Functional Medicine in 2013.
Dr. Myers is a contributing writer for Mind Body Green.
Dr. Myers applies all of the principles of Functional Medicine to her own life. In that way, she is not simply a physician but rather a role model and mentor for her patients.