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About Us

Izabela A. Musial M.D., FAAFP

I am a graduate of the oldest European university: Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum in Cracow, Poland. I pursued my residency training at the Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago, specializing in Family medicine. I was then certified by the American Board of Family Physicians in 2002. 

The next chapter of my life began in Phoenix where I extended my studies for the next two years. I’ve completed two fellowship programs: first – Advanced hospital training for family Physicians and the second - Faculty Development. I’ve worked in Maricopa County Hospital, Phoenix Baptist Hospital and had been involved with the residency program. The preparations of those two years led me to take a position as an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson. After time as a hospitalist I came back to Phoenix and  started a solo practice in the valley of the sun.

I believe in an holistic approach to each individual person, including life style and spiritual connection to the Creator. I strongly encourage a team work approach  in your journey to healthy wellbeing.

Our Philosophy

Combining natural remedies and modalities with all treatments promotes a smoother healing process and brings harmony to our bodies.

The entire office is dedicated to making sure you get the care you deserve. If you have any questions, concerns, or complaints we encourage you to contact us.

Your Care & Comfort

From the moment you step into our office, you will notice the caring attitude of our dedicated, professional staff members. They are trained to make sure your visit is an experience that accomplishes the goals you have in mind and that it is as pleasant as possible.

Family Doctors understands the importance for your primary care physician to be involved in your entire well being. Our back to basic medicine approach is driven by our decision for complete separation of outside marketing influences. Our motto is PREVENTION of major diseases that haunt our society. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."