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About Barbara Schibly, M.D.
Dr. Barbara Schibly practices integrative and functional medicine alongside fellow BodyLogicMD affiliated physician Dr. Gregory Pippert at BodyLogicMD of Maple Grove. Dr. Schibly dedicates her practice to helping women and men overcome hormonal imbalances such as menopause, andropause (the male menopause), adrenal fatigue and thyroid disorders, using a three-pronged approach to wellness, which includes customized nutrition and fitness regimens in conjunction with bioidentical hormones replacement therapy. Dr. Schibly believes that a combination of proper diet, regular exercise and balanced hormones can make all the difference for our overall health.
Dr. Schibly made the decision to transition into integrative medicine because she wanted the opportunity to spend more time with her patients, in order to address their health and wellness needs from a preventative standpoint. As an expert in bioidentical hormone therapy, Dr. Schibly specializes in treating the underlying causes of symptoms oftentimes associated with getting older, such as hot flashes, night sweats, low libido, weight gain, fatigue, mood swings and irritability.
Barbara Schibly, M.D. graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Ph.D. in Cell Biology and Biochemistry in 1978. She later received her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1981. After an internship at SW Michigan Center for the Health Sciences, Dr. Schibly completed her Residency in Preventive Medicine at the Uniformed Services University in Maryland. Dr. Schibly is Board Certified in Preventive Medicine and served as a Diving Medical Officer for the United States Navy.
Board Certifications, Associations and Training:
- Member of BodyLogicMD a national network of highly trained physicians specializing in Natural Bioidentical Hormone Therapy.
- Member of the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine
- Extensive training in anti-aging provided by the fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
- Board Certified in Preventive Medicine