Elizabeth Tringali, PA-C is a board certified Physician Assistant and an American Academy of Anti-aging medicine diplomat. Since beginning her career in 1999 in internal medicine, she has made a name for herself by helping patients achieve their wellness and longevity goals by blending complimentary and traditional medicine.
She earned her BS in Nutrition Science from University of Florida in 1995. She worked as a nutritionist and conducted research for the Women's Health Initiative on folic acid to prevent birth defects in infants. After working in nutrition for several years, she returned to UF and earned her Master's Degree in Physician Assistant studies from the College of Medicine in 1999. She practiced Internal Medicine in an integrative medical practice and co-hosted a medical radio show for 3 years. Her nutrition background allows her to blend natural therapies such as medical grade nutraceuticals and diet changes with allopathic medicine.
Elizabeth was the first PA allowed to join MDVIP because of her background in holistic medicine and anti-aging. After several years she joined a large family practice and assisted in developing a Wellness Center. During this time she completed a Fellowship from the American Academy of Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine. Elizabeth has created individualized detoxification programs for environmental toxins, heavy metals, bowel dysbiosis, food sensitivities, and weight loss. She continues helping patients at Sanctuary Medical Center, a 15,000 square foot rejuvenation center headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. Her practice focuses on treating conditions such as sub-clinical thyroid disease, autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue, IBS, acne, cardiac disease and helping patients overcome menopause and andropause with the use of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. She also performs state-of-the-art metabolic and vitamin testing.