True Health Medical Center has been providing integrative and biomedical treatments that enhance traditional medical care since 2003.
Welcome to True Health Medical Center. I want to take a moment to thank you for considering True Health Medical Center for your health and well being. The journey that has led me here is a very personal one.
After completing my degree at Indiana University Medical School, I began my residency in Family Practice at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. During residency, I had my first daughter, who had severe food allergies and asthma. My second daughter, who was born shortly after, was diagnosed with juvenile onset diabetes. My third daughter had chemical sensitivities to environmental substances like cleaning agents, perfumes, pesticides, and synthetic clothing. Even with my extensive education and training, I felt ill equipped to handle their medical issues. I began questioning my role as a physician and healer. I wanted to shift my attention from treating the symptoms of their disorders to treating the underlying cause of their disorders. I found traditional medicine unable to provide me with the answers I was looking for. I wanted to know more about why my children, and so many other children and adults in epidemic proportions, are suffering from chronic degenerative autoimmune disorders, such as asthma, allergies, arthritis, diabetes, OCD, mood disorders, attention-deficit disorder, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.
The mission in opening True Health Medical Center came from my journey to help my own children with these chronic disorders to lead productive and healthy lives. This simple dream has been shattered for so many families. My goal as a physician is to use evidence-based research and functional medicine to provide possible solutions and to help rebuild hope for suffering families. Being the senior medical attending physician at the Pfeiffer Treatment Center for five years paved the way for my interest and passion in treating children, specifically in the autism spectrum which I believe includes ADD/ADHD. Over the past 20 years, I have learned that true health can be achieved by transforming the mind, body and spirit back to its natural state. By focusing on detoxification, immune, gastrointestinal, endocrine, mitochondrial, and methylation issues we are able to address the underlying causes of disease and dysfunction. Then with the aid of nutraceuticals (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes, natural hormones, etc.), herbals, probiotics, homeopathics, energy medicine, and pharmaceuticals, the patient and family can begin their metamorphosis. All of us at True Health Medical Center are dedicated to addressing the healing process from the inside out.
My staff and I are actively involved in numerous organizations such as Autism Society of Illinois, National Autism Association (NAA), Autism ONE, and The Autism Community in Action (TACA), which advocates for patients and families affected by autism. As clinicians, our goal is to help every family that enters our office. We strive to stay up-to-date with the latest research, seminars, conferences, and evidence based medicine so that we may provide you with the biomedical interventions that make the most sense for each individual.
Our goal of transforming the mind, body and spirit takes creativity, motivation and determination, but its rewards are immense.
The journey to True Healing and True Health begins here.
Anju Usman Singh, M.D., FAAFP, ABIHM, FMAPS
Dedicated to the memory of Priya Agrawal.
My guide, teacher, daughter, and inspiration.
Our Medical Staff
Anju Usman Singh, MD, FAAFP, ABIHM, Hom-C - Medical Director
Dr. Anju Singh is director of True Health Medical Center in Naperville, Illinois and owner of Pure Compounding Pharmacy. She has been using evidence based integrative medical interventions to help children diagnosed with ADD, Autism, Allergies, Gastrointestinal issues and related disorders for over 17 years. She has conducted research involving copper/zinc imbalances, metallothionein dysfunction, biofilm related infections, vitamin D in pregnancy, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. She serves on the executive board for TACA and is on the faculty for MAPs (Medical Academy for Pediatric Special Needs).
Dr. Usman Singh received her medical degree from Indiana University. She completed a residency in Family Practice at Cook County Hospital, in Chicago, Illinois and is board certified in Family Practice. In addition she is board certified in Integrative and Holistic Medicine, and holds a certificate in Homeopathy.
Julie Logan, D.C.
Dr. Julie Logan specializes in helping children with the symptoms of Autism, ADD/HD, PANDAS/PANS, food sensitivities, methylation defects, GI issues, and environmental illnesses. She is fully MAPS certified (Medical Academy of Pediatrics Special needs) and has been working alongside Dr. Usman for the last 4 years.
Before earning her medical degree, Dr. Julie Logan was introduced to the world of medicine as a patient. After being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroiditis, she began treatment with a chiropractic physician and soon recovered from the disorder. But as a concerned mother, Dr. Logan was pushed further into the medical world. Educators began telling her that her older son showed signs of ADHD and her younger son developed Autism. Like so many other parents, Dr. Logan was plunged into the struggle to rescue her sons. She watched their amazing paths of recovery through chiropractic care and nutritional therapies, and soon she had discovered an incredible truth; the human body has the power to heal itself when given the right care.
Prior to joining True Health Medical Center, Dr. Logan worked in the field of Environmental medicine, addressing biotoxin mediated illnesses such as mold exposure and sick building syndrome. Her chiropractic background gives her insight into correcting the dysregulation of the central nervous system, known as dysautonomia.
She obtained her undergraduate degree at Wheaton College and completed her physician’s degree National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, graduating as Valedictorian of her class. She currently also works in private chiropractic practice in Warrenville to further serve the health needs of her patients.
“From athletes to children with ASD and adults with chronic illness or pain, I have seen the body heal from all kinds of conditions – some of which were supposedly incurable,” Dr. Logan states. “It is my passion and privilege to help patients achieve their fullest potential… and the first step is to believe it is possible.”
Dr. Logan owes much of her tenacity to her career in elite athletics. Since the age of twelve, she has been a serious athlete, competing in track, cycling, and triathlon. Her careers have included racing for Trek Bicycle as a triathlete and coaching track at Wheaton College. Today, she continues to race in triathlon, duathlon, and road racing. She lives in Wheaton with her husband and two teenage sons, who are also runners. Her other hobbies include gardening and painting.