Erica Campbell is a Licensed Naturopathic Doctor.
Her philosophy of care lies in the Hippocratic saying, “Vis Mediatcatrix Naturae” which means nature is the healer of all disease. Dr. Campbell is a Native Texan. She earned a bachelors degree from the University of St. Thomas and then obtained a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Tempe, Arizona. Because of her own struggles with health and her quest for knowledge, Dr. Campbell has thoroughly researched chemicals and the effects they can have on the human body. She is an expert in environmental medicine and clinical nutrition, and she strives to educate the public about healthy living habits. Dr. Campbell has over 16 years experience in the Health Care Services industry, which has given her a multi-dimensional perspective of HEALTH vs. DIS-EASE. In her practice she uses a variety of healing modalities, including homeopathy, nutrition, botanical medicine, depuration, and lifestyle counseling.
Dr. Leonidas Miranda
Dr. Leonidas Miranda is a new addition to the Houston Northwest Medical Center. He finished Medical School at the University of Guayaquil in Ecuador where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Fluent in Spanish, Dr. Miranda did his internship at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York and completed his General Surgery specialty training at Fairview Hospital, a division of the Cleveland Clinic Health System in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Miranda was the co-founder of the Department of Surgery at Texas Tech University Health Science Center Odessa campus where he maintained a very busy surgical practice for 5 years. Dr. Miranda has special interest in diseases of the breast as well as state of the art minimally invasive, laparoscopy, and general surgery procedures.
Dr. Miranda is a general surgeon with special training in breast cancer surgery. He also performs a wide variety of general surgery and laparoscopy procedures as well as colonoscopies. The office is equipped with state of the art equipment for the office procedures performed under local anesthesia, including breast and skin biopsies, ultrasound guided biopsies, removal of subcutaneous masses, anoscopy, management of wounds, and a wide variety of other procedures. Dr. Miranda is a staff surgeon with privileges at Houston Northwest Medical Center where he maintains a comprehensive surgical practice.
Angela “Angie”Pocchia, RN
Angie became a registered nurse in 2005 when she discovered that nursing was her true calling. After a chance meeting with Angel Redou-Breaker, Angie began her nursing career on a telemetry unit. Since becoming a nurse, Angie gained experience in Maternal-Child Health, OR Recovery and Perioperative Services. She received her ADN from San Jacinto College and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in nursing leadership.
Angie felt prompted to take her nursing care abroad and has traveled to Kenya, Honduras, Mexico and Guatemala as a volunteer medical missionary. In 2015 she completed training to become a commissioned Community of Hope Lay Chaplain and provides pastoral care to patients, families, and coworkers. Angie also serves as the resident chaplain for PNLT. In 2016 she was honored with a prestigious Humanitarian Award for her outreach services. Angie is mother to four adult children and “Nonnie” to three precious grandchildren. Her hobbies include scrapbooking, art, and bible art journaling.
Knowledge is Power
Adopt a whole body treatment attitude with respect to your health. Contact Sakura Natural Health and Dr. Campbell.
Eat healthy, balanced meals that fuel your body all while avoiding toxic allergens and addressing nutritional deficiencies.
Stay active by finding an activity that is fun and has the additional benefit of raising your heart rate.