We Treat People. Not Diseases.
Modern medicine is all about masking the problem. Stomach hurts? There is medication for that. Unhappy? There is medication for that. And so on.
More than that, most doctors and medical care has become completely impersonal. Most people spend less than eight minutes with their doctor for their annual physical. Eight minutes.
At the Noble Center for Health & Healing, we know there is a better way.
One Goal: Restoring Your Optimal Health
At the Noble Center for Health & Healing we focus on identifying the underlying causes of a disease or symptoms. This holistic approach begins with individual patient-centered care with one goal: restoring your vibrant health and well-being. Dr. Noble draws on a range of scientific and medical disciplines to evaluate the roots of what is affecting your optimal health.
Once we identify the root of what the issue is, we create a personalized plan of care that puts you on the road to optimum heath. You will greet each day with more energy, less fat, more muscle, better hair, lower blood pressure, increased libido and more.
The unfortunate reality is that most Doctors are not able to give each patient the time and attention that they need. At Noble Center for Health and Healing, we give each patient the time and attention that they need. Further, Dr. Noble takes a consultative approach so each patient has the knowledge they need to live each day as healthy and happy as they can.
Dr. Noble’s Story
As a young girl, I always loved accompanying my father on his hospital rounds. He enjoyed a personal relationship with his patients and he truly cared for them. I knew even then that I would follow a path into medicine, like the five generations of my family before me. I had yet to discover that Integrative Holistic Medicine was to be my path and my passion and a crucial part of my own life.
Evidence of the Body’s Ability to Heal Itself was Unmistakable!
Soon enough my turn came to begin medical school. The more I studied and observed, the more I was convinced of the body’s ability to heal itself, given the right environment and medical guidance. During my residency, I learned to use natural strategies to help my patients and to be more thoughtful about prescribing conventional medications.
The rigors of a resident’s life of sleepless nights, overwhelming work schedule, protocols, reports and rounds dominated my every hour. However, I never lost the integral part of me, feeling my patient’s energy and praying for the answers to help my patients heal and continue their life’s journey.
After completing medical studies, I took a position with Nova Southeastern University as Assistant Professor of Medicine. I truly enjoyed teaching and the enthusiasm of the students. However, I became increasingly frustrated with the conventional medical focus treating discrete symptoms over the complexity of human systems as a whole.
Out of Difficulties Grow Miracles
That the universe often intervenes in inexplicable ways certainly describes my journey. I might have continued at the university, and my love of teaching, if a series of family and personal medical crises hadn’t intervened to push me in new directions. I sadly resigned from the university and devoted myself to homelife with our growing brood of 3 babies.
The year after giving birth to my third child, I developed Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a severe and sometimes disabling form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Doctors prescribed a series of medications, and each one made me feel worse. One day, sitting in the middle of GNC, I hit a wall. After years of dedicated education and medical practice, I lacked the essential knowledge of natural strategies, supplements and nutrition to even help myself. That’s when I resolved to get my life back, and Integrative, Functional and Holistic medicine became my passion.
In 2006, I attended The Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and was thrilled to realize that I wasn’t alone. I went on to become an Advanced Fellow in Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, in addition to a specialty in Internal Medicine.
In 2009, I founded the Noble Center for Healthy Aging to bring these advanced medical alternatives to a broader community and to help others to avoid the isolated suffering I know too well. And in a roundabout way, I have returned to my love of teaching. Everyday my goal is to help my patients on their individual pathways towards lives of health and vitality.
Supporting the Community
I think it is critical to give back to the community. Most recently, we are proud that the Noble Center was the naming sponsor for the Education and Career Counseling Room at Place of Hope. Place of Hope is a wonderful charity where children and families can find dignity, guidance and hope through various programs. They provide stable and loving family environments for children and youth who are hurting and their families. The Noble Center is also a donor of Impact 100 of Palm Beach County, a women’s charitable organization that funds local nonprofit initiatives.
The Noble Center is a proud member of the following organizations:
Dr. Anjali NobleFellow Antiaging, Regenerative, Functional Medicine
Fellow in Metabolic & Nutritional Medicine
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Board Certified, Integrative Medicine