Jo Lena Wall graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in Genetics and went directly to UT Southwestern in Dallas to attain her B.S. in Physician Assistant studies.  After a short time she then received her Masters in Physician Assistant studies from the University of Nebraska.  She has practiced in Family Medicine for most of her career and has also worked in the E.R. setting and in Nephrology.  Now her passion is focused on Functional Medicine in an Integrative setting.

“It has been a long journey for me to travel from conventional medicine to the more functional approach that I use with patients today.  I began looking at the alternative approach to medicine when symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis developed in me in 2009.  At that time, I knew that disease modifying medications were not an option that I was ready to try yet.  Thus, I continue to seek information and knowledge for my patients and myself that are directed at the root cause of the disease rather than masking the symptoms or slowing the process.  I believe that most disease states can be improved and even halted with proper nutrition, exercise, and selective supplementation.  However, ultimately, it is God in His magnificent wisdom who decides what trials we must endure to turn our hearts to Him. My hope is that while they are here on earth, each patient has the best health possible.”