Meet the Vitalship Physicians
Vitalship will empower families to make positive change towards optimal health. We provide the tools to thrive, rather than survive. Our providers believe in and reflect our naturopathic philosophy by committing to the same growth in health and wellbeing as our patients.
Dr. Ashley Chung
By the age of seven, Dr. Ashley P. Chung had an internal longing to become a doctor. After studying under Dr. Elliot Edwards, ND, FABNO, and receiving her Bachelors of Science in Biology, Pre-Med and minor in chemistry, from the State University of New York, College at Oneonta she was convinced that holistic medicine was her calling.
Dr. Chung graduated from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and is a Licensed Naturopathic Physician who uses Chinese medicine in combination with acupuncture, botanical medicine, nutritional medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, mind-body medicine, IV therapies and other modalities to nurture the body’s innate ability to heal itself.
Dr. Chung is a doctor who focuses on addressing the underlying cause of disease whether physical, mental, and/or emotional. As a cancer survivor, Dr. Chung understands how vital nutrition and healthy changes are for restoration. She believes each patient has their own story, and promotes individualized care and patient empowerment.
In her free time, Dr. Chung enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being in the great outdoors, working up a sweat in the gym, and tapping into her creative side.
Dr. LeTicia Qamar Busler
Dr. Q is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where she focused her studies on comprehensive family practice and pediatrics. Her naturopathic journey began years ago after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. She has experience working in pediatric home health care and in a residential treatment facility for children. Dr. Q has years of experience as a massage therapist, contributing to her passion for hands-on medicine and therapies.
Dr. Q’s treatments emphasize the body’s natural ability to heal itself and include acupuncture, nutritional medicine, hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, homeopathy, and other modalities. She has a special interest in pediatric medicine including acute care.
Dr. Q has also worked as an adjunct professor of anatomy and physiology at Phoenix College and as a physician at Sunshine Health Care Center. She spends her home time being a wife to her husband and mother to her three children. She believes passionately in health education and preventative medicine and feels the most gentle, effective intervention is the best medicine. Dr. Q is an amateur artist and gardener; she believes in connecting with the earth and our food sources as part of healing.
Dr. Victoria Munoz
Dr Munoz is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. She did her undergrad at Oregon Health Science University earning a bachelor degree in Nursing. She has worked in 8 different specialties as a Registered Nurse prior to studying medicine, and comes well decorated. As a physician Dr Munoz specializes in Pain Management and Regenerative Medicine. She has studied under the top Regenerative Medicine doctors in the world prior to joining the Vitalship Team. Her treatments are personalized and serve to regenerate and rebuild the body. She is an expert in aesthetics and injection therapies such as prolotherapy, PRP, and stem cell.
As a professional athlete Dr Munoz understands the importance of keeping the body running smoothly. She was an elite-class runner for many years before turning to bodybuilding in 2011. Today she holds the world title in Women’s Classic Bodybuilding for the WPAA. She has also worked with athletes and has designed fitness programs for everyone from the recreational athlete to the competitive athlete.
Dr Munoz is from Central Coast California and enjoys the beach life, but has found her home here in Arizona. Her dedication lies with her patients with the goal of helping them achieve their health and fitness goals. She stands true to the naturopathic principles:
- First do no harm
- The healing power of nature
- Identify and treat the cause
- Heal the whole person
- Physician as teacher
- Prevention is the best cure