"Does it serve you?"  

This is my motto & I live by it. It helps me not compromise my health. I eat mostly organic, exercise daily, meditate, and believe all things are possible. My other interests include: painting, sewing, quilting & the outdoors. I ran competitively for years and enjoy sprint triathlon training.

Dr.Cindi Croft


I grew up in Bountiful, Utah and graduated from the University of Utah with an Honors degree in Biology and minor in Chemistry. Then I began my journey East attending Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and Barberton Citizen's Hospital in Ohio for residency. While in OH I actively volunteered at a seasonal migrant farm clinic. We were trained to be self-sufficient rural family docs like in the old days. From there, I completed my three year National Health Service Corp Scholarship requirement in rural Luray, VA. The Shenandoah Valley is breathtaking and we still have strong connections and life long friends there. In 2006, we moved to NH where I first worked for St.Joseph's Hospital and then Concord Hospital before entering private practice. I have been board certified with the American Board of Family Medicine since 2000.

I began my "welternative" education during medical school.  I had chosen the Osteopathic medical model because it views structure equals function. And I was inspired from reading old texts by A.T.Stills, MD,DO. He incorporated the mind-body-spirit totality in his practice.  I began self-studying nutrition along side my regular medical classes.  And through the years have studied the following health modalities:

  • Nutrition 

  • Acupuncture

  • NAET

  • Homeopathy

  • Kinergetics & Body Talk

  • Functional Medicine

  • Eclectic Triphasic Medical System training program (ETMS) through the Mederi Foundation with master herbalist Donnie Yance to support cancer patients

  • David Winston's Center for Herbal Studies intensive herbal training program

Incorporating these welternative tools with traditional medicine provides a richer patient teaching and overall healthcare experience.  This way of practice is extremely rewarding to me, and this is the future of medicine.