About Dr. Rina Kapoor
Rina Kapoor, MD, ABOIM, is a highly trained and experienced medical professional at ARA Integrative and Functional Medicine in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, and serving the Philadelphia Main Line, Delaware County, Chester County, and the surrounding areas. Dr. Kapoor has more than 15 years of clinical experience and is double board-certified in internal and integrative medicine. She completed her fellowship at the prestigious Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Kapoor also has advanced training in functional medicine through the Institute of Functional Medicine and currently serves as Affiliate Staff at Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital. She is passionate about engaging, equipping, and empowering her patients to embrace their body's protective and healing power.
Dr. Kapoor is a wife and mother of three growing boys. She enjoys cooking healthy meals for her family, traveling the globe, and spending sacred time on her yoga mat with her daily practice.
Certifications and Training
- American Board of Integrative Medicine
- American Board of Internal Medicine
- Institute of Functional Medicine
- Advanced Training in:
- Gastrointestinal Health
- Cardiometabolic Health
- Hormone Balance
- Environment and Detoxification
- Rutgers College, Rutgers University
- Ross University School of Medicine
- Internal Medicine Residency and Chief Residency at University Hospital, Rutgers School of Medicine
- Integrative Medicine Fellowship, Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine University of Arizona
- Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital
Rina Kapoor, MD
After over a decade of practicing within the confines of Internal Medicine, I realized that the system I was operating within wasn’t allowing me to make the difference that I knew my patients needed. I was frustrated and burnt out, tired of handing out prescriptions rather than helping my patients get to the root of their health issues. Through my own personal battles with gut dysfunction, fatigue, and mold toxicity, I came across the approaches of Integrative and Functional Medicine. With the use of advanced labs and genetic testing, I was able to customize my diet, lifestyle, and supplements to initiate my own healing. I came to realize that I needed to practice a different kind of medicine. I wanted to embrace what I have always intuitively believed: that the mind and body are inseparably linked, lifestyle and nutrition are more vital than any medication, and prevention is the best tool we have to manage disease.
“The doctor of the future will give no medication but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” — Thomas A. Edison (1847-1931)