Doctor • New York
About Dr. Weber
Dr. Aubre Weber, DO is a board-certified physician in the three areas of: Internal Medicine, Obesity/Metabolic Medicine, and Lifestyle Medicine. She is also studied in Functional Medicine through the IFM. She has been practicing medicine for 8 years and has been in the medical field for over 16 years. She is passionate about how to promote health and wellness in our lives, using the best resources we have available, state of the art medical treatment, paired with non-traditional medicine. This desire led her to achieve a DO degree to practice osteopathic medicine, which is centered around a holistic view of medicine to find the best wellness plan.
Dr. Weber has two daughters with special needs, which has amplified her passion to hold a deep understanding of complex disease, the discovery and detective process as to why disease happens, and how to address the root cause. This ideology became a key founding principal in her studies and daily practice. With extensive experience in internal medicine and critical care of sick and healthy patients, Dr. Weber believes in connecting with others to integrate shared knowledge, provide key clinical learnings, and create an open dialogue for those in the medicine field. This is how she found Parsley Health. In addition, she founded and moderates the largest online lifestyle medicine group for women physicians, which Dr. Weber has seen blossom into an excellent resource for her and many other physicians around the world. Dr. Weber also has and continues to spend time teaching attending physicians, residents, medical students and other advanced practitioners in the importance of an integrated medical practice and how lifestyle along with a combination of genetics are at the root cause of most disease processes and therefore must be a critical focus for healing and thriving.
Patients appreciate Dr. Weber for being a proclaimed “digger.” She believes there’s great importance in using a shared lens for both traditional and non-traditional medicine. With that shared focus, she has a special interest in metabolic medicine/weight maintenance and loss, lifestyle as medicine, epigenetics and nutrigenomics, food allergies and non-IgE mediated gut hypersensitivities and the interplay with leaky gut, the chronic immune/inflammatory response along with mitochondrial dysfunction and how this pertains to chronic disease, the stress response and how it relates to the adrenal, thyroid and sex hormone disruption, self-care for parents, the biology of aging, and overuse of food, tobacco, alcohol and drugs.
In Dr. Weber’s spare time, she continues her lifelong curiosity towards healthier living frequently looking into new and cutting-edge evidence in therapeutics and lifestyle changes to promote healthy genetic expression. Dr. Weber lives in Connecticut with her husband, two little girls, and beloved bulldog.
Interests: Lifestyle medicine, obesity/metabolic medicine, diagnostic and precision medicine, sleep disturbances, biohacking for longevity, nutrition, adaptive and evolutionary health, genetic and epigenetic medicine, cognitive health, biology of stress, digestive health, mental health, cardiovascular disease, men and women’s health, hormones, and thyroid and adrenal health.
Frequently asked questions
Can Parsley Health be my primary care physician?
We are considered a primary care practice, so we treat all conditions that a primary care doctor would. We are not specialists. However, if you need to see an OBGYN, cardiologist, or surgeon, for example, you will be referred appropriately. The costs associated with the services provided by specialists or any other healthcare provider outside of Parsley Health are not covered by your Parsley Health membership. Beyond visits, the primary mode of communication with our care team is messaging. We answer quickly during the week (within 24 - 48 hours) and always have a doctor on call to address urgent issues on weekends and holidays. We are often able to take care of acute issues without the need for a visit. A few points to remember about your Parsley Health membership: 1. We do not take insurance. However, we can provide paperwork for you to submit for out-of-network reimbursement from your insurance. You can also pay for your membership using FSA/HSA dollars. 2. We are not available for same-day emergency appointments. 3. If you have a medical emergency, we recommend that you visit urgent care or an ER.
Is Parsley Health covered by insurance?
We do not accept any form of insurance. Parsley Health is classified as a primary care practice, but insurance companies don’t recognize our membership model. After each medical visit, a lab manager can provide a superbill that you can submit to insurance for out-of-network reimbursement. Many members choose to pay for their plans using FSA/HSA dollars.
What is included with my plan?
What’s Included: Doctor’s visit(s) Health coaching visit(s) Online billing and scheduling Unlimited messaging with your care team through an online patient portal (Parsley Membership only) Prescriptions for medications and supplements (Parsley Membership only) In addition to our services, you’ll have access to: Our online supplement store at a discounted price Members-only events Exclusive access to and deals from our wellness partners - our favorite places to sweat, stretch, zen, and shop!
Do I need health insurance if I have a Parsley Health membership?
A Parsley Health membership does not replace health insurance. We advise all members to maintain a separate health insurance plan of their choosing. For blood work, insurance frequently offers full coverage. Please also note that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) includes a requirement that all U.S. citizens purchase health insurance. A Parsley Health membership does not meet this requirement.
Is testing included in my membership fee? What costs can I expect to see?
Your doctor will work with you to customize testing orders based on your health needs and personal preferences. Costs for blood work and specialty tests are not included in the membership price. Blood work is usually covered by insurance. Specialty tests range in cost from $100 - $350. These tests, however, are completely optional.
What types of diagnostic testing does Parsley Health perform?
We offer both standard blood work and in-depth specialty testing to help construct a comprehensive picture of your health and better inform treatment. A personalized testing plan will be recommended by your doctor. All tests, however, are optional. Some of our most frequently prescribed specialty tests assess allergies, cortisol, genetics, microbiome health, and toxic metal levels.