Leia Langhoff, DO
Family Medicine Physician
Dr. Leia Langhoff earned her doctorate from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. She went on to complete a master’s in public health from Oregon State University in Corvallis in 2013. She finished her residency in family medicine at Lakeland Family Medicine in Michigan. She also holds a bachelor of arts in chemistry from Michigan State University.
Dr. Langhoff was inspired to become a family medicine doctor after a knee injury ended her college gymnastics career. After the injury, she spent a substantial amount of time working with doctors, athletic trainers, and physical therapists. She ultimately decided she wanted to care for others in the same way those providers had helped her.
Today, Dr. Langhoff focuses on providing holistic care and creating patient-provider relationships built on honest and direct communication. She listens to each patient with an open mind and heart, and strives to make each patient feel heard. She believes collaboration is the key to helping patients be their best, most healthy selves.
In her spare time, Dr. Langhoff enjoys traveling with her husband. They spent their honeymoon traversing the country, visiting 10 national parks. She also enjoys photography and trivia games. She plays the fiddle and ukulele, strumming anything in the bluegrass, folk, or classic rock genre.