A Refreshing Alternative

I’m not interested in toeing the party line of a broken healthcare system.


In an environment incredibly hostile to doctors working outside of big box hospitals, I opened a private consultation business because health is not one-size-fits-all.

In a profession that disparages any deviation from the conventional approach, I proudly learned functional medicine because it works better.

In an industry that demands specialization, I continue to stay multi-talented and versatile, because the human body is sophisticated, adaptable, and brilliant.

I Enjoy Helping People With

Integrative Mental Health
Chronic & Autoimmune Illness
Kids & Vaccine Consults
Digestive Health
Women's Health
Men's Hormones
Weight Loss & Diabetes
Provider Peer Consultation

Education & Training

It was at the end of my undergraduate career at McGill University that I realized I wanted to become a doctor. Unfortunately my double-major in English Literature and Religious Studies and minor in Russian Language wasn’t quite what I needed to get into medical school. After graduating from the “Harvard of Canada” in three years with High Honors, I went right back to college to get a pre-med degree.

Unimpressed with what conventional medical schools had to offer both my future clients and me, I was delighted to discover and attend the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, Oregon – one of only four medical schools in the country to train physicians in truly integrative medicine.

After graduating from medical school with High Honors and speaking at my graduation, I completed an accredited family practice teaching residency at NUNM. After residency I was blessed to be taken under the wing of a board-certified pediatrician and completed four years of part-time mentorship in pediatrics under his tutelage.

Along the way I’ve also done many specialized trainings, such as completing a two-year program with the New England School of Homeopathy, studying thyroid health with Dr. Datis Kharrazian, becoming certified in Holistic Pelvic Care™ under the guidance of Tami Kent, and pursuing training in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy through the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). I’ve both attended and presented at numerous conferences on topics from testosterone replacement therapy to entheogenic healing. I am also adjunct faculty at my alma mater, where I guest lecture in the medical and nutrition programs and serve as a substitute attending physician.


The healing systems in my toolkit include:

I’m somewhere between House, M.D. and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
  • Pharmaceutical medication prescription – including conventional, off-label, and compounded preparations
  • Laboratory test interpretation – blood, urine, saliva, and biopsy tests, conventional diagnostic testing, functional medicine studies, mail-order kits
  • Alternatives to surgery and invasive medical intervention (when appropriate)
  • Diagnostic imaging – x-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, ultrasounds, etc.
  • Clinical herbalism (botanical medicine)
  • Medical nutrition and dietary counseling
  • Psychotherapeutic counseling, emotional freedom technique (EFT), other therapy models
  • Lifestyle counseling and behavioral health
  • Dry needling tissue release, trigger point injection, neuraltherapy, and neural prolo
  • Osseous manipulation (similar to chiropractic) and soft tissue mobilization (similar to physical therapy)
  • Homeopathy – classical homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage (UNDAs), flower essences
  • Hydrotherapy and nature cure
  • Psychedelic-assisted therapy and microdosing – harm reduction approach

Let’s Take Your Health to the Next Level

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