Renee Schwartz, ND
Dr. Schwartz grew up in Chicago and earned a BA in International Relations and Spanish from Lake Forest College. She was an exchange student to Turkey and later studied in Spain on a Fulbright Scholarship. She graduated with honors from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2001 and has completed advanced training in Environmental Medicine and in IV Therapy. She has trained with ACAM (the American College for the Advancement of Medicine) and is certified in IV and Chelation Therapy.
Nathalie Paravicini, ND
"I establish strong relationships with my patients and their family. Together we develop workable plans to meet their health objectives. My purpose then becomes to support them in their efforts, adjusting plans as they evolve from immediate needs to continually improving their wellbeing. In this way, patients start reaching their own higher personal goals."
Ron Hubbs, LAc
Ron is both a California and Oregon Medical Board Licensed Acupuncturist and graduated Magna Cum Laude from South Baylo University in Anaheim, CA with both a Bachelor’s Degree in Holistic Health Science and a Master’s Degree of Science in Oriental Medicine. Besides his formal education, he has taken extensive independent coursework totaling over 1200 hours. Much of this training is in the field of Autonomic Response Testing (ART), Applied Kinesiology (AK), and various systems of muscle testing.
Karen Davis, MS, NTP
I’ve always been interested in eating healthy and am guilty of following the “trend of the day” diet- be it low-fat, low-carb, vegetarian, you name it – in order to be healthy and lose weight. But when my family and I were diagnosed with gluten-sensitivity, I started taking a closer look at our relationship with food and how it impacts our health. As the saying goes, you are what you eat. Eating the standard American diet (“SAD”) can cause a myriad of health problems. Eating a nutrient-dense whole-food diet can correct these issues and give you vitality.