Free Lecture

An Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine: A Functional Approach to Health

6:30 – 8:00pm

Monday, May 8, 2017

Q & A Included

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Are you ready to address the underlying cause of your condition as opposed to suppressing symptoms?

This presentation will address our medical philosophy, training, and our approach to health and wellness.  Included in this discussion is the importance of Functional lab testing in discovering imbalances that lead to various conditions such as fatigue, depression, anxiety, digestive complaints, hormonal imbalance, and autoimmunity.




Dr. Cummins received the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the College of Professional Studies at National University of Health Sciences. Before entering his premedical studies at NUHS, he completed his Bachelor of Science degree in education from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

Dr. Cummins has areas of specialty and focus with chronic pain, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disease, digestive health, cardiovascular health, low back pain, and improved athletic performance.

He developed the website to give hope and encouragement to individuals living with these conditions and to offer treatment options other than drugs and associated side effects and risk of addiction.






Dr. Mara Davidson is a dual honors graduate of the University of Bridgeport from the College of Naturopathic Medicine as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine as well as the Nutrition Institute with a Master of Science in Human Nutrition.  While in medical school, Dr. Davidson also obtained her Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management from Davenport University.

As a Naturopathic General Practitioner, Dr. Davidson sees patients of all ages for acute, sick visits as well as chronic conditions.  She also encourages patients to see her for optimizing their full health potential.  Dr. Davidson focuses part of her practice on anxiety and depression, neurodegenerative diseases, anti-aging, as well as supportive cancer care.





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