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  • Gastrointestinal health (SIBO, IBS, IBD, Colitis, Celiac, Crohn’s, gallbladder issues, hemorrhoids, pancreas issues)

  • Cardiovascular health

  • Integrative mental health

  • Lung health

  • Allergies

  • Autoimmune disease

  • Endocrine issues (Diabetes, thyroid disease, adrenal dysfunction)

  • Men’s health

  • Pain management (neck and back, joint, fibromyalgia, neuropathy)

  • Acute and chronic sports injuries

 

Additional areas of expertise:

  • Neurologic issues (Migraine and head injury, tremor, vertigo, MS)

  • Pediatric wellness with a focus on attention deficit, ASD and developmental issue

  • Healthy aging and dementia prevention

  • Adjunctive cancer support

  • Environmental medicine (heavy metal removal, mold, CIRS, chemical sensitivity)


Training

Dr. Daniel Reed is a Naturopathic Physician specializing in Gastrointestinal health, Cardiovascular health, and regenerative injection therapies. Dr. Reed’s additional areas of expertise include men’s health, mental health, endocrine problems, autoimmune joint issues, heavy metal and mold detox.

Dr. Reed has trained with top experts in the field of functional gastrointestinal disorders including Allison Siebecker and Steven Sandberg Lewis in Portland, Oregon. He has trained extensively in the management of complex gastrointestinal issues and sees many patients who have been to multiple specialists but still seek answers.

Additionally, Dr. Reed has trained in naturopathic cardiology, and is well versed in conventional and natural management of common cardiac and lung conditions.

Education:

  • Bachelor's Degree:

​​         University of Wisconsin, Madison

  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

         National College of Natural Medicine

  • Residency

         Clover Clinic, Newberg, Oregon

         Full Circle Care, Salt Lake City

Dr. Daniel Reed

specialties

His Story

After completing 5 years of Medical school training in Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Reed completed a blended, multi-site residency at Clover Clinic in Newberg, Oregon as well as Full Circle Care in Salt Lake City. During his residency he completed advanced training in regenerative injection therapy, cardiology, intravenous therapy, and bioidentical hormone replacement.

Dr. Reed has a unique perspective on health and suffering. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, he traveled extensively in Europe and Asia. While living in China, he became sick from mold exposure in his apartment and from air pollution, suffering extreme respiratory difficulty, vertigo, food allergies, brain fog and severe headaches. He found significant relief from Chinese herbal remedies, acupuncture and eastern medicine while he was in China, and this opened his eyes to the amazing healing power of natural medicine.

As he entered medical school, Dr. Reed was still profoundly ill, but attempted to work long hours, just like many Americans who suffer from chronic illness. Because of his prior mold exposure, he had to move from apartment to apartment in Portland, Oregon—possibly the moldiest city in America—while experiencing the same severe symptoms he experienced in China. There were times when he nearly quit his program because of the struggle and tremendous hardship. But through his Naturopathic training, he applied his knowledge of natural remedies to begin his healing journey. He was able to persevere, complete a rigorous medical program, and heal his symptoms. Through this experience, he has a tremendous compassion for his patients and a deep respect for their symptoms.

Dr. Reed takes the time to listen to your problems and develop a plan together with you. He invites to participate in decisions about your care, while taking the time to explain the benefits of your different options.

 

Hobbies

In his free time, Dr. Reed is active in music performance and sports. He studies piano and is a member of the Westminster College Community Choir. He plays in a men’s hockey league at the Utah Olympic oval. He additionally enjoys camping, exploring Utah’s National and State Parks, cooking, researching about health, doing crossword puzzles and escape rooms, and watching professional and collegiate sports.