Ginger Nash, ND

Naturopathic Physician located in Fairfield, CT

About Dr. Nash

I have been studying and practicing natural medicine for over 20 years and I've had the privilege of working alongside some of the best minds in our field. My practice centers around nutrition and European homeopathy with a focus on personalized care. I work with the underlying causes of disease, not just symptom management. I expect that my patients will get (and stay) healthy and I ask that they are an integral part of that process. After all, I decided to pursue naturopathic medicine as a career during a personal health crisis of my own.

The story of my becoming a naturopathic doctor relates to my studies in graduate school and is kind of crazy-synchronistic. I was 24 years old working toward a master’s degree in the history of medicine. I was a research assistant for professor Susan Cayleff who was writing a book about naturopathic medicine in the U.S., especially with regards to women’s health. During that time, I had a profound health crisis myself, landing me in the hospital for a week after having surgery to remove a massive cyst that had destroyed one of my ovaries and fallopian tubes. It was really large--like volleyball size! The night I was released from the hospital I had the only epiphany I’ve ever had in my life: I was certain I should become a naturopathic doctor. I called naturopathic medical schools the next day and never looked back. I’ve dedicated myself to helping people understand their bodies and take control of their health since 1998 when I graduated from NUNM in Portland, Oregon.

My practice offers some of the best technology available for evaluating whole-body health and my particular specialties are women's hormone balancing, nutrition and digestive complaints, and tick-borne disease, like Lyme and its common co-infections. But truly, I see many different types of chronic disease.

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I have been studying and practicing natural medicine for over 20 years and I've had the privilege of working alongside some of the best minds in our field. My practice centers around nutrition and European homeopathy with a focus on personalized care. I work with the underlying causes of disease, not just symptom management. I expect that my patients will get (and stay) healthy and I ask that they are an integral part of that process. After all, I decided to pursue naturopathic medicine as a career during a personal health crisis of my own.

The story of my becoming a naturopathic doctor relates to my studies in graduate school and is kind of crazy-synchronistic. I was 24 years old working toward a master’s degree in the history of medicine. I was a research assistant for professor Susan Cayleff who was writing a book about naturopathic medicine in the U.S., especially with regards to women’s health. During that time, I had a profound health crisis myself, landing me in the hospital for a week after having surgery to remove a massive cyst that had destroyed one of my ovaries and fallopian tubes. It was really large--like volleyball size! The night I was released from the hospital I had the only epiphany I’ve ever had in my life: I was certain I should become a naturopathic doctor. I called naturopathic medical schools the next day and never looked back. I’ve dedicated myself to helping people understand their bodies and take control of their health since 1998 when I graduated from NUNM in Portland, Oregon.

My practice offers some of the best technology available for evaluating whole-body health and my particular specialties are women's hormone balancing, nutrition and digestive complaints, and tick-borne disease, like Lyme and its common co-infections. But truly, I see many different types of chronic disease.


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