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MaryK Geyer, ND

MaryK Geyer, ND

Type of Practice/Emphasis: Comprehensive integrative family medicine including pediatrics, women’s health, endocrinology, gastroenterology, dermatology; minor Surgery, acute and complex chronic illness, botanical medicine, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutrition & lifestyle, acupuncture, supplement treatment, IV therapeutics, cold laser, reiki

Education: ND, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, AZ; BS-Organismal/Environmental Biology, State University of New York at New Paltz, NY; Leadership Training, ARMY Reserve; Medic Training, ARMY Reserve; Evidence-Based Medicine in Clinical Practice, Helfgott Research Institute; Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice, Institute for Functional Medicine

Residency: Family Practice Residency, Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center; Pediatric Internship, Dr. Farra Swan, ND, Midwife

Certification: Professional Level Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, HIPAA, OSHA

Associations: American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians (PedANP), Holistic Pediatrics Association (HPA), International Pediatric Integrative Medicine (IPIM) Network


  • Honored for Contributions, Service, and Dedication by the MDJ foundation for medical volunteer work in Casa Clinica- Las Varas, Mexico
  • Institute for Natural Medicine  -Future Leaders in Natural Medicine Scholarship
  • Macy’s Minorities in Medicine Award

Service: Co-Founder- Naturopaths Without Borders International, Medical Volunteer in community health clinics in Haiti, more than 20 medical trips to volunteer in pediatric and adult community health clinics in Mexico 

Languages Spoken: English

Practicing Since: 2007

Joined SCNM: 2007

Why I Love Being An ND: Every patient has a unique story built by their own individual biochemistry, genetics and epigenetics, microbiome, exposures, experiences, and more. The body is limited in its ability to express those underlying contributors.  Essentially, it only has so many ways to say it’s sick. It’s my job to investigate their story, and discover their unique domino effect that has brought them to a place of ill-health.  Once we do that, I have a huge tool-box to choose effective individualized therapies for that unique person sitting in front of me. We create a partnership in their health journey.

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