Dr. Mychael Seubert is a naturopathic doctor who earned his doctorate from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences and is currently licensed as a naturopathic physician in Arizona and Connecticut.
Dr. Mychael is a member of the New York Association of Naturopathic Physicians (NYANP), the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) and the Naturopathic Gastroenterological Association (GastroANP). He has also received training from and is a member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS).
From an early age, Dr. Mychael was interested in exercise, botanical medicine, nutrition, biochemistry, the mind/body connection, nutritional supplements and traditional Chinese medicine. He voraciously studied these topics, applying them to his own life and fitness regimen. When he developed health issues of his own that traditional medicine was unable to address, he decided to take his interest a step further, and began seeing a naturopathic doctor. His experience with naturopathic medicine was eye-opening. He discovered firsthand all of the wonderful benefits of naturopathic medicine. It was a life-changer and led him to pursue a career in naturopathic medicine.
As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Mychael believes the human body has the inherent ability to heal itself. He takes pride in working to discover the root cause of a condition, treating his patients as individuals with complex, unique concerns, and giving individualized suggestions on safe, free of side-effects, science-backed therapeutics. Dr. Mychael creates a partnership with each of his patients, guiding them on the path to optimal health.
Dr. Mychael has experience working with many conditions with patients under the care of a physician. He particularly enjoys supporting individuals with gastrointestinal concerns, autoimmune conditions, thyroid and adrenal health, diabetes, chronic infections, and Lyme disease among other conditions.
In his spare time, Dr. Mychael is an exercise enthusiast, enjoys cooking, reading, golfing, gardening, and playing with his niece and nephew (a big reason he moved back to New York).
He also enjoys curling rutabagas. He is the current international rutabaga curling champion – see winners here www.rutabagacurl.com and, if you are wondering what this sport is about, read the History of the Rutabaga Curl.