Naturopathic Medical Doctors are trained at an accredited college in the U.S. or Canada. They undergo four years of educational and clinical training in basic sciences, as well as the areas that make Naturopaths unique. These areas include homeopathy, nutrition, IV supplementation, spinal manipulation, hydrotherapy, counseling, and the use of plants medicinally, such as herbal remedies. Naturopaths are required to take basic science board exams at the end of their second year and then must pass their clinical board exams at the end of their fourth year in order to be eligible for licensure. Each state has a different scope of practice for Naturopathic Physicians defining what they can and cannot do in their practice. In the state of Arizona, Naturopathic Physicians may prescribe medications with the limitation of specific Class II drugs, antipsychotic agents and chemotherapy drugs. We are trained as general family practice physicians and primary care physicians or PCP.
About Our Doctors
Brian Archambault, N.M.D.
Dr. Archambault received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1998. His degree is in exercise physiology with an emphasis in cardiac care. Dr. Archambault while attending UW-Madison performed stress tests in an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation facility as well as assisted with inpatient cardiac rehab within the university's hospital. He pursued his medical degree at National College of Naturopathic Medicine where he received his doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. National College is the oldest Naturopathic Medical School in the United States.
Dr. Archambault is a member of the AANP and is a board member of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association and currently Vice President of the association. Dr. Archambault has received advanced training in treating heart disease and the disorders which afflict the cardiovascular system.He also has extensive training in IV therapy, physical medicine, including spinal manipulation and hormone replacement therapy for men and women.
Dr. Archambault believes in treating the root cause of disease and not simply treating your symptoms, which unfortunately is the current position of our western medical paradigm. Dr. Archambault helps people to recapture their life through optimization of the whole person, including the physical, mental and emotional planes of the human body. Dr. Archambault views it as an honor to be a partner in his patient's personal journey towards optimal health and wellness and treats this honor with the highest regard.
Myleen Simone, N.M.D.
Dr. Myleen Simone, NMD, is an Arizona licensed Naturopathic Physician and a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Her medical training was focused on comprehensive holistic pain management, regenerative injection therapy, and hormone balancing. She built her medical education on the foundation of a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Philosophy which she received from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA. Since entering the field, Dr. Simone continues to receive advanced training in all areas of her practice by regularly participating in medical training events and attending educational seminars.
Dr. Simone prides herself on being “easy to talk to,” which is a common remark she receives from her patients. Her personal approach to health is to treat the mind, body, and spirit simultaneously. She finds naturopathic medicine fascinating and inspiring in its ability to help the body heal itself. This fuels a passion for her craft that is evident in the way she treats every patient. She is focused on working with the patient to provide a personalized treatment plan tailored to each individual. She currently treats a wide array of illness using modalities such as IV therapy, physical medicine, acupuncture, botanical medicine, and injection therapy. She also provides aesthetics treatments such as Botox, micro-needling, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), hair restoration, scar therapy, breast enhancements, and sexual rejuvenation for both men and women.
Dr. Simone understands that integrity is the backbone of her profession and takes great care in cultivating this as an asset to not only her field but the patient as well.