Dr. Brian Archambault, N.M.D.
Founder and Medical Director of West Valley Naturopathic Center
Dr. Brian Archambault is the founder and CEO of West Valley Naturopathic Center. He brings 15 years of experience and is proud to say that he has built his practice on referrals. Ultimately it comes down to getting results and this is exactly what Dr. Archambault has been able to achieve for his patients.
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 the 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.
Dr. Evelyn Cordova, N.M.D.
Ms. Cordova began her journey into Naturopathic Medicine after standard of care treatments for endometriosis and depression only palliated her symptoms. She found that natural supplements and strengthening the mind-body connection revolutionized her life. It was obvious she had to learn more and then help others.
It started with a Masters in Education in Physical Education from The University of Houston. A year after graduating in 2012 it was obvious that healing involved more than the physical body. She completed a master’s in Transpersonal Studies at Atlantic University. Through the teachings of Edgar Cayce she learned how multi-dimensional humans are and decided to devote her life to healing herself and others.
After graduating from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine it was clear she had to go into practice to share her knowledge of women’s health, acupuncture, botanical medicine, colonics, hydrotherapy, and IV therapies. After a career as a high school teacher and working in retail, she has found where she belongs. She wants to empower people to be the best version of themselves with a doctor who is patient, caring and devoted to each one of her patient’s journeys.
Dr. Vy Huynh, N.M.D
Dr. Huynh graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in December 2021. She came to the U.S. from Vietnam when she was 18. Before medical school, she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology Emphasis in Pre-Medicine from Grand Canyon University with Outstanding Student Scholarship. Dr. Huynh is a member of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association. Her areas of focus include Family Medicine from acute to chronic conditions, Acupuncture, and IV Therapy. As a general family physician, Dr. Huynh has a passion to treat her patients with her whole heart and empower them to take control of their health. It is her honor to accompany her patients on their path to achieve and maintain wellness both physically and emotionally. She is fluent in both English and Vietnamese.