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The Human Evolution Project

October 10, 2002

Health Challenges Today

Whether you are already well or dealing with a chronic illness or injury, finding and maintaining our optimal health today is a personal journey. It is also often one of  personal evolution as we learn how to better align our strengths and weaknesses with our modern lives. For these reasons, I call my practice the “Human Evolution Project.”I became a naturopathic doctor and took additional training from the Institute for Functional Medicine to help guide people into greater alignment with themselves, their communities, and our amazing biosphere.  My practice blends the best of a conventional medical approach with time honored traditional medicine and the very latest in nutritional, genetic and lifestyle medicine. In practice, I seek to partner with motivated patients who are ready to examine their habits and take charge of their own health as we aim to avoid and reverse illness—and promote optimal health. You can read learn more my philosophy and experience here.

For patients outside the Seattle area (and for those seeking greater convenience) I also offer Phone/Skype/Email consultations.

I look forward to serving you, and may we all be well!

trmorrisnd headshotDr. T.R. Morris is a licensed naturopathic medical doctor (ND). He is currently serving as faculty and consultant to the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). The IFM mission is to revolutionize medicine by teaching the latest genetic, nutritional, hormonal and other biochemically-based integrative medicine techniques to MDs and other practitioners looking for new tools to prevent and treat chronic disease. In the past, T.R. served as the medical director of a large integrative clinic and taught (genetics, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, cellular & molecular biology) for 10 years for various medical programs in the Puget Sound. He sees patients in person (or long-distance via Skype consultations) from his home office in Seattle.
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