Naturopathic Medical Doctors of Arizona
1250 East Baseline Road, Suite 205
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Phone: 480 839-2800
Fax: 480 897-2453
From the northwest valley, Peoria and Glendale - take the Black Canyon I-17 south. At exit #200A merge onto the Papago I-10 east to Tucson. Continue on the I-10 east to exit #154 and the Superstitution Freeway US-60 east. Take the US-60 east 3 miles to Rural Road exit #174. At the bottom of the ramp turn right (south) 1/2 mile to Rural and Baseline Roads. Turn left heading east on Baseline Road and continue 1/2 mile to 1250 East Baseline Road (it will be on your left).
From Scottsdale - take AZ-101 (Pima/Price Freeway) south. From the Price Freeway take exit #55B merging onto the US-60 West towards Phoenix. Proceed 1 mile to McClintock Drive exit #175. At the end of the ramp turn left (south) proceeding 1 mile to the intersection of McClintock and Baseline Road. Turn right (west) and proceed 1/2 mile to 1250 East Baseline Road (it will be on your right).
From Queen Creek - take Rittenhouse Road to Power Road and the US-60 Superstition Freeway west. Proceed West towards Phoenix. At McClintock Drive exit #175 take McClintock Drive south (a left-hand turn at the end of the ramp) to the intersection of McClintock and Baseline. Turn right on Baseline Road and proceed 1/2 mile to 1250 Baseline Road.
About Dr. Huber
Dr. Huber NMD, is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and Primary Care Physician currently practicing in
Tempe, Arizona. Dr. Huber focuses on herbal medicine, nutrition, intravenous therapies, environmental medicine and acupuncture. She
received her Naturopathic Medical degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Some of Dr. Huber's previously published articles are listed below:
- Cook Whole Foods From Scratch and Keep Your Day Job, Dr. Joseph Mercola's eHealthy News You Can Use. May 29, 2004.
- Your Family Could be Eating Organic Food for the Same Price as Processed Foods, Dr. Joseph Mercola's eHealthy News You Can Use. Feb 16, 2005.
- Children's Food Demands, Dr. Joseph Mercola's eHealthy News You Can Use. August 11, 2004.
- The Sweet Tooth: Defeating the Little Rascal, Dr. Joseph Mercola's eHealthy News You Can Use. October 13, 2004.
- Migraine and cerebral blood flow during centrifugation, The Lancet. Vol. 350. October 18, 1997. Colleen Huber (née Schmidt).
- "Cerebral blood flow and migraine incidence in spinning figure skaters," Headache Quarterly. Vol IX, No. 3, 1998. Colleen Huber (née Schmidt).
- The World vs. the Ear, Dr. Joseph Mercola's eHealthy News You Can Use. September 8, 2005.
- "Chaos Theory and Homeopathy," Homeopathy Today. Vol. 17, No. 6. June, 1997. Colleen Huber (née Schmidt).
- "A double-blind, placebo controlled trial: Arnica montana applied topically to subcutaneous mechanical injuries," Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy. Vol. 89, No. 4. Winter, 1996. Reprinted in European Journal of Classical Homeopathy. Vol II, No. 7-8. Fall-Winter, 1996. Colleen Huber (née Schmidt).
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