Tori Hudson, ND


With over 30 years experience as a naturopathic physician, Dr. Tori Hudson is counted among the leading experts in women’s health and natural medicine. Graduating from NCNM in 1984, Dr. Hudson would go on to serve as the school’s Medical Director and Academic Dean, and has also taught at Bastyr University and Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. She currently serves as medical director of her own integrative practice, A Woman’s Time, serving the general health care needs of women. Dr. Hudson also acts as Director of Research and Development at the supplement company Vitanica, producing natural formulas for women.

Dr. Hudson’s groundbreaking work in women’s health has been awarded with the President’s Award from AANP, the Naturopathic Physician of the Year award, and the Natural Products Association Pioneer Award. Dr. Hudson has served as a scientific and editorial consultant on a variety of boards, from the natural product industry to medical advisory panels. She has authored a variety of research articles, and her book, Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine is the leading resource in the field.

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