Dr. Emily Davenport is a family practice doctor who specializes in women’s medicine and hormonal health, everything from menopause and andropause to thyroid and adrenals. If you have “weird” symptoms or simply feel tired, she can help you. Dr. Davenport makes sure to take the time with each patient to get to the root cause of all your health concerns. Hormone imbalances can affect many aspects of the body, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and gastrointestinal issues. She is a recognized leader in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and the closest thing to an Endocrinologist in Northern Arizona.
Her newest passion is doing extensive research on Ebstein Barr Virus (EBV) and has had great success will all her EBV patients. She has been treating EBV for a few years and is using some new and exciting therapies.
Dr. Davenport has been very involved promoting Naturopathic health care, and has performed many hours of service, including helping women and their children on the reservation and in various domestic violence shelters. Dr. Davenport has traveled extensively and in 2010 she joined a medical team in Haiti to help the earthquake victims.
Emily Davenport grew up in Chandler, Arizona. Dr. Davenport earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology with a genetics emphasis from Arizona State University. Her work study position was under Dr. Kumar, one of the leaders in the genome project. After earning her B.S. degree, Dr. Davenport became involved in a research project at Sun Health Research Institute, a genetics lab, working on a cure for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. She loved conducting research, but felt the call to become a medical practitioner, which lead her to Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where she became a Naturopathic Doctor in 2008. In her free time she enjoys hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, traveling, and most of all spending time with her family.