Dr. Amber Belt is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and treats people of all ages in accordance with naturopathic philosophy. Dr. Belt was born & raised in Kansas, graduating from Baker University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in English & Psychology. She attended naturopathic medical school at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, located in Tempe, Arizona. Upon graduation, she was awarded the High Academic Achievement Award as well as the Student Leadership Award.
Since graduating in 2004, Dr. Belt has enjoyed both practicing naturopathic medicine and teaching basic sciences and nutrition. She has also received specialty training in naturopathic pain medicine through the Naturopathic Academy of Therapeutic Injection. Dr. Belt is also currently a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
When treating a patient, Dr. Belt evaluates the person’s symptoms, physical examination, & laboratory testing to seek the root of his or her condition. Her treatment plans are an eclectic mix of naturopathic modalities tailored to the specific needs of the patient. These therapies may include: diet & nutrition (including IV nutrition), botanical medicine, acupuncture & Chinese medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, prolotherapy, mesotherapy, & physical medicine. It is extremely important to Dr. Belt to create an environment in which the patient learns about his or her condition & is an active participant in his or her treatment plan.
In her spare time, Dr. Belt enjoys spending time with her husband and son, playing roller derby, running, mountain biking, practicing yoga, and reading.
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.
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 her free time she enjoys hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding and traveling.
Erin Victor, NMD, is a primary care physician who focuses on family, women’s, and pediatric medicine as well as fertility and prenatal health. The practice of creating a foundation of health for the family as a whole, with prevention at its core, inspired her to become a physician. Her appreciation of the diversity of people’s lives fostered a passionate desire to help them become the fullest expression of themselves.
Dr. Victor’s philosophy centers on identifying and treating the root cause of a problem rather than just the symptoms, using the body’s innate ability to heal itself when given the tools it needs. This approach often requires in-depth work with nutrition and lifestyle to optimize health. As an expert in prevention and chronic disease, Dr. Victor believes in using customized naturopathic approaches to fit the specific needs of each client.
After graduating from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, Dr. Victor rediscovered her love of obstetrics and began her residency in home-birth midwifery, which she will complete with Mary Ann Baul at Womancare Midwifery in Flagstaff. She serves as a Board Member and officer of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association, co-chairing legislative affairs and serving on the marketing committee in order to increase awareness about naturopathic medicine and improve access in underserved communities.
A native Arizonan and an outdoor enthusiast, Dr. Victor is thrilled about returning to the Flagstaff community and is honored to serve at Flagstaff Clinic of Naturopathic Medicine and Womancare Midwifery.
Dr. Winter combines the most recent medical research with traditional natural therapies to create treatment protocols tailored to each individual’s needs. She is an Arizona native, and earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University. Her continued interest in the abilities of the human body led to her medical degree from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. At SCNM she learned the true importance of addressing mind, body, and spirit to achieve total wellness, which she incorporates, into every patient’s visit.
Dr. Winter discovered her passion for pain management, and continued training in prolotherapy and PRP prolotherapy from the American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Winter specializes in alternative pain therapies to effectively treat conditions ranging from acute injuries to chronic pain.
Her expertise in clinical nutrition, injection therapies, nutritional IV therapy, botanical medicine, acupuncture, and hormone replacement therapy has made her successful in treating a variety disorders.
In her free time Dr. Winter enjoys hiking, biking, rock climbing, cooking and spending time with family and friends.