Dr. Ginger Nash graduated from The National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1998. After graduating, she worked in the field of women’s health, speaking with and lecturing to hundreds of women interested in hormonal health throughout the U.S.

Dr. Nash moved to the East Coast in 1999 and has had a thriving practice in Connecticut since that year. She studied complex homeopathy for 10 years with Dr. Gerard Gueniot and for 3 years Dr. Nash worked alongside Dr. Peter D’Adamo at The Center for Personalized Medicine in Wilton, CT. Both complex herbal medicine and nutri-genomics are the cornerstones of her practice.

Dr. Nash taught at the University of Bridgeport’s College of Naturopathic Medicine clinic for 6 years and has taught seminars for health care practitioners throughout the U.S. and Canada for over a decade. She is currently working on a book about women’s health. 

Learning Points:

  • What is a healthy transition to menopause?
  • Should women use bio identical hormones?
  • How does our Lymphatic system influence hormonal health?


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