IMG_70521Specializing in Bioidentical Hormones (BHRT), Nutrition, and Diabetes

As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Beck’s medical school and residency took place in Arizona, supervised by medical, osteopathic, and naturopathic doctors of all specialties in public and private settings.

Eager to set out on his own, he quickly established a highly reputable private practice seeing patients from all over America, but based in Port Townsend, WA. This was the beginning of his consulting career, as at the time (2002) only a dozen states had passed legislation allowing naturopathic doctors the ability to practice. Demand was high across the country, and Dr. Beck obliged by offering consultations for a range of issues. In February of 2011, his practice was assumed by another doctor allowing him to spend more time with his wife and son while traveling across the United States and Canada.

He then launched a medical advisory business to meet a growing demand from expatriates that he discovered during his travels abroad. Already he had many patients from around the country who preferred the convenience of being able to set up a phone or video call within hours of asking for an appointment. These individuals appreciate the following three standards, or as Dr. Beck refers, the Three E’s:

  • Exclusivity
  • Excellence
  • Expediency

By meeting these three standards, Dr. Beck caters to a unique niche that prefers to foster a relationship built on dependability, convenience, and proven treatment results that change people’s lives. By offering his services via video and/or phone and proving himself to be a problem solver when it comes to the limitations of not being on site, he has established the trust and confidence of patients throughout the world.

Because he cannot legally practice medicine without a license in the state, country or jurisdiction outside the states he maintains licenses in, he is considered a consultant and “patients” are instead referred to as “clients” for legal purposes. While utilizing his services, it is suggested that you maintain a relationship with a local family physician or specialist. If the need for emergency services ever arises you will have a familiar face on hand.