Dr. Tuson-Turner is a licensed naturopathic physician and integrative medicine specialist. She splits her time as the Medical Director at the Center for Health and Rejuvenation in Accra, Ghana, and her private practice at FoRM Health in Portland, Oregon. Her clinical practice focuses on functional hormone balancing for men and women, pelvic pain, bladder disease (IC/PBS, incontinence), pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual and reproductive health. She offers specialty regenerative therapies through prolo and PRP injections, IV therapies, ozone therapies, and gynecologic regenerative injections.
Following undergraduate training in medical anthropology, Dr. Madeleine Tuson-Turner attended the National College of Natural Medicine (now NUNM) and earned a doctorate in naturopathic medicine, master’s degrees in both integrative medicine research and global health, and a certificate in natural childbirth.
Outside of her clinical work, she is faculty at the National University of Natural Medicine where she teaches graduate-level courses in the Naturopathic, Global Health, and Integrative Medicine Research departments at NUNM. She volunteers her time as a member of the Board of Directors for the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) and the chairperson of the Global Health Committee of the AANP. She is also an active member of the Research and Education Committees of the World Naturopathic Federation (WNF).
She is a contributing author to the Health Technology Assessment 2021 volume on Naturopathy: Practice, Effectiveness, Economics, and Safety.
She is a recipient of the Globe Trotter Award from NUNM for her dedication and work in establishing relationships and creating lasting educational and research-related partnerships in the field of global health.