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Dr. Nicole Shusterman, ND

A licensed naturopathic doctor trained in primary care with the foundation of evidence-informed traditional nature cure. She received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from an accredited 4 year medical program at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. This training consisted of 4,100 hours of instruction and 1,200 hours of hands-on clinical training. ND degree programs must meet the standards established by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME), a governing body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. NUNM is one of only seven accredited programs in North America. She is also certified in pharmacology by the North American Board of Naturopathic Examiners,  and feels confident in understanding your full medical history and working in an integrative manner to utilize the best of what conventional and natural medicine have to offer. More information about her approach to healing can be found below.

Her specialty is focused on using botanical medicine and homeopathy to ignite the “vis medicatrix naturae” or innate healing process so that you may optimize your wellness. With a diverse range of therapies as tools, also incorporating dietary and lifestyle counseling and supplementation, we are able to approach your whole-health in a truly holistic way.


Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine-NUNM (Portland, Oregon)

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Minor in Chemistry-University of Texas at Austin

Continuing Professional Development and Trainings


  • Clinical Homeopathy Certificate Program
    • The Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy (CEDH) 
  • UNDA Mentorship: Hormones + Endocrine + Thyroid + Preconception, Urinary + Kidney Conditions, Respiratory + Immunity/Autoimmunity + Allergies + Colds
    • Golden Heart Medicine School of Health + Healing with Dr. Renee Hubka ND, LAc.
  • UNDA Numbered Compounds: Patient Assessment, Evaluation and Practical Application. Seroyal
    • Dr. Dickson Thom, DDS, ND


  • Cranialsacral Therapy I, II
    • Moving Mountain Institute with Michael McMahon, LAc, LMT
  • Drainage Homeopathy and UNDA Numbers
    • Dr. Amy Bader, ND; Michael McMahon, LAc, LMT
  • OPMC Pain Management Module


Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is distinguished by a set of core principles that underlie and determine every aspect of its practice. These principles guide my assessment and treatment strategies.




Healthy Food Relationships in the Holiday Season

Winter is coming. The leaves are changing color, the sun is setting earlier, and the weather is supposed to be getting colder (you’re never really sure living in Texas). With this time of the year most of us have something in common to look forward to and that’s the festive holiday season.

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Minds Awash with Winter Squash

As Fall beckons and Winter looms ahead, many of us here in the United States, and around the world as well, will be greeted by the familiar sight of Winter Squash. These bright colored and oblong shaped fruits come in many forms.

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All About Cholesterol

Cholesterol Defined:

Cholesterol is a steroid compound produced in the liver to be delivered systemically. You may be familiar with measures like “total cholesterol” or subtypes like …

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Immune Support Foundations

Astragalus membranaceus has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries, and since then has gained a worldwide reputation as a powerful immune tonic. Astragalus is indigenous to the Northern and Eastern areas of China, and can …

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Disclaimer: The state of Texas does not currently license Naturopathic Doctors. Thus, Dr. Nicole Shusterman, ND maintains an active naturopathic medical license in the state of Kansas, and acts in Texas as a naturopathic wellness consultant, not as a physician. The recommendations Dr. Shusterman provides are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.