Cutler Integrative Medicine is a premier award-winning wellness clinic which provides patients with unparalleled individualized naturopathic healthcare, education and support in their progression toward enhanced health of body, mind and spirit.
A nationally renowned expert in naturopathic medicine, Dr. Doug Cutler, ND, founded the Integrative Health Model™, and uses a holistic approach with naturopathic medicine to create breakthroughs in his patients health. His ability to empower patients to better health, after they have exhausted conventional methods, has patients on a extensive wait list to see him.
Dr. Cutler launched his new ClubIV™, one of the only FDA/USP-compliant IV/IM (intravenous/intramuscular) nutrient therapy clinics in Michigan. The advanced nutrient formulas are customized to increase energy, improve sleep, optimize immune function, recover cellular homeostasis, promote healing and recovery, reduce stress and anxiety, support weight loss, and much more. There is no comparison to the superior potency of nutrients delivered via IV/IM therapy. The dose bypasses the gastrointestinal system and is delivered directly into the bloodstream, so results are fast, allowing you to feel better, sooner.
Dr. Cutler’s philosophy and expertise, as a licensed naturopathic physician, is in discovering the underlying causes of illness while not only treating the symptoms – which are often the combination of factors; such as nutritional or biochemical dysfunctions, life style, genetics, environmental toxicants, as well as the mind, emotions, and beliefs.
As the only Doctor in Michigan to have advanced training in Environmental Medicine and Genetic Polymorphisms, Dr. Cutler also specializes in Naturopathic Medicine and Integrative Medicine with an expertise in Chemical & Toxic Metal Syndromes, Autoimmune Issues, Cardiotoxicology, Endocrine Issues, Psychoneuroimmunology, Allergies & Food Sensitivities, Gastrointestinal Issues, Pre-conception Care, Pediatrics, Hormonal Imbalances & Restoration, Anti-Aging, Weight Issues, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Disease Prevention & Health Education.
Doug Cutler, ND received his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University. He has also obtained postgraduate and extensive training in environmental medicine and genetic polymorphisms under the pioneering and leading experts in the field of medicine.
Dr. Cutler is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Michigan Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the American College for Advancement in Medicine, The Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and The Naturopathic Academy of Environmental Medicine.
What We Do
About Environmental Medicine
Environmental Medicine in our Bingham Farms, Michigan office focuses on understanding how environmental factors influence our health and behavior. It is the prevention of biological, chemical and toxin exposures, and lowering the total toxic burden on the body through multiple depurations (cleansing), detoxification, and chelation therapy protocols.
A doctor well trained and versed in environmental medicine, like Dr. Cutler, will be able to lower environmental toxins are adding to the total body burden.
About Integrative Medicine
Integrative Medicine in our Bingham Farms, Michigan office is the blending of the best from conventional medicine with the use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches and evidence-based global medical modalities to achieve optimal health and healing.
~Integrating the ancient wisdom of nature with modern research of science~
At Cutler Integrative Medicine, we select the very best, scientifically validated therapies from both conventional and alternative systems to address the whole person which encompasses the physical, psychological, social, environmental, mental and spiritual aspects of health and illness.
About Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic Medicine in our Bingham Farms, Michigan office is a distinctively natural approach to health and healing that recognizes the wisdom of the natural healing process. The whole person finds balance through the stimulation, enhancement, and support of the inherent healing capacity of the patient, Naturopathic Medicine achieves a deeper level of healing.
Naturopathic Physicians are trained to serve as primary care general practitioners who are experts in the prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of both acute and chronic health conditions. In the state of Michigan, Licensing is not yet available to have Naturopathic Doctors practice as primary care physicians, and many doctors, including Dr. Cutler, come from Licensed states and currently hold their license there.
Right now, Naturopathic doctors can not diagnose and treat in their full scope of practice in the state of Michigan. Naturopathic Physicians, as is stated in the Michigan Naturopathic Physicians Association, are the very few doctors in the state who have similar schooling as MD, and DO’s, from an accredited postgraduate four-year medical school, of which there are only six in the united states, specializing in Naturopathic care.
This is not to be confused with the few hundred people in the state of Michigan who call themselves “Doctors”, who have online, or minimal schooling. Dr. Cutler is proud to be a part of this pioneering field of medicine and has seen first hand the benefits and miracles of its care.
About Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in our Michigan is a collection of varied medical and health care systems, treatments, and products that are not regarded as part of conventional medicine or not integrated into the dominant health care paradigm. Conventional medicine (Western or allopathic medicine) is practiced by MDs (medical doctors) and DOs (doctors of osteopathic medicine) and by other health professionals, such as psychiatrists, psychologists, physical therapists, and nurses. “Complementary medicine” denotes the use of complementary and alternative medicine together with conventional medicine. “Alternative medicine” is a method that replaces conventional treatment and therapy.
About Holistic Medicine
Holistic medicine is based on the principle that we are interconnected beings, and what impacts one part of us will impact our entire self. When you visit us for holistic medicine at our Bingham Farms office, we don’t see you as just the sum of your symptoms. We use your symptoms as clues to what toxins are undermining your potential for perfect health and harmony. In today’s fast-paced and chemically-overloaded world, it’s never a question of if we are toxic, but of how toxic we are. We look at how nutritional deficiencies, a stressful lifestyle, environmental toxins, genetic risks and a negative outlook might be assailing your body, spirit, and psyche.
At Cutler Integrative Medicine, we help to cleanse and detoxify your body and stimulate its innate capacity for healing and defense. Our broad range of therapies in holistic medicine in Bingham Farms ranges from ancient health systems such as botanical medicine to scientifically-based practices such as clinical nutrition. Lighten the toxic load on your body with colon hydrotherapy, boost your immune system with constitutional hydrotherapy, release emotional blockages with kinesiology or experience the incredible benefits of energy healing.