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Dr. Shawn Naylor

Dr. Shawn Naylor

Dr. Shawn Naylor

Osteopathic Family Physician
Background & Credentials

Shawn Naylor, DO completed his undergraduate training in human physiology in 2001 at McGill University in Montreal. He earned his medical degree from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine California in 2005. This was followed by a traditional rotating internship and residency training in Family Medicine at St Anthony Hospital in Denver, CO. He has completed more than seven hundred hours of continuing education training, mainly in Osteopathic Manipulation, Functional Medicine, Prolotherapy, Neuraltherapy, Ozonotherapy and Autonomic Response Testing. Additionally, Dr Naylor has been an instructor in prolotherapy, and is a member of the American Academy of Ozonotherapy, The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society and the American Osteopathic Association. He is a clinical preceptor for Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine and a is affiliated with Rose Medical Center.

Areas Of Expertise

Dr. Naylor believes in the science of conventional medicine. However, he has also been influenced by the teachings of A.T Still, MD and Deitrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD. He has come to believe, as did Dr. Still, in the body’s ability to heal itself given the right conditions. Dr. Naylor feels that many who fall through the cracks of the conventional paradigm can still be helped. Dr. Klinghardt built upon the principles of Applied Kinesiology when he developed Autonomic Response Testing (ART). Perhaps best described as a diagnostic adjunct, ART makes it possible to know things about what makes us sick – things that even the latest modern technology cannot tell us. ART can shed light on what we’re allergic to, which toxins we have accumulated, and even which psychoemotional traumas we have not resolved. But, perhaps more than anything else, ART can be used to help figure out which infections have made us home – and what we need to do about them.

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