Dr. Kirby Thompson, ND, MSOM, LAc first became interested in Naturopathic Medicine when her father became ill with a debilitating diagnosis. He had to stop practicing medicine and was given a grave prognosis. He soon started seeing a Naturopathic Physician. Within one year he was practicing medicine again. It was a miracle. I also had some health issues and went to the same Naturopathic Physician and with time, the skin issues resolved. I was amazed and thought, “I would LOVE to do that.” So, I went to Naturopathic medical school.
Kirby Thompson, ND, MSOM, LAc received undergraduate degrees from Carson Newman College in Jefferson City, TN in chemistry, biology, and education. She received a Master’s degree in science education in 2004 from Piedmont College in Demorest, GA. Dr. Kirby Thompson has taught chemistry, biology, physical science, cellular biology, environmental biology and ecology since 1999. Dr. Thompson graduated with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from National University of Health Sciences in 2012 as valedictorian.
Dr. Thompson began practicing Naturopathic Medicine in Naperville, IL with an experienced Naturopathic colleague. While practicing in Naperville, she finished her degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at National University of Health Sciences. She graduated from Oriental medical school as Salutatorian. She became licensed to practice acupuncture and began practicing Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture, and Oriental Medicine at Wildflower Wellness, LLC in Hattiesburg, MS. She is thrilled to bring the therapies and practice of Wildflower Wellness, LLC to the Lake Norman Area of North Carolina.
Dr. Kirby Thompson continues to treat those diagnosed with wide variety of diseases both acute and chronic. Her education and clinical experience have influenced the integrative approaches she employs to restore the human body to optimal wellness from physical, emotional and spiritual ailments.
Dr. Thompson has seen that it does the disease diagnosis. It is the physiology, organs and organ systems must be identified. Once the body is supported through the therapeutic order, there can be resolution of that diseased state. Wellness is possible.