Dr. Jorge Reveron, ND

Dr. Jorge Reveron is a licensed primary care physician in the state of Arizona where he received his doctoral degree from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (SCNM). His clinical training is focused on acupuncture, family medicine, and pediatrics. Post- graduation he received further training in men’s health and bio-identical hormone therapy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and minor in Italian Studies, and a master’s degree in Fitness and Human Performance. He currently is seeing patients virtually in Arizona.

Dr. Reveron holds an active medical license in Arizona.

Dr. Jorge Reveron, ND
Dr. Jorge Reveron, ND

Dr. Jorge Reveron, ND

Dr. Jorge Reveron is a licensed primary care physician in the state of Arizona where he received his doctoral degree from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (SCNM). His clinical training is focused on acupuncture, family medicine, and pediatrics. Post- graduation he received further training in men’s health and bio-identical hormone therapy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and minor in Italian Studies, and a master’s degree in Fitness and Human Performance. He currently is seeing patients virtually in Arizona.

Dr. Reveron holds an active medical license in Arizona.

About Me

In 2011, I was determined to go to medical school. I have dreamed of becoming a medical doctor since I was very young. This career aspiration was briefly placed on hold as I decided to pursue a master’s degree. One of my projects in the master’s program was a research project in which I developed a fitness program for children ages 3-5 years of age. My purpose for this project was to help teachers incorporate fitness into their curriculum. Why? The childhood obesity and diabetes rate was already doubled from early 1990s due to lack of recess / PE and poor nutrition in the educational system.

My Story

My research project led me to look into integrative medicine. As I was studying the benefits of exercise, I wondered what medical school integrated nutrition and fitness into their curriculum. Sadly, almost none. During this time, I found naturopathic medicine. While researching this profession, I came across other modalities or tools – besides nutrition, exercise, and pharmaceuticals – that doctors can use to help treat people. I began to question why conventional doctors don’t use these. For example, why did my mom’s doctor not recommend a more thorough nutrition plan, physical activity program, botanical medicine or acupuncture for diabetes? I never asked, but this led me to highly consider naturopathic medicine.

Naturopathic medicine resonated with me personally too. As a young child I was constantly going to the urgent care due to asthma, bronchitis, or pneumonia. When not in the clinic, or on medication, my family would use botanical medicine in the form of teas and a type of Amazonian honey. I was born in Venezuela, so this type of honey was often used by Amazon natives to treat people and readily available parts of the country. In a way, I felt like naturopathic medicine allowed me to get in touch with a forgotten culture of traditional medicine. While at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, I focused on learning another traditional forms of medicine – Acupuncture and TCM. Further studies include learning about botanical properties of the plants in the native Southwest USA.

Dr. Jorge Reveron, ND

When not seeing patients, you can find me spending time at coffeeshops, traveling around Arizona, enjoying time with my friends, educating myself in a variety of topics, or chilling with my dog Scooter.