Dr. Frank Song is a Naturopathic Doctor focusing on Lyme disease and chronic illness. Dr. Song is additionally interested in mind-body medicine and has a background in mental health work and holistic/nutritional counseling. He is committed to helping his patients physically recover from their ailments and provide the necessary time and resources to explore the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects to health.
Dr. Song holds a master's in human nutrition and believes that food is one of the major foundations of medicine. Empowering patients with the knowledge to make intentional food and lifestyle choices is the basis of Dr. Song's approach to healing.
Dr. Song appreciates the uniqueness of each of us, and that we have different life and health experiences. By holding that intention, Dr. Song approaches each patient with an open heart and mind to hear his/her/their unique story. He additionally is committed to cultural competency, trauma informed care, and creating and maintaining safe spaces for LGBTQ+ individuals.
Dr. Song earned his doctorate in naturopathic medicine and master's in human nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He holds bachelor's degrees in biology and cultural anthropology from the University of Virginia. He is an active member of the International Congress of Naturopathic Medicine (ICNM) and has been a speaker and ambassador to the organization since 2017.
Dr. Song has also held positions as Chapter Vice President and Professional Development Chair for the National Medical Student Association (NMSA) at Bridgeport. He was also the NSGA Class President for the Class of 2020 for 4 years during his time in Naturopathic Medical School. Dr. Song was a Dr. James D'Adamo Pathfinder Scholar and received 4 years of training in bioinformatics, blood type/anthropomorphic diets, and epigenetic based medicine.
Dr. Song is a professional musician and has played gigs all around the world. He believes that music is also medicine and can be a channel to connect and bring healing sound and messages to all communities. In his free time, he can be found running through the forest, swimming in the rivers, foraging for herbs and edible plants, and writing music and poetry with kindred spirits.