Discover comprehensive cancer care at Brio-Medical, Scottsdale’s premier integrative cancer clinic.
Led by renowned expert Dr. Nathan Goodyear, Brio offers a 7-week personalized program that combines evidence-based treatments, lifestyle adjustments, and compassionate support.
Embrace a transformative healing journey with our holistic approach to cancer care.
About Brio Medical
Brio-medical, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, stands at the forefront of integrative cancer treatment, pioneering a unique approach that combines both conventional and alternative therapies. Under the leadership of Dr. Nathan Goodyear, an esteemed expert in integrative medicine, the clinic offers comprehensive care that looks beyond symptoms to address the root causes of cancer, considering the physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of each patient’s well-being.
Central to Brio-Medical’s offerings is their 7-week integrative cancer program. Tailored to the individual’s unique condition, this program offers a multifaceted approach to treatment. It includes a blend of traditional cancer therapies, alternative treatments, lifestyle changes, and holistic supportive care. Throughout these seven weeks, patients are enveloped in a supportive environment, benefiting from the collaborative expertise of a dedicated team of integrative physicians, specialists, and therapists.
The strength of Brio-Medical lies in its commitment to evidence-based practices and its collaborative treatment model. By merging the best aspects of conventional and alternative medicine, and by continually updating their practices with the latest research in integrative medicine, Brio-Medical ensures that patients receive a caliber of care that is both innovative and holistic.
At the heart of the clinic’s philosophy is a message of hope. Dr. Goodyear emphasizes the power of optimism, empowerment, and resilience, stating, “Fear may have led you to this point, but let hope guide you forward.” In line with this belief, treatments are personalized, addressing each patient’s unique needs and circumstances. By focusing on the underlying causes of cancer and addressing them methodically, the clinic seeks to maximize treatment outcomes and elevate overall patient health.
For anyone navigating the challenges of a cancer diagnosis, Brio-Medical promises to be a supportive partner on the healing journey. With a foundation in research, a focus on personalized care, and a compassionate team led by Dr. Goodyear, the clinic extends an invitation to join them in a collective quest for health and well-being.
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Meet The Doctors
Nathan Goodyear MD, MDH, ABAARM, FMNM
Dr. Goodyear is deeply passionate about connecting the science of Wellness Medicine with its clinical applications, with the ultimate goal of teaching the body how to heal. His approach to medicine is rooted in disease prevention, resolution, and the promotion of the Wellness Lifestyle. He is a strong advocate for a solution-based, Integrative Medicine approach that’s firmly grounded in scientific principles.
Dr. Goodyear’s impressive credentials include:
- A Doctor of Medicine degree from LSU Health Sciences Center.
- Board Certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also notably served as the Chief Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Tennessee.
- Fellowship in Functional and Regenerative Medicine. Additionally, he has served on the board of the American Functional Medicine Association.
- A license from the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Board in the State of Arizona.
Dr. Walter Kim ( MD)
Dr. Kim, a cancer survivor himself, understands the challenges and difficulties that come with being diagnosed with cancer. He has firsthand experience with the fears, doubts, questions, and suffering that cancer patients, as well as their families and friends, go through. He has a background in Internal Medicine and Nuclear Medicine, which has provided him with a diagnostic perspective. Although he did not plan to transition into cancer care, he believes that the opportunity to do so was a Godsend, and he has been treating cancer patients for over 14 years in an integrative setting. Dr. Kim is open-minded about all types of treatments, including western conventional approaches, and supports patients’ choices while also educating them about additional therapeutic approaches. His niche is providing aftercare to patients who have received treatment from centers outside of the US, as well as patients who need care in the US without an established oncologist. Dr. Kim is a fighter against cancer and remains committed to his patients.
Dr. Miranda LaBandt (NMD)
She graduated from the National University of Health Sciences in Illinois before completing a CNME accredited residency in integrative oncology under Dr. Michael Traub, ND, in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. She combines naturopathic philosophy with conventional medicine to help her patients achieve and maintain optimal health in a safe and natural manner. Dr. LaBant believes in the innate ability of the body to self-regulate and heal when given proper guidance. She works closely with her patients to empower them and uncover underlying factors contributing to illness. By utilizing clinical expertise and laboratory data, she aims to re-establish health and function on all levels, rather than merely suppressing symptoms. Dr. LaBant specializes in treating a range of digestive disorders, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), and Inflammatory Bowel Disease and many more.
Dr. Tam Spat (NMD)
Dr. Tam Spat is a licensed naturopathic physician in Arizona who has been working in the medical field since 1986. Before becoming a naturopathic physician, he worked as a Respiratory Therapist in various hospital environments, including adult, pediatric, and neonatal intensive care units, as well as emergency rooms, trauma centers, burn units, and urgent care clinics. Dr. Spat holds a BS degree with a major in Respiratory Therapy and a minor in Chemistry from Loma Linda University. He then obtained his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, which is one of the five accredited naturopathic medical schools in the nation. During his clinical rotations at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Spat was trained in three different types of medicine, including natural medicine, conventional medicine, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Additionally, he received advanced training in acupuncture at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. Dr. Spat’s extensive education and integrative medical training allow him to explore all possible avenues for healing and ensure that serious health conditions are not overlooked or misdiagnosed.