Dr. Tim Irving grew up in New York, and through his own healing journey found himself drawn to physical medicine and nutrition. In 1998, this journey took him to Boulder, Colorado, where he studied massage therapy. Through his studies and work with an osteopathic doctor in Longmont, Colorado, Dr. Irving found himself on a path that took him to Portland, where he received his degree in Chiropractic. In addition, knowing that nutrition is an integral part of physical medicine, he completed a Master of Science in Human Nutrition degree through the University of Bridgeport.
Dr. Irving’s clinical interests are mainly in the treatment of persistent pain through education. In addition, he is the dean for the School of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies at NUNM and helps to coordinate the undergraduate and graduate degrees programs. He could not do this without an excellent team of full-time faculty and staff and the chairs of the nutrition, and health sciences departments at NUNM.