Dr. Paul Dabney is an accomplished medical researcher, biochemistry professor, author and presenter, having collaborated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration, Michigan State School of Veterinary Medicine, and East Tennessee State School of Medicine.
Active scientific careers at these institutions, spanning over 20 years, allowed Dr. Dabney to pursue his interests in epidemiology, clinical microbiology, microbiology research, and investigate the cause and spread of antimicrobial resistance of many food-borne pathogenic bacteria in the United States. As a result of his clinical and scientific training and military experiences as an Army Preventative Medical Officer , he became an expert in biological toxins and antimicrobial resistance of food-borne pathogens. Additionally, Dr. Dabney is in the process of completing his Ph.D in Public Health Epidemiology. Furthermore, Dr. Dabney completed his Naturopathic Medicine Degree from Kingdom College.
Dr. Dabney has launched a successful integrative/naturopathic practice that provides clients with natural and drug-free services, covering digestion disorders, arthritis, ADHD, adrenal fatigue, and stress management and more. The practice primary objectives are (1) optimize client’s health and well being through consultation, orthomolecular medicine, naturopathic modalities, and laboratory services; and (2) educate clients, local community, and medical health professionals of Toccoa, GA on existing practices of naturopathic medicine.