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Peace Wellness Center



At Peace Wellness Center we offer a wide range of treatments that work together to enhance our patients’ wellbeing as a whole rather than just focusing on the symptomatic issues present. Every patient’s treatment plan is unique and designed to treat the individual’s current health and their desired future goals. Most treatment plans utilize a host of different therapies and other available modalities.


Our goal is to aide in disease prevention and remediation through a naturopathic and holistic approach, empowering patients to retain control over their health and lifestyles. Each Physician at Peace Wellness Center specializes in individual unique approaches to treating. With the Physicians and the assistance of the Center’s staff, patients have access to a multitude of services, treatments, therapies and products.


Why Choose Us

Our naturopathic and holistic approach treats the whole person, not the disease. Not only can we help resolve current problems, we focus on preventative care that enhances your entire wellbeing. Every patient’s treatment plan is unique.


In addition to traditional medicines, we also offer a wide variety of herbal and botanical supplements that enhance our patients' health.



Our consultations look at our patient's complete lifestyle, and work with them to improve all areas of their well-being.



We offer nutritional guidance and counseling to combate disease, improve general well-being, and aide in weight loss.



Looking at your overall well-being, we provide assistance in crafting a well-rounded lifestyle to promote both physical and mental health.


What is Naturopathic Medicine?

Naturopathic medicine is based on the belief that the human body has an innate healing ability. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) teach their patients to use diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and cutting edge natural therapies to enhance their bodies' ability to ward off and combat disease. NDs view the patient as a complex, interrelated system (a whole person), not as a clogged artery or a tumor. Naturopathic physicians craft comprehensive treatment plans that blend the best of modern medical science and traditional natural medical approaches to not only treat disease, but to also restore health.

Naturopathic physicians base their practice on six timeless principles founded on medical tradition and scientific evidence.

  • Let nature heal. Our bodies have such a powerful, innate instinct for self-healing. By finding and removing the barriers to this self-healing—such as poor diet or unhealthy habits—naturopathic physicians can nurture this process.
  • Identify and treat causes. Naturopathic physicians understand that symptoms will only return unless the root illness is addressed. Rather than cover up symptoms, they seek to find and treat the cause of these symptoms.
  • First, do no harm. Naturopathic physicians follow three precepts to ensure their patients' safety:
    1. Use low-risk procedures and healing compounds—such as dietary supplements, herbal extracts and homeopathy—with few or no side effects.
    2. When possible, do not suppress symptoms, which are the body's efforts to self-heal. For example, the body may cook up a fever in reaction to a bacterial infection. Fever creates an inhospitable environment for the harmful bacteria, thereby destroying it. Of course, the naturopathic physician would not allow the fever to get dangerously high.
    3. Customize each diagnosis and treatment plan to fit each patient. We all heal in different ways and the naturopathic physician respects our differences.
  • Educate patients. Naturopathic medicine believes that doctors must be educators, as well as physicians. That's why naturopathic physicians teach their patients how to eat, exercise, relax and nurture themselves physically and emotionally. They also encourage self-responsibility and work closely with each patient.
  • Treat the whole person. We each have a unique physical, mental, emotional, genetic, environmental, social, sexual and spiritual makeup. The naturopathic physician knows that all these factors affect our health. That's why he or she includes them in a carefully tailored treatment strategy.
  • Prevent illness. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" has never been truer. Proactive medicine saves money, pain, misery and lives. That's why naturopathic physicians evaluate risk factors, heredity and vulnerability to disease. By getting treatment for greater wellness, we're less likely to need treatment for future illness.

--from the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians



Timothy S. Peace, NMD


Dr. Timothy S. Peace, NMD received his BS in chemistry/biochemistry magna cum laude from Arizona State University in 1995 and his NMD (Naturopathic Medical Doctor degree) from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2001. Dr. Peace is a fully licensed practicing naturopathic physician with prescriptive privileges here in Arizona.

Dr. Peace is a General Practitioner offering a wide selection of services including: Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement, Stem Cell Therapies, Chelation Therapy, Acupuncture, Vitamin IV therapy, Trigger Point injections, Prolo Therapy, Neural Therapy, B12 injections, and nutritional counseling. Dr. Peace also has a full medicinary offering physician grade vitamins/supplements and a botanical pharmacy within his practice.

Dr. Peace’s approach to medicine utilizes all modalities to create a program that is specific to each person’s needs for healing to occur. Dr. Peace understands that each person is different and unique so creating specific protocols is vital to that person's health and healing. Therefore, Dr. Peace specializes in personalized medicine. It is this approach to healing and medicine that makes Dr. Peace’s practice such a huge success.


Dr. Timothy Peace, NMD
Naturopathic Doctor

What is a naturopathic doctor?

Naturopathic physicians are Doctors/Licensed Primary Care Providers with Prescription Rights (prescribing up to DEA Class II narcotics) who are specialists in holistic diagnosis and natural therapeutics. They are trained to seek out the least invasive intervention required to effect a cure. This often includes changes in diet, counseling, and lifestyle modification which may require the use of medications, physical therapeutics, or minor surgery. Naturopathic doctors always look for the underlying cause of the illness and do not just focus on the most apparent symptoms.

All modern licensed naturopathic physicians have a Doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine (NMD) from a federally recognized medical school. Their education includes:

  • The same premedical undergraduate coursework required by other schools of medicine
  • A competitive application and admission process
  • Graduation from a four-year, federally recognized, naturopathic medical school
  • Two years of supervised clinical internship
  • Residency programs

Naturopathic medical students study the same basic and clinical sciences as do other medical students, and in addition, a full spectrum of natural medicines and therapies. As primary care providers, naturopathic physicians use:

  • Standard medical diagnostic techniques such as extensive health history, physical examination, blood tests, radiology, and other standard laboratory procedures.
  • Holistic interpretation in order to find the underlying cause of the disease process.
  • Natural medicines and therapies as the first line of treatment, and rational use of drugs and surgery

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