Dr. Jam Caleda
I come from a perspective that health is the ability to return to a state of balance.
About Dr. Jam Caleda
Dr. Jam Caleda is a licensed Naturopathic Physician and joins the Integrative team for a two-year residency program. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Graphic Design at the University of Hawai’i, and is a graduate of the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon.
During his tenure at NCNM, Dr. Caleda was trained as a primary care physician. He has a background in conventional standard of care, clinical pharmacology, homeopathy, botanical medicine, and physical medicine.
As a student, Dr. Caleda completed multiple clinical rotations in minor surgery, IV therapy, orthopedic medicine, and primary care including a specialized six-month rotation in cardiology and pulmonology. Subsequently, Dr. Caleda has developed a special interest in minor surgery and chronic pain management.
In Their Words
I come from a perspective that health is the ability to return to a state of balance. It is inevitable that we become ailed by life. Whether it is a physical, biochemical, or energetic pathology that we experience, we must be able to restore our well-being. The body is an impressive work of engineering, and as a naturopathic physician, it is our goal to learn how the body performs its functions and help facilitate these mechanisms.
I have a deep interest in the mechanics of how our bodies compensate for disease. By removing barriers and supplying the components the body needs, it is my belief that it can be self-sustaining and always restore a state of health.
I lead the Integrative Fungal Nail Treatment program, providing a holistic approach to traditional fungal nail treatments that combines laser treatment with debridement and extensive aftercare education.