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Melissa Dybala, ND, DC

Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences and Naturopathic Clinician 

Melissa Dybala, ND, DC, is a clinician in the naturopathic medicine department at National University of Health Sciences’ Whole Health Center. In her role, she oversees patient care, ensuring that standards of care are followed. She currently teaches courses in naturopathic theory, neurology, pathology, and business. 

She earned her Doctor of Chiropractic and Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from National University of Health Sciences and her Bachelor of Science from Governors State University. 

In addition to teaching, she also operates New Day Wellness Center, a private practice in Wheaton where she serves as a primary care physician. She also co-manages patient cases with MDs, DOs, and other medical specialists.  

Before becoming a physician, she worked as a pharmacy technician for over a decade,  giving her a different perspective of pharmacology and allopathic treatments. This position fueled her drive and interest in the alternative medicine field, as she saw a definite need for natural and conservative therapy integration within the field of conventional medicine.   

Outside of NUHS, her hobbies include camping, biking, watching movies, and taking care of her pets. 

Faculty Info

Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences
ND Clinician - NUHS Whole Health Center, Lombard

BS, Governors State University, 2006
ND, DC, National University of Health Sciences, 2010, 2012

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