About Dr. Ehrlich

Dr. Nathan Ehrlich, N.D.  is a Naturopathic Physician practicing on Maui, Hawaii since 1988. He is a graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon from where he received his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine (N.D.) degree in 1988.  His premedical training was done at Albright College where he received his Bachelor of Science in PsychoBiology along with a Cluster in Hispanic Studies in 1984.  From 1981 to 1984, while in college, he worked at the St. Joseph Hospital in Reading, Pennsylvania as Laboratory Technical Assitant and Phlebotomist.

He has done externships with the Portland Naturopathic Clinic, Portland, OR; and preceptored with Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D., Tuscon, AZ a world renowned physician, author and leader in the field of Holistic Medicine, Dr. Alec Burton, DO, Sidney, Australia, an authority in the field of Natural Hygiene and fasting, Dr. Harold Dick, N.D. Spokane, WA (deceased), a naturopathic physician heralded as one of the authorities in hydrotherapy, among others.  Dr. Ehrlich did a 6 month internship with Dr. Michael Dickens, N.D. on Maui in 1988.

Dr. Ehrlich founded the Ola Ha Holistic Health Clinic in 1989 on Maui for which he has been owner and director to present day.   He is a member of the Hawaii Society of Naturopathic Physicians since 1989 for which he has served as vice-president (1996-1997 and 2008-2009).  He is a member of  the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians since 1989.

Dr. Ehrlich continues his practice of Regenerative Medicine in which began under the instruction of since deceased mentor Dr. Rick Marinelli, ND in 2003.  He has trained in Prolotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma therapy with leaders in the field and continues to pursue new techniques and greater understanding in this new frontier field of medicine which assuredly will become an integrated cornerstone in modern medicine.

Dr. Ehrlich is certified in the state of Hawaii to perform Parenteral therapy (IV and injections therapies ) and minor surgical procedures.

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