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Mollie Parker Szybala, ND

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Mollie Parker Szybala earned her doctorate from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Post graduation, Mollie went on to receive specialty training in the human microbiome including individualized nutrition counseling, fecal microbiota transplantion (FMT), and helminthic counseling. During her training at Microbiomes, LLC; the first company in the United States to develop and successfully deliver FMT capsules, she learned to use the microbiome to help treat many chronic illnesses. In practice, Mollie uses her training to offer a novel approach to autoimmune conditions, gastrointestinal conditions, allergies, Alzheimer's, asthma, cancer, autism, anxiety, depression, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and many more.

Mollie was born and raised in Ketchum, Idaho and spends her time enjoying family, friends, and all that the outdoors has to offer.

Cory Szybala, ND

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Cory Szybala earned his doctorate from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Originally trained as a biochemist, working as a researcher, he has a unique perspective and passion for integrative medicine. He believes in helping each of his clients (re)discover their optimal health by helping them remove any obstacles to cure while nurturing a healthy state of being using an integrative approach (e.g. diet and lifestyle counseling, herbal medicine, homeopathy, and vitamin or mineral supplementation, if necessary). In practice, Cory focuses on offering an integrative approach to family medicine including men’s health, pediatrics, nutritional counseling, diabetes, sports medicine and rehabilitation, pain relief, hormonal dysregulation, and much more.

When not in the office he enjoys spending time with his family going on hikes, bicycle rides, swimming, or finding new areas to climb.



At Sun Valley Natural Medicine, we believe the best way to promote long-lasting health and wellbeing, the practitioner and client must work together. This is why we spend more time with our clients asking detailed questions and obtaining a thorough health history. We believe that by understanding a person's whole story we can better determine the root cause of a particular issue, or issues, and develop a personalized health plan that will work for each individual's unique challenges and lifestyle. By providing these services we are providing a choice to the greater community. A choice to use less invasive, less toxic, and less stressful methods to manage health and disease.