Progress Your Health
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Dr. Maki!! This is Dr. Robert Maki’s bio and it is being written by his wife, partner in crime… I mean, partner in life and business, Dr. Valorie Davidson. So needless to say, I think Dr. Maki is Superman. But I assure you, all his patients and clients say the same thing. I know what you’re thinking, ‘Why isn’t Dr. Maki writing his own bio?’. Well, it’s really hard to write about yourself. Especially when it is supposed to be accolades and all the “stuff’ you have done in your life that people are supposed to applaud to. Not that I don’t think Dr. Maki shouldn’t have a standing ovation with lots of roses thrown at his feet… But he is humble and really just wants to help people feel better. That is what we are about here at Progress Your Health. We want to help you.
We want to help you:
Have more energy
Achieve and maintain your ideal weight
Sleep better and wake up rested
Improve mood, no more irritation and impatience
Prevent age-related disease… I know ‘doctor talk’. But reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia
So in a nutshell: Feel better now but maintain the best quality of life for as long as possible.
Well who is this Dr. Maki, you might ask? Where did he come from? Well, he is not from Krypton, but from a small town in northern Wisconsin called Superior. He graduated in 1998, from a private Benedictine school that specializes in health sciences, College of St. Scholastica near his hometown. He then graduated in 2003 from Bastyr University (one of the leading accredited naturopathic medical schools in the world). This is where we met and fell in love with the pacific northwest (me first, of course!). He has been practicing between our offices in Washington and California since 2003.
9375 Archibald Ave. #311 91730 Rancho Cucamonga, CA, US
Bastyr University, Seattle
Progress Your Health
Have more energy, Achieve and maintain your ideal weight, Sleep better and wake up rested, Improve mood, no more irritation and impatience, Prevent age-related disease… I know ‘doctor talk’. But reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia