Undergraduate courses taught: CAM 100, CAM 101, HERB 101, HERB 201, HERB 302, HERB 303, HERB 304, NAT 204, NAT 210, NAT 211, NAT 212, NAT 302, NAT 303, NAT 307, NUT 210, NUT 301, NUT 302, NUT 303, NUT 401, NUT 415, NUT 499, PHL 201, PHL 202, PSY 303
Graduate courses taught: HERB 502, HERB 503, HERB 504, NAT 501, NAT 502, NAT 503, NAT 504
For more than 25 years Dr. Teri Rada has been educating healthcare workers and caring for patients. Dr. Rada—a board-certified naturopathic physician and registered nurse—lives on a 100-acre ranch in rural east Texas. In 2003, she received her doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona and in 1997 she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Georgia.
During her career, Dr. Rada has taught in graduate and undergraduate, technical, and hospital-based programs, and in programs for the general public. As a care provider, she has worked with patients in both conventional and alternative medicine settings. Her primary area of focus is in the conventional medical arena, and as a registered nurse she’s focused on emergency and cardiac medicine. As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Rada has maintained a private general medicine practice that draws various clients with a wide range of conditions.
When she is not teaching or caring for patients, Dr. Rada enjoys spending time with her husband and four boys on their ranch where they raise feathered horses, Labrador retrievers, chickens, and a pygmy goat named Bugsy.
Last revised 4/3/19