Dr. Reynolds’ areas of focus are nutritional deficiencies and gut healing, metabolic conditions, and wellness consultations. She also specializes in pain management through holistic alternatives and other chronic disease management using medications and lifestyle modifications. Her passion for functional medicine started with her own health, and her experiences with gut healing. Dr. Reynolds truly believes that all diseases begin in the gut, a Hippocrates quote, that still is alive and effective today. She wants to help you transform your life from not feeling well, tired, and stressed, to transform your health through meditation, yoga therapies and balanced and organic nutrition.
Dr. Reynolds is a 18+ year clinical pharmacist. She developed a passion for functional medicine and treating the underlying causes of disease. In addition to PharmToTable Team, she practices as a clinical pharmacist and health champion in wellness with Covenant Health in Knoxville, TN. She also works as a yoga instructor to provide management of chronic conditions.
She is a graduate of University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy and completed her residency training at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. Her functional medicine education has come from a variety of different conferences, educational programs, and clinical experience. She has completed Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) from Institute of Functional Medicine.
Dr. Reynolds is passionate about working as a team to to cultivate a community of healing.
Dr. Reynolds married her husband, Bill in 2000 and they have two children. She has explored the world with Bill on his United States Air Force journey and has experienced a plethora of holistic, alternative and medical practices on her professional voyage.
As a family, they love traveling and spending time together, movies, and game nights. Her functional medicine journey has included small intestinal bacterial overgrowth(SIBO), fungal/candida overgrowth (SIFO), imbalance gut bacteria, food intolerances, and nutritional deficiencies.