about Diana Quinn, ND


Dr. Diana Quinn (she/her) is a Board-certified Naturopathic Doctor specializing in women’s health, endocrinology and psychoneuroimmunology.  She is a graduate of the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, Oregon. 

Dr. Quinn has been in clinical consultative practice since 2006. She currently sees patients at an interdisciplinary clinic in Ann Arbor, Integrative Healthcare Providers.  Her clinical experience includes four years at the Integrative Medicine department at Beaumont Hospital focusing on integrative oncology, women’s health and cardio-metabolic disease.  In addition she has previously provided services at Michigan Associates of Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine, and Shalva Psychiatry.

Dr. Quinn’s approach is holistic and eclectic, incorporating nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, mind-body and Nature-Based therapies. In 2013 she trained with Julia Ross (The Mood Cure, The Diet Cure) in the use of amino acid and neuronutrient therapy for integrative mental health, an effective and non-invasive approach to improving mood, energy and sleep.  She is dedicated to a lifetime of learning in the healing arts, expanding the modalities in her toolkit to support and empower patients in achieving wellness.

Since 2016, Dr. Quinn has been studying as a shamanic practitioner with The Power Path, with a root in the practices of the Mexican Huichol tradition as well as the Shipibo of the Peruvian Amazon. More information about shamanism and shamanic healing can be found here.

Committed to increasing access to naturopathic medicine, Dr. Quinn served as President of the Michigan Association of Naturopathic Physicians (MANP) from 2007 to 2011, and as Legislative Chair until 2012.  She was a founding member of the Ann Arbor Holistic Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the International Association of Functional Neurology, and Society for Shamanic Practice.

An avid environmentalist, she loves spending time in nature. Her pastimes include knitting, reading, smashing the patriarchy, and cooking delicious meals for her family. She lives with her wife and their four daughters in Southeast Michigan.