Dr. Joe Holcomb N.M.D.

Managing Physician – Pathway to Wellness Clinic

Dr. Holcomb is a physician at the Pathway to Wellness clinic in Cedar City, UT. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University.

He then continued on to medical school at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where he was involved in organizing two student clubs, one that focused on the philosophy of natural medicine and the other that strived to help license Naturopathic physicians in all 50 states.

Dr. Holcomb also organized and was the chairman for the first “Gathering”, a naturopathic philosophical conference whose main purpose is to bring the ‘elders’ (long practicing Naturopathic Doctors) into contact with the students of Naturopathic Medicine, this conference still continues today and is held annually.

At his graduating ceremony Dr. Joe was presented with an Outstanding Leadership Award for all of his extra curricular activities. He then went on to complete a residency through National College of Naturopathic Medicine and spent time in Spokane, Washington and Provo, Utah. He has been in private practice in Cedar City, Utah since 2007. 

He has been a frequent guest lecturer at the Nursing College at Southern Utah University since and also speaks at various church and community groups about a natural approach to health, Acupuncture: a LDS perspective, and local herbs and how to use them for medicine among other topics. He has also been a favorite speaker at the 2010 LDS Holistic Living Conference.

Dr. Holcomb’s professional affiliations include the UANP (Utah Association of Naturopathic Physicians), AANP (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians), ACAM (American college for the Advancement in Medicine), IFM (Institute of Functional Medicine) and currently he sits on a board of an organization that is still forth coming that will concern itself with post-doctorial training of Naturopathic Physicians.

Joe and his wife Angela are the parents of 5 children and live life fully in Enoch, Utah.