Erin Gattuso

Erin Gattuso is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in hormones, chronic disease, and neurodevelopmental disorders. She works at Turnpaugh Health and Wellness in Manheim, PA. She attended Bastyr University for her doctorate degree and the University of Pittsburgh for her undergraduate degree. 

Erin Gattuso is a Functional Medicine Provider with a degree in naturopathic medicine. She specializes in hormonal and digestive disorders as well as autonomic dysfunction. Erin primarily uses botanical medicine to help regulate imbalances within the body, often formulating tincture blends specific to an individual’s need. She also practices cranial sacral therapy and visceral manipulation, outside the office she acts as a breathwork facilitator. Erin received her bachelor’s in science from the University of Pittsburgh with a focus in neuroscience and her naturopathic degree from Bastyr University. She studied at the Upledger Institute for craniosacral therapy.

In her free time, Erin enjoys yoga, dancing, singing and camping.

  • Advanced training in functional neurology
  • Pediatric cranial sacral therapy
  • Internship in fasting clinics
  • Visceral manipulation certification from the Barral Institute

Richard Harris

Dr. Richard Harris is a board-certified internal medicine physician and pharmacist. Dr. Harris attended the University of Texas at Austin for pharmacy school and then pursued medical education at the McGovern School of Medicine in Houston. As a lifelong learner, Dr. Harris continues to look for ways to grow both personally and professionally, which led him to pursue and obtain his MBA at the University of Houston. Dr. Harris’s client-centric view focuses on building relationships and trust through a comprehensive lifestyle medicine system. He is the Chief Strategy Officer for Nimbus Healthcare and is the Medical Director for Script Health. Dr. Harris has been a subject matter expert and guest speaker at a number of national conferences and has served on advisory boards with some of the leading minds in medicine and holistic wellness. He is an avid reader, weight lifter, and video game enthusiast in his spare time. Dr. Harris enjoys sports, traveling, philanthropy, church, and keto donuts.

Easton Bryant

Ever seen a pharmacist recruit patients, families, children, and pets to be involved in a hip-hop- centric marketing campaign? Easton Bryant is an independent pharmacy owner and consultant in Kentucky who believes “If you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong!” He enjoys coloring outside the lines and says, “If you’re not standing out, you might as well be invisible,” when it comes to showcasing what independent pharmacies have to offer.

Easton graduated from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy at Samford University, spent a few years in big box retail settings, and opened North Century Pharmacy in 2014. Raised the son of a pharmacist, his journey into the profession didn’t go as you might assume, yet he’s found himself exactly where he needs to be.

His evolution into a social media powerhouse and advocate for patient empowerment has been full of surprises and epiphanies, sprouting a rapidly growing 7-figure e-commerce business rooted in functional medicine principles.

Not only is Easton passionate about equipping the masses with impactful knowledge and resources, he is an advocate for the health of independent pharmacies as well. He heads up The Rx Grid, a collaborative mastermind composed of compounding pharmacies from around the country.

With creative know-how and an eye for trends, he offers actionable advice on delivering value to a starving audience. He’s a guitarist, loves all things leadership, and constantly strives to balance his passion for wellness with his passion for peanut butter.

John Kim

Dr. John Kim is a functional medicine pharmacist – he has been a foremost voice in health, wellness, and preventative medicine.  He received his Doctorate in Pharmacy from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University with High Honors and received his fellowship training in functional medicine from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M).  He actively lectures throughout the country and is an influencer within the functional medicine world to educate and empower everyday people to live healthy, fulfilling life. He presents cutting-edge health information to manage chronic illness and he is an advocate for medical freedom. Dr. Kim currently owns and operates Robinson Wellness Pharmacy in Mendham, NJ, and his virtual practice, Dr. Kim Wellness. His message is The Doctor of the Future is You – the patient.  


  • Doctor of Pharmacy from Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Rutgers University with High Honors
  • Full Fellow in Anti-Aging and Regenerative/Functional Medicine (FAARFM) from the American Academy of Anti-Aging (A4M)
  • Defeat Autism Now (DAN) Practitioner 
  • Completed Sterile and Non-Sterile compounding apprenticeship and ACPE-accredited sterile training at the Professional Compounding Center of America (PCCA)

Professional Experience

  • 2012 – Present – Owner of Robinson Wellness Pharmacy (Mendham, NJ) and Dr. Kim Wellness 
  • Functional Medicine Consultant specializing in hormone, immune dysfunction, and gut 
  • Clinical Educator for Imbue Botanicals CBD


  • 2017 – Recipient of the George Roentsch, R.Ph. Scholarship – Young Compounding Pharmacist Innovation Award
  • 2019 – Pharmacy Innovation Award by the Garden State Pharmacy (New Jersey)

Cynthia Yu

Cynthia graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1997 and completed an Internal Medicine residency at St. Louis College of Pharmacy where she was on faculty for five years. After being a household engineer for five years, she went into the retail setting, providing traditional as well as disease management services for a decade. After a break from retail, she pursued pharmacogenomic and nutrigenomic certification, and partnered with another pharmacist to establish a small clinical practice providing genomic consultations. She now works as a clinical consultant for The Profero Team, focusing on precision medicine implementation and provides genomic consultations for individual patients.

Filomena Trindade

FILOMENA TRINDADE, MD, MPH, ABFM, ABOIM, FAARM, IFMCP is a physician, teacher, author, and internationally sought after lecturer in functional medicine. She is faculty at the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) and in the fellowship program in Metabolic Medicine at Metabolic Medical Institute (MMI). After obtaining her BA degree in Biology she went on to finish a master’s in Public Health in the area of environmental health and epidemiology before starting medical school. She graduated first in her class in family practice from the University of California Davis School of Medicine and did her residency training in family practice at the U.C. San Francisco/Santa Rosa Program. She has been in clinical practice for over 24 years.

Before starting her own private practice in 2004 in functional medicine she was the medical director of a non-profit organization that catered to the underserved. She recently authored a chapter on Nutritional Influences on Hormonal Health in the Integrative and Functional Medicine Nutrition Therapy Textbook and another chapter on Diabetes in the Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine textbook. Other publications include Townsend Letter, Guide to Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine, Saúde Actual, and the Border Health Journal. She is currently very active in her Saudade Certification Program, in mentoring other health providers and in her health retreats in Azores, her homeland. Keep up with her activities at

Lyn Patrick

Lyn Patrick, ND, graduated from Bastyr University in 1984 with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine and has been
in private practice in Arizona and Colorado for 35 years.

She is a published author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed medical journals, a past Contributing Editor for
Alternative Medicine Review, and recently authored a chapter in the newly released textbook Clinical
Environmental Medicine (Elsevier 2019). She speaks internationally on environmental medicine, nonalcoholic fatty
liver disease, endocrine disruption, metal toxicology and other topics. She is currently Faculty for the Metabolic
Medicine Institute Fellowship in collaboration with George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

She is also a founding partner and presenter at the Environmental Health Symposium, an annual international
environmental medicine conference based in the United States. After the passing of her longtime colleague Dr.
Walter Crinnion she is continuing to educate primary care providers in the area of environmental medicine
through the EMEI Global platform and the EMEI Review podcast. In her spare time, she enjoys biking, hiking and
kayaking the mountains, lakes, and rivers of southwestern Colorado.

Dan Strause

Dan graduated from the university of Wisconsin Whitewater with a BBA in accounting, where shortly after he would begin his career at Arther Anderson, a big 6 accounting firm, where every three weeks he went to and worked with a different client, thus learning how to adapt and work with a variety of different businesses. 

After working with and experiencing the breadths of different fields with Arther Anderson, Dan went on to work at Hamlin, an international electronics manufacturer for six years. 

It wasn’t until March 1st, 2003, where destiny would work its way into Dan’s life and make him one of the four founders for what was then called the MD Group consisting of the initial five pharmacies which would then become Hometown Pharmacy. Back then, the core principles of the company were that the pharmacists would take care of the patients while Dan would take care of the pharmacists and the business side of things with a lean administration team. 

It turns out word got around and other pharmacists who owned their own small independent retail pharmacy liked the MD group’s approach and had asked them how to keep their community pharmacy alive as they retired. 

The years passed by and Dan worked on building relationships across the nation with not only other independent pharmacy owners, but other industry experts as well, looking to expand Hometown’s knowledge and capabilities. 

With a new path and adapted mindset ahead, Hometown Pharmacy Partnerships formed with an established business model which shifted into partnering with local pharmacists to give them the opportunity to focus on their craft and expertise as a pharmacist and providing better care for our communities and patients while not having to work so hard on the business aspect of things. 

Now, Hometown Pharmacy has reached over 70 locations across the state of Wisconsin. 

Twenty years have passed since Hometown was born, and with all Dan has learned from not only experts all around the nation, but also his Hometown team, he and Hometown have become passionate about proactive care and making it Hometown’s mission to focus on helping patients get from pharmaceutical, to nutraceutical, to food while providing a base education for communities to better understand their individual health needs and give them the key fundamentals to evolving their health- nutrition, movement, sleep and stress management. 

Now, not only does Hometown focus on education, but also testing where your current health levels are with their health metrics and tools, teaching you about what your results mean, providing you with solutions and therapies to your current status of health, and furthermore, testing your health levels again to see if you’re making progress. With this approach, we are able to adjust where necessary and find what works best for each individual patient. 

Dan is passionate about the future of Hometown and providing the Wellara app and opportunities, which we will talk about later, as well as having the ability to education, entertain and inform patients so they can have their own knowledge and impact on their health journey, where we are passionate about helping with food, nutraceuticals, and lifestyle changes within the four pillars of health.

Peg Daly

Peggy joined Boston Heart in 2014 with over 34 years combined experience working in healthcare. Her career path includes management of the coronary care unit at Indiana University Hospital. After acquiring her Masters in Business Administration she developed and managed a 24 hour urgent care facility for eight years. Successfully marketing the urgent care facility to a major hospital system, she became a principle in the development of an assisted living project.

After obtaining a Masters in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Peggy established an independent primary care practice serving both allopathic and functional medicine clients. During her time as a full-time practitioner, she completed her Doctorate of Naturopathy and obtained board certification. Peggy has obtained many additional certifications and training in Advanced Cardiometabolic Medicine. She is a certified GAPS Practitioner, Clinical Nutritionist, Master Herbalist and a Level 1 Aromatherapist. She continues to use a variety of evaluation tools and therapies with her current clients to achieve optimal health and wellness.

Peggy has served as adjunct faculty at University of Indianapolis, Butler University and Ball State University for a number of years. Her students have included those preparing for licensure as PharmD, Internal Medicine, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners as well as medical students from Indiana University School of Medicine. She holds staff appointments at Franciscan Health and Community Hospitals of Indianapolis.

Peggy holds a BS in Biology from University of Indianapolis, BS in Nursing from The University of the State of New York, Executive MBA from University of Indianapolis and a Doctorate of Naturopathy from Trinity College. She has completed a fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine through the Metabolic Medicine Institute and has obtained board certification through the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners where she holds a Health Practitioner Diplomate status.

Peggy is a native of Indiana, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Red Cross of Johnson County, St Claire Center for Holistic Health at Marion University, New Horizons Youth Ministry, Ignite for Women and the Medical Advisory Board for Pressed Juicery. She enjoys organic gardening, spending time with her family, community education projects, biking, traveling, continuing educational programs and creative heart healthy cooking.