About Us

Chad Oler, N.D.


“Dr. Chad” has been studying natural health and healing for most of his life with extensive experience researching and consulting on neurotransmitter imbalance, nutrition and exercise. He is recognized by the American Naturopathic Medical Association, is a member of the Wisconsin Naturopathic Physicians Association and has been in naturopathic practice since January 2000. He co-founded the Natural Path Health Center in Madison, WI, in December 2000.
Dr. Chad has studied, lectured and taught throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Peru and southern Africa. He is very active in teaching natural healing techniques and has given presentations to thousands of people worldwide. He is a faculty member at the University of Natural Medicine where he teaches doctors and other health care practitioners the value of alternative testing techniques in the healing process.

In addition to general naturopathic care, Dr. Chad has extensive training and certificates in Amino Acid Therapy, Organic Cation Transporter Optimization, Nutrition, Botanical Medicine, Shamanic Medicine, Reiki, Personal Training, Urine & Saliva Analysis (Reams & Biological Terrain Assessment), Darkfield (Enderlein and Morphologic Hematology) Microscopy, Holistic Iridology, Color Therapy, Homeopathy, Homotoxicology, & Naturopathic Manipulations. He is also active in the sports community, competing in triathlon and ice hockey, and training elite level athletes to insure optimal performance and recovery.

Dr. Oler was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and graduated from Stoughton High School. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering with a certificate in Technical Communications from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and worked in Research & Development for four years where he received multiple patents and awards for his pioneering work. He returned to pursue his Doctorate in Naturopathy from the University of Natural Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in January 2001. Learn more about Dr. Oler’s past experience, lectures and writings here.

Dr. Oler’s goal is to raise public awareness about natural healing methods and teach everyone how they can use these methods to dramatically improve their health. He looks forward to embodying his mission and helping clients worldwide continue along their natural path to optimal health and longevity.


  1. Can you please recommend a N.D. for prescribes amino acids to treat migraines in Los Angeles?
    I see you are in Wisconsin.
    Thank you

    C. Lugo

    • Hi Catherine – I would suggest you first contact NeuroSupport to see if there is a provider in your area: http://www.neurosupport.com; if not, please contact us and set up an initial phone/skype consultation and we’ll get you started.


      Dr. Chad

  2. Pirjo’s brother in Finland has had Parkinson’s for many years – is interested in the amino acid program. How would he be able to use it?
    He knows some English but his speech is difficult to understand because of the illness. Is there someone trained to help in that area of the world?
    Thanks, Ken

    • Hi Ken,

      I do not know of anyone in Finland (or Europe for that matter) that uses amino acid therapy in this manner. However, we work with and receive referrals from people all over the world via Skype, so we may be able to help. Alternatively, you can contact DBS Labs at (218) 626-4930 to see if they know of any providers in his area.

      Hope this helps!

      Dr. Chad

  3. Hi Dr Chad – do you know of any practitioners of amino acid therapy in South Africa? I would really like to look into this for my 16 year old son who has traces of Aspergers and struggles with anxiety, insomnia, ADD. Many thanks Lau

    • Hi Laureen,

      I don’t know of any providers practicing amino acid therapy in South Africa, but I suggest you contact NeuroResearch to see if they can point you in the right direction: http://www.neurosupport.com.

      Good luck!

      Dr Chad

  4. Hi dr.Chad,

    Can you treat RLS with amino acid therapy? Your response will be greatly appreciated.

    Chen Halperin

    • Hi Chen -thanks for contacting us. Neurotransmitter dysfunction is often one of the underlying factors that leads to RLS and amino acid therapy is often useful in these instances.

      Hope this helps –

      Dr. Chad


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