Chesterfield, New Jersey
Inspired by her father's passion, she is a complimentary alternative medicine motivator and role model
Before earning a Master of Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine (honors) from the American College of Healthcare Sciences, Dusty Floyd was a star athlete and honor graduate from Monmouth University, winning numerous awards and recognition for her excellence on and off the field.
During her athletic career Dusty had the opportunity to train with some of the foremost college athletic trainers. She carried this training knowledge, and experience and passion for complementary alternative medicine, into her personal and professional pursuits where she continues to grow, explore and perfect different modalities.
As a motivator and role model, Dusty has a unique connection with the people she helps that stems from her own personal journey towards wellness. Many of Dusty's closest family members and friends including her husband, mother, aunt and dear friend were plagued with cancer. Dusty's own daughter, barely a year old at the time, faced severe medical challenges that Dusty helped her to overcome through proper nutrition. Dusty also saw family and friends struggle with their weight, type II diabetes and high blood pressure. She was determined to help her family and friends become healthy and whole again. Dusty did just that through her knowledge, dedication and hard work. Dusty believes in treating the person as a whole. The human body is a complicated system that seeks to work in unison with all of its parts: mind, body and soul. Dusty's main objective is to help her clients believe they must need, want, and deserve better health. She achieves this goal through nutritional and fitness counseling giving her clients all the necessary tools to significantly change their lives, not just their waistline.
"The quality education I received at ACHS has empowered me to start my new career at a growing medical practice where I am able to help improve the quality of life for my patients through an integrative and holistic approach to medicine."