Dr. Lance Morris

Naturopathic Physician




Wholistic Family Medicine 

1601 N Tucson Blvd, Ste 37, 85716

520-322-8122

ResonantSoundTherapy.com

As a Naturopathic physician in Tucson, Dr. Lance J. Morris is trained to treat the whole person, recognizing the triad of mind, body and spirit. “Healing occurs from the inside-out—that is, from the inside of the patient,” he says. “My role is to be your ally, using my specialized training in alternative diagnostics and therapeutics to give you the best informed information, so together we can make the best informed choices about therapies.”

Morris treats all age groups and specializes in chronic and degenerative disease—in particular, alternative cancer therapies. He has developed a unique intravenous therapy using high-dose vitamin C with hyaluronic acid to target cancer cells with high specificity and no side effects, which is much safer than chemotherapy.

He is the developer of RST: Resonant Sound Therapy—a way to use vocal sound and rotational, vibrating motion to unblock the chi, or life force, allowing the body to use its natural healing energy—and RMM: Resonant Movement Meditation. He is also developing a clinical training program for RST certification he intends to take worldwide for all allied health professionals. Morris has also developed a vocal singing style based on what he calls the “Universal Sound Language”, which integrates pure vocal toning with uplifting, spiritually grounded lyrics.

Morris received his BA in biochemistry, psychology and fine arts from the University of Arizona, in Tucson, and his Naturopathic medical degree from Bastyr University, in Seattle, Washington. He did a post-graduate fellowship in Family Medicine through the American Board of Naturopathic Medical Specialties, as well as multiple residencies at Alternative Cancer Clinics in Mexico. He is a past president of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association and was physician of the year in 1997. Morris was one of the founding board of directors of the SW College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Tempe, as well as a member of the clinical faculty.

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