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Deborah A. Ardolf

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Background Information

Employment History

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine


Physician

Rockwood Natural Medicine Clinic , LLC


Speech Pathologist

The Queen's Medical Center


Adjunct Faculty Member

University of Hawaii


Speech and Language Pathologist


Web References(5 Total References)


Natural Medicine, Scottsdale, Arizona: Rockwood Natural Medicine Clinic - Meet The Staff

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Deborah A. Ardolf
Dr. Deborah A. Ardolf Dr. Deborah A. Ardolf received her undergraduate education in Communication Disorders from Morehead State University where she graduated with honors and North Dakota State University. She went on to obtain her masters degree in Communications Disorders from the University of Northern Colorado in 1986. She obtained further training while being on the staff at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii as a speech pathologist from 1989 to 1994. As a Speech and Language Pathologist she worked in Hawaii State Public School system, trauma hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and home care settings from 1986 to 1989. Her publications and teaching experience include works on "The Effects of Voicing of Prolonged Intubation" and "Incidence of Prevalence of Closed Head Injury on Oahu". She has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Hawaii and served as a teaching assistant while at Southwest College. She is also a former tri-athlete, competing in the Hawaii world Ironman competition in 1987. Dr. Ardolf completed her premedical training at Hawaii Pacific University and San Diego State University before beginning her training at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in 2005.


Project Shine | MY RT - Russell Tanoue Photographer

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The first two participants of Russell Tanoue´s Project Shine were Lessa Loftin, who has lupus, and Deborah Ardolf, a middle-aged speech pathologist who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, an incurable autoimmune disease.


RT’s Project Shine | MY RT - Russell Tanoue Photographer

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The first three participants of Russell Tanoue's Project Shine were Lessa Loftin, who has lupus, Leila Moniz who has been suffering for 10 years battling chronic disc disease, and Deborah Ardolf, a middle-aged speech pathologist who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, an incurable autoimmune disease.


RUSSELL TANOUE PHOTOGRAPHER FAN SITE :WHAT'S HOT::

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The first two participants of Russell Tanoue's Project Shine were Lessa Loftin, who has lupus, and Deborah Ardolf, a middle-aged speech pathologist who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, an incurable autoimmune disease.


Natural Medicine, Scottsdale, Arizona: Rockwood Natural Medicine Clinic - Download Patient Articles

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Dr. Deborah Ardolf
A young mother has just returned from parent teacher conferences and is not pleased with the report she received. Her 8 year old son's teacher thinks her son has Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) of the hyperactive type (ADHD). She thought he was a healthy, active, curious boy, just a normal kid. The teacher wants her to consider putting him on medication to help him focus. The mother thinks this may be a bit drastic but what else can she do? Dr. Deborah Ardolf, holds a Doctorate in naturopathic medicine and a Masters in Communication Disorders. She worked closely with children who presented with obstacles to learning in the traditional classroom setting, as well as the child's parents and teachers within her own private practice. To set up an appointment or to speak to her directly, please call (480) 767-7119.


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