Dr. Mary Short-Ray is a family practice physician that also practices alternative medicine and has been in practice for 19 years.
Dr. Mary Short-Ray graduated from her hometown university, State University of New York at Buffalo in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemical Pharmacology. She then completed her Master of Science degree in nutrition in 1988 at the same university. Her thesis work was published in 1990 in the journal, Lipids.
Dr. Ray attended Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri from 1988 to 1992 upon which she received her Doctorate of Osteopathy. Following this, she completed one year of internship and two years of Family Practice Residency at Mount Clemens General Hospital in Mount Clemens, Michigan.
She then worked at the Farmington Medical Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan from 1995 to 2006 where she practiced alternative medicine, using nutritional and natural therapies to treat many conditions.
In 1998 she became board certified in Family Practice. In 2017 she became recertified so she maintains her board certification status.
In November 2005, Dr. Ray became ill from exposure to high levels of toxic black mold at her workplace and eventually had to leave her practice in September of 2006. She was recovered a year and a half later and is now dedicated to helping those affected by toxic mold and educating the public about the dangers of toxic mold.
She is the author of “Surviving Toxic Black Mold Syndrome” published in 2007.
Dr. Ray moved from Detroit, Michigan to Orange Park Florida in 2009 where she worked in a full time family practice position until 2011.
Between 2011 and 2014 Dr Ray worked in urgent care, weight loss, toxic mold syndrome treatment and natural hormone replacement therapy.
Dr. Short-Ray worked at Pointe Medical Center in 2014 with Dr. Gary Bernard MD where she treated patients with natural hormone replacement therapy.
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