Dr. Rector's medical career has included family practice, emergency medicine, college and sports medicine. He graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Ft. Worth, Texas and is board certified in family practice with over 27 years of experience. Dr. Rector has studied alongside several integrative medicine doctors over the years and is a graduate fellow in Integrative Medicine through University of Arizona, Center for Integrative Medicine under Dr. Andrew Weil.
TOMA Texas Osteopathic Medical Association
TMA Texas Medical Association
ACAM American College for Advancement of Medicine
AAO American Academy of Ozonotherapy
Adjunct Professor: Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Rector has developed the following core beliefs about health:
1. The body has a self-healing capacity. At its optimum level, its power supersedes conventional medicine.
2. The majority of chronic illnesses in Western societies are preventable or minimized with non-drug approaches that include: nutritional therapy, exercise, environmental, relational, and spiritual health as well as maintaining a centered balanced lifestyle.
3. Our choices profoundly impact our well being; therefore, each person is their own most important "health care provider" by their own daily choices.
4. The physician's primary role is not only to identify disease but to search out the factors that lead to a loss of health. Then the physician is to teach and guide the patient how to live a healthy life and should strive to model these principles of wellness.
Dr. Rector and his wife Dana have been married for over 35 years, have three grown children and two granddaughters. He is a life long runner and all around outdoor enthusiast with a deep love for God's creation.
Having served on over 20 short-term medical mission trips to Central America and Africa, Dr. Rector is a former board member for Global Samaritan Resources, a Christian humanitarian relief organization. His most extensive experience in medical missions was the year he and his family lived among the indigenous Maya Quiche people of rural Guatemala, providing healthcare to an impoverished & underserved population.