Season Wellness TeamOur staff is here to meet your needs, ease your mind, and help you live a life of full health.
Nathan Goodyear, MD, FAARFM, FMNM
Dr. Nathan Goodyear is the founder, co-owner, and lead physician at Seasons in Farragut, Tennessee. His passion for wellness began with his own 100 pound post-football career weight loss. He is dedicated to offering the latest advancements in traditional medicine with the most holistic approach to treatment possible.
Dr. Goodyear received his Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA and Doctor of Medicine from LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA. He is Board Certified in Gynecology and is a Fellowship-Trained Metabolic Specialist (Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine). He was the Chief Resident in Obstetrics/Gynecology at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Dr. Goodyear’s first book, “Man Boob Nation an Integrative model to Low Testosterone”, looks at the causes of low Testosterone and the physiologic consequences of low Testosterone in men. Dr. Goodyear’s first book is an extensive review of the scientific literature on low Testosterone as the effect and not the cause.
Dr. Goodyear’s second book which was published in 2017, “Total Testosterone Transformation”, is a how-to manual to naturally protect and optimize Testosterone levels to Transform your health.
Dr. Goodyear has been blessed to speak at numerous conferences and symposiums:
— ZRT hormone conference, on Low Testosterone, Female Hormone Imbalance, and Metabolic Syndrome, in 11.2011 in Orlando
— DiagnosTechs hormone symposium on Low Testosterone in 12.2012 in Las Vegas
— A4M annual conference, on “Man Boob Nation an Integrative model for Low Testosterone”, in Las Vegas in 12.2013
–inaugural American Functional Medical Association (AFMA) on “Man Boob Nation an Integrative model for Low Testosterone”, in Atlanta in 3.2014.
–American Functional Medical Association (AFMA) on “the Metabolic Dysfunction of Metabolic Syndrome” in Atlanta in in 11.2014.
–American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine’s Academic Program on “Man Boobs to Metabolic Syndrome” in Las Vegas on 12.12.2014.
–Fagron Academy North America on “Man Boobs to Metabolic Syndrome and beyond” in Miami, FL on 6.19.2015.
–Fagron Academy North America on “Man Boobs to Metabolic Syndrome and beyond” in San Diego, CA on 8.7.2015.
–American Functional Medicine Association on “Hormone Metabolites, the rest of the story…” in Atlanta, GA on 11.14.2015.
–Tennessee Osteopathic Medical Association (TOMA) on “Man Boob Nation out of the Box” and “Physician Burnout” in Chattanooga on 4.29.16.
–American Functional Medicine Association on “Physician Burnout” in Atlanta, GA on 11.10.16-11.12.16.
Nan Sprouse, RN, MSN, FNP-BC
Nan Sprouse is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Carson Newman College. She has completed a fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Nan is a member of the Tennessee Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine, American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine (A-4M), and the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS).
Nan’s credentials include several hundred hours of continuing education in the field of restorative medicine, as well as maintaining an active patient load at Seasons where she is a co-owner with Dr. Nathan Goodyear, MD. However, her main accomplishments include thriving through out every stage of a woman’s life while overcoming breast cancer, thyroid cancer, and Lyme disease.
From her wisdom gained through education, experience, and adversity, she is motivated daily to help others heal and restore their bodies, as well as their soul and their spirit. These goals are accomplished using state of the art testing and cutting edge therapies. She cares for her patients with clinical expertise, kindness, and compassion.
When she is not busy working at Seasons, she can be found biking or walking the many beautiful pathways in Knoxville; playing with her 6 grandchildren, boating, gardening, cooking, or reading about the newest restorative therapies. She has been married for over 40 years and has 3 married sons and another who is engaged. She feels very blessed with her loving extended family not to mention the smartest, cutest, most talented grandchildren on the face of the earth!
Jane Williams, Patient Services Manager
Kirby joined the Seasons Wellness team in 2015. She is a Knoxville native and graduated from the University of Tennessee. Health has always been an important part of her life and she loves that she now works for a company that is at the forefront of Wellness. In her free time, Kirby enjoys hiking, snow skiing, and spending summers at the lake.
Megan Roberts, RN, Wellness Coach
Megan Roberts joined the Seasons Wellness team in 2015. Megan has practiced as a hospice nurse for 7 years and as a triage nurse for 2 years prior to joining the Seasons Wellness team. Megan’s passion for Wellness began with her own significant weight loss. Megan’s personal experience in achieving improved Health, led her down the path of Wellness coaching. Megan completed a year long health coaching course in Wellness coaching and now is the Wellness coach at Seasons Wellness. As the Wellness coach, Megan is an advocate for the improved quality of life through the application of Wellness.
Ann Gass, RN
I graduated from Samford University with a BS in Nursing and have lived in Knoxville for 30 years. I have two wonderful adult children. I have always enjoyed living a wellness lifestyle. After spending most of my working years in the Cardiac Intensive Care and the Cardiac Stepdown units in the hospital, I knew there was a better way to teach people to live a heathy lifestyle. At Seasons, I have learned the how and why of living a healthy lifestyle and look to share with as many people as I can.
Jill Morse, RN
As a nurse and avid runner, I’ve always been interested in health, nutrition, and exercise. Seasons has been a wonderful place to help encourage people to reach their full potential.
Christie Bethel, RN
Carolyn Burris, an east Tennessee native, earned her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Community and Public Health Nutrition at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her passion for helping those with nutritional needs brought her to Seasons after nine years as a stay-at-home mom to her two children. Carolyn particularly loves encouraging those struggling with food intolerance, obesity, fibromyalgia, and fatigue.