Weber has lived in beautiful Maine for the past 3 years but was born and raised in sunny Florida. After earning his business administration degree at the University of Florida, he worked as a massage therapist, apprenticed at an organic farm, lived 6 months in Guatemala, and served as a crisis counselor for a suicide hotline. His experiences led him to medical school at Nova Southeastern University where he achieved both his osteopathic medical degree and his Masters of Public Health. In school, he served as an anatomy fellow as well as a student leader and trainer in osteopathic manipulative medicine. His journey continued at the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta, Maine, where he has served as a compassionate provider and teacher of patients for the past 3 years, with an emphasis on integrative medicine and osteopathic manipulation. Most recently, he passed his medical acupuncture boards and is completing his functional medicine certification. Outside of work, Weber enjoys foraging for wild edibles, martial arts including Brazilian jujitsu and judo, gardening, cooking, and primitive wilderness skills.