Nick Kahm was a member of the philosophy faculty at St. Michael’s College, in Colchester, VT. He has published a book and several articles on the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas. Although still passionate about teaching, philosophy, and scholarship, many facets of their academic life did not quite suit him and his wife and three kids.
Growing up hearing story after story of how Annika saved people’s lives using Metabolic Testing and Body Composition Analysis, Nick convinced his mother that the two of them should start the Kahm Clinic to train other dietitians to use these machines so that they could help more people with eating disorders.
The two of them started the Kahm Clinic while he was still a professor of philosophy, but he has since moved from academia to running the practice. He is very excited to finally be able to expand the range of eating disorder treatment for Vermonters with the Kahm Center for Eating Disorders.