Conditions Treated:

  • Infertility 

  • PMS, Irregular Menses & PCOS, Endometriosis 

  • Reproductive concerns including annual gynecological exams

  • Preconception & Pregnancy Care

  • Digestive Issues & Leaky Gut

  • Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussions 

  • Thyroid Dysfunction

  • Immune Disorders

  • Autoimmune disease

  • Chronic Fatigue & Fibromyalgia

  • Adrenal Dysfunction

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Weight Management

  • Anxiety & Depression 

  • Healthy Aging

  • Male aging/Andropause 

  • Sex Drive/Function

  • Food Allergies, Intolerances, Sensitivities

  • Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis 

  • Arthritis, Osteoporosis

  • Pain Reduction

  • Pre and Post Surgery Support

  • Growing Healthy babies

We have specialists for all age ranges from

Pediatrics to Geriatric care for both male 

and female patients.  We also offer annual

well-women pelvic exams.  

  • Specialty Testing:

  • Food Allergy & Sensitivity

  • Nutritional Status Assessment

  • Heavy Metal & Toxic Elements Hair Analysis

  • Neurotransmitter Testing

  • Female & Male Hormone Panel

  • Gut Flora & Digestion Stool Analysis

  • Adrenal Function & Stress Hormone Testing

  • Inflammatory Marker Assessment

  • Environmental Allergy Testing

"It is easier to build strong children

than to repair broken men"

~Frederick Douglas

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Digestion

GI disorders can manifest in many ways, from pain to diarrhea and/or constipation or all three. There are many natural treatments that naturopathic physicians can offer to address this common condition. Stress, specific foods, hormones and healthy bacteria can all influence gut health. We pride ourselves on looking for root cause and treating that so that the body may have the best chance to correct imbalance.  The physicians can test for imbalances, food sensitivities and treat the whole person to help restore balance to the GI tract. Often treatment includes a combination of nutrients, herbs and dietary changes.

Pediatrics

From picky eaters to developmental delays, colic in babies to autism, our physicians help parents navigate natural remedies for their children. Addressing nutrient deficiencies, discovering food sensitivities, optimizing their immune systems and helping development can all be done with nutrients and diet. The physicians also can treat ear infections and other childhood illnesses with natural remedies to minimize the exposure to antibiotics.

Hormones and PMS

Women’s hormones affect every aspect of their lives, from sleep to appetite, mood to libido. When hormones are out of balance, whether a monthly cycle change or a life transition, this can cause disruption for the whole body.
Naturopathic physicians can test for hormone imbalance using blood, urine or saliva tests. Unlike conventional medicine, naturopathic physician can offer treatment without the use of hormones, such as dietary changes to help reduce estrogen, or supplementation to help the body produce more of a specific hormone on its own.
The physician may also utilize plant based hormone therapy, which is much more gentle than conventional hormone support.

Women's Health

Hormone balance, breast health and gynecological wellness are all vital for optimal health in any woman. The physicians are trained in addressing the unique needs of women’s health including utilizing conventional tests like PAP smears and mammograms to specialty testing, such as salivary hormones or estrogen metabolite markers.

Thyroid

This sensitive little gland located in your neck is responsible for some very important functions, metabolism being top on the list. The thyroid and how it functions in the body can be altered from malnourishment, stress, poor immune function, environmental toxins, medications and more. Often times, basic conventional labs will not revel thyroid imbalance. Naturopathic physicians are trained to look at the whole picture and help find and address the cause of thyroid imbalance.

Stress

The small glands that sit above our kidney are responsible for our response to stress, our adrenal glands. With chronic or traumatic stress, they may become over or underactive. This can be measures through urine, blood or saliva and address with a myriad of vitamins and herbs as well as diet and lifestyle. Cortisol, one of the main hormones from your adrenals, affects many aspects of the body, from weight management to other hormones and sleep.