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Area auto-widened to the state of Oregon - no Naturopaths were found in the city of Klamath Falls, OR
Valerie Ferdinand, Naturopath  in Beaverton
“Hello. I am a naturopathic physician in the Portland Metro area. I see patients for a variety of issues including pain management, fibromyalgia, diabetic support, and thyroid issues. Pain is something that many people think they just have to live with. But that isn't true. Through inflammation control, endocrine support, and structural issues we can significantly reduce your pain problems.
(971) 801-7460
Beaverton, Oregon 97008
Neil Mages, Naturopath  in Portland
“I help people overcome chronic illness - particularly diabetes - by combining proven natural therapies and conventional medicine. I take time with people to make sure you understand the role diet, exercise, and stress play in your health.
(541) 727-0528 x5
Portland, Oregon 97201
James Hermes, Naturopath  in Beaverton
“Have you been diagnosed with an incurable chronic illness? Do you suffer from symptoms such as headaches, gastrointestinal distress, arthritis, depression, and fatigue that affect your daily well-being? Does getting out of bed in the morning require every ounce of your energy? If so, I completely understand where you are coming from. I have been there. My family members have been there. My patients have been there.
(503) 643-0892
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Raina Monet Lasse, Naturopath  in Portland
“In my practice I blend cutting edge research with ancient wisdom and common sense solutions all while taking time to really get to know my patients. Using my medical knowledge, emotional support, gentle encouragement, and openness I work with my patients to find the root causes of any illness and help to alleviate symptoms bringing the body back to its natural balance. I believe that this kind of attentive collaboration is the only way true healing transformation is possible. My thorough approach helps my patients to achieve dramatic and lasting results to their wellness.
(503) 360-9379
Portland, Oregon 97205
Freedom Natural Medicine, Naturopath  in Portland
“Dr. Grady's focus is on men's health, primary care medicine, and pain management. His approach is to integrate the powers of nature's healing ability with that of modern medicine to help his patients achieve optimal health. This holistic approach is designed to identify the roots of unique health struggles in terms of mind, body, and spirit, in order to help achieve the greatest level of health freedom. Freedom in health is the abiity to do what you love in life with as little interference from pain and discomfort as possible.
(971) 277-5566
Portland, Oregon 97219
Lisa Anne Dickinson, Naturopath  in Portland
“I have a primary care practice treating acute and chronic conditions with an additional emphasis in women's health, fertility and cancer support. Through our visits, I will educate you about all facets of your health. I believe it is important for you to understand your disease process so that you understand the steps and strategies to gain the health you desire, life long. Whether you have cancer, allergies, pelvic pain, infertility, anxiety, insomnia, chronic fatigue or digestive concerns, you will receive my undivided attention during your appointment so that together we can work towards reaching your optimal health state.
(503) 482-8955
Portland, Oregon 97210
Joshua Taylor David, Naturopath  in Portland
“During my nearly 15 years of practice in the Portland area I have focused on age management medicine and hormone optimization. I am the only physician credentialed in the state by World Link Medical for hormone optimization, a passion and area that is very fluid for me. I also have focused on injury and recovery. I use innovative techniques to heal spinal and joint injury such as prolo-therapy and platelet rich plasma. These injection techniques are highly effective and curative. These specialties have served my patients well and have been extremely rewarding to see positive change and curative results.
(503) 433-3599
Portland, Oregon 97232
Meredith H Hudson, Naturopath  in Tualatin
“I most enjoy working with those who are motivated to improve their health, who have decided now is the time to invest in the rest of their lives. They are ready to make changes yet may need guidence, encouragement and/or information to finally make it happen. I particularly enjoy helping those who are dealing with, or are afraid of developing, the health problems common to modern life.
(503) 451-6638
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
Christie Winkelman, Naturopath  in Portland
“I empower women to improve their lives through optimizing their physical and emotional health. A therapist as well as a physician, I offer an insightful, supportive, and comprehensive approach that honors your wisdom and preferences, while getting to the root of the problem(s) you're experiencing. Women with hormonal (including thyroid) problems, fatigue, anxiety, depression, digestive distress, acne, chronic pain, infertility or weight problems, headaches, children with asthma, allergies, ADHD, or autism, and people who have not found help elsewhere in the medical community benefit from the unique blend of biochemical and emotional support I utilize in my practice.
(503) 567-4425
Portland, Oregon 97219
Darcy A Ries, Naturopath  in Portland
“I believe that health is a journey--a continuum that always leaves us room to feel and function better. Do you struggle with a chronic illness? Are you susceptible to acute infections every time something is "going around"? Do you simply wish you had better energy and stamina? Wherever you are on your journey, I welcome the opportunity to give you support in getting where you'd like to be. Using a team-based approach, we'll unravel your health history, remove factors that perpetuate illness, and implement gentle, effective treatments that address the needs of your whole being.
(503) 836-5188
Portland, Oregon 97210
Alicia Peterman, Naturopath  in Portland
“I love working with someone who is ready and willing to make a change to achieve better health. However, working with reluctant or skeptical patients is just as gratifying in the end because teaching patients a new way to approach their health is one of the true gifts of being a naturopathic doctor. I believe that just having a holistic approach to acute and chronic primary care is not enough. Educating the patient is one of the ways I can spread my knowledge of naturopathic medicine to empower my patients and potentially our community to a life of good health.
(503) 444-9715 x2
Portland, Oregon 97232
Kalista Wellness Center, Naturopath  in Medford
“Wendy has been fascinated with the healthcare field since childhood. Her memories are filled with doctoring friends, homemade crutches, and ace bandages. After attending her first birth at the age of nineteen, Wendy discovered that women's healthcare and pediatrics were her life's fulfillment. As Wendy began her education at the University of California at Santa Cruz, she sought for a means to practice medicine in a holistic way. She was pleased to learn that doctors of natural medicine did exist, naturopathic doctors.
(541) 779-0100
Medford, Oregon 97504
Jason Wells, Naturopath  in Portland
“Despite the advancements in medical science, so many people are still experiencing fatigue, pain, depression, and other obnoxious symptoms that seriously limit their quality of life. As a primary care Naturopathic Physician and Acupuncturist, I work to understand the intricate biochemistry of your human body and return it to the state which it is best adapted to excel and thrive! My satisfaction comes from helping you live the happiest, healthiest, pain-free life possible.
(503) 476-3878
Portland, Oregon 97214
Purely Health Clinic, Naturopath  in Portland
“I offer compassionate primary care as well as services such as minor surgery, sports medicine, IV therapy and prolotherapy. My ideal patient is motivated to make diet and lifestyle changes, even if they are small changes. Patients most responsive to my approach include those with chronic digestive conditions and chronic skin conditions. My training in prolotherapy can be beneficial for patients suffering from tendinopathies and ligamentous injury.
(503) 308-6157
Portland, Oregon 97212
Ellen Wilson Sauter, Naturopath  in Tualatin
“I specialize in non-toxic therapies to help patients regain their health. In practicefind that the simplest treatments usually work the best. While I am licensed to prescribe pharmaceuticals, many patients come to me with a desire to get off prescription drugs and avoid the side effects and health problems sometimes caused by these. I am Licensed/Board Certified in Oregon, with a doctoral degree from the National College of Natural Medicine, an accredited four year medical school, and a BS in biology from Washington State University. Please visit my website at www.TualatinNaturalMedicine.com for more information.
(503) 822-6504
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
Kimberly Foster, Naturopath  in Eugene
“You can get to know Dr. Kim best by visiting our website www.oregonnaturopathicclinic.com
(541) 705-2381
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Bonnie Nedrow, Naturopath  in Ashland
“My practice is preventive family medicine with a focus on women and children's health care. When I work with clients my goals are to help them listen to their bodies, find out what keeps them in balance, and what blocks their health and vitality. By listening to symptoms, performing appropriate exams, and ordering diagnostic tests when needed, I help my clients discover what their bodies may be missing or what may be causing them harm. I teach people skills for life long wellness using the four pillars of health: nutrition, exercise, detoxification, and mind-body alignment.
(541) 937-5970
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Werner Vosloo, Naturopath  in Lake Oswego
“I am a Naturopathic and Homeopathic Physician, with further study and clinical practice in areas of cardiovascular disease, chronic multi-body system diseases like fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and adjuvant cancer care. My holistic approach begins with a thorough evaluation of symptoms including both chronology and appearance of symptoms, thoughtful laboratory testing to identify causative factors and then careful and deliberate implementation of treatment protocols to achieve symptom relief and treatment of the identified causes. This thoughtful approach toward multi-body system optimization is exceptionally safe, low in side effects and consistently delivers positive results in many chronic conditions, including neurological diseases.
(503) 379-9758
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Deanna McCrary, Naturopath  in Portland
“Want to feel a zest for life again -- with high energy, quality sleep, trouble-free digestion, steady libido and grounded emotions? Dealing with chronic or reoccurring health issues that you would like to have resolved once and for all? Looking for a doctor who doesn't make assumptions about your health or habits based on body size or shape? As a naturopathic primary care physician I help adults overcome troubling health issues to find balance and zest in life again. I practice from a Health at Every SizeŽ perspective that is weight neutral and body positive.
(503) 766-5098
Portland, Oregon 97217
Jessica Sweet, Naturopath  in Portland
“Using naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and Maya abdominal massage (ATMAT(tm)), I empower adolescent and young women to achieve optimal health. As a holistic physician, I have effectively treated women who suffer from PMS, irregular periods, infertility, emotional trauma, digestive disorders, fibroids, UTIs, and many other conditions. I strive to empower my patients in all areas of their lives through education and support.
(971) 801-6317
Portland, Oregon 97214

How to tell if Naturopathy is right for me?
A Klamath Falls naturopath is a practitioner of naturopathy, a form of alternative medicine based on the idea that the body has an innate capacity to heal itself. Klamath Falls Naturopaths improve health by treating the person holistically, tapping a person's own internal body, mind, and spirit resources. Naturopathy comprises a blend of different therapies, all attempting to restore the body to health in the most natural, noninvasive way possible by stimulating the body's own healing powers.
About Klamath Falls Naturopaths?
Graduates from accredited naturopathic medical schools may use the academic title 'Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine' or 'ND' but there is no standardized professional title in all states (see below). Accredited Naturopathic Doctors in Klamath Falls generally practice as primary care providers of naturopathic medicine preferring to use a holistic approach with natural remedies such as medicinal herbs and foods rather than conventional drugs.
Insurance and licensing for Naturopaths in Klamath Falls?
Jurisdictions that regulate the practice of naturopathic medicine and where professionals may acccept insurance include Arizona, New Hampshire (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine); Oregon, Utah, Washington (Naturopathic Physician); Minnesota (Naturopathic Doctor); Alaska, California (including Traditional Naturopaths), Colorado, Kansas, Maine (Naturopathic Doctor); Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho (excluding Traditional Naturopaths), Montana, Vermont (Naturopathic Physician); and North Dakota (Naturopath). In Canada, Manitoba (Doctor of Naturopathy); Saskatchewan , Nova Scotia, British Columbia (Naturopathic Physician); and Ontario, British Columbia (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine).