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Naturopaths in Oregon (OR)

Angela Potter, Naturopath  in Portland
“Are you a busy working woman balancing a career and a family? Is that busy lifestyle causing you stress, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue? Do you want to have a baby but it hasn't happened yet? Did you just have a baby and the transition is harder than you thought? Look no further, because I can help. I love working with busy professional women helping them feel their best using natural therapies and nutrition. With a background as a chef I also offer nutritious and simple meal planning services to help busy families eat well and stay healthy!
(503) 523-1581
Portland, Oregon 97225
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
Dr. Wiles Goss Natural Health, Naturopath  in Bend
“As a Board-Licensed Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Wiles Goss provides Primary Care and Preventive approaches to health and wellness. Her training encompassed the performance of physical exams, laboratory testing, nutritional and dietary assessments, allergy testing, imaging, and other means of diagnosis. Take a natural approach to your medical concerns.
(541) 526-5432
Bend, Oregon 97701
Ryan Minarik, Naturopath  in Portland
“I primarily treat chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries, fatigue, and digestive disorders. My goal is to look beyond a strictly drug-based approach to address the underlying barriers that result in incomplete healing responses. The is particularly common with chronic pain and injuries. I utilize multiple modalities in order to individualize a treatment plan for my patients and optimize the response. We may look at diet, nutrition, past injuries, myofascial pain patterns, toxic burdens, stressors, hormone levels and much more.
(503) 766-3863
Portland, Oregon 97202
Ashley Olberg, Naturopath  in Portland
“I am a doctor today because I have been a patient. For many years I struggled with my health, only to find myself walking away with many missed diagnoses or no help at all. Many times I felt like I had not been listened to, which compounded my frustration and feeling of hopelessness. I treat every patient with the level of compassion, understanding, and dedication that I want. Some clinical interests are fertility, postpartum care, pelvic floor dysfunction, autoimmune disease, hormone imbalance, just to name a few. Every treatment plan is individualized and empowers patients in their own healthcare.
(503) 482-8781
Portland, Oregon 97214
Laurie Menk Otto, Naturopath  in Portland
“As a naturopathic physician, I provide a comprehensive health evaluation using a functional approach, and act as your partner to help you to accomplish your health goals. When working with me, you can expect that I will provide personalized care within an integrative model by combining the best of complementary and conventional medicine. My goal is to define the root cause of illness, and provide targeted treatment recommendations. As a mother of two young children, I understand that creativity is required to achieve your desired health goals, and I will work with you to tailor care to your specific needs.
(503) 505-6046
Portland, Oregon 97214
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
Sara Grace Wood, Naturopath  in Portland
“I believe the role of the physician is to help identify obstacles to healing and to educate the patient accordingly, however much of the responsibility for good health lies with the individual. Maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle is imperative to maximal performance and vitality. My practice focuses primarily on endocrine imbalances including thyroid, adrenal and sex hormones, weight loss, digestive dysfunction, immune and allergy support. Through the identification of excesses, deficiencies and dysfunction in these areas I can help my patients optimize their health.
(503) 342-7751
Portland, Oregon 97225
Sarah A Larson, Naturopath  in Canby
“A patient who would be served by me is both curious and motivated about his/her body and return to best health. I enjoy sharing what I know and creating an atmosphere of respect with some levity. You do not need to fit into the medical description of a condition for me to be able to offer care and I spend a lot of time listening to your story to better understand you and your conditions. My tool bag is huge and full of possible options; we can find the treatment plan best suited for you as we work together.
(503) 465-4629
Canby, Oregon 97013
Lee Dennis, Naturopath  in Portland
“As a naturopathic physician, I believe in the core tenets of our profession. These include: the healing power of nature, identify and treat the cause (of disease), first do no harm, doctor as teacher, treat the whole person and lastly, prevention. While utilizing these principles, I truly seek to understand who my patient is, not just the symptoms they are suffering with. This means I'm going to spend a lot of time with you, I'm going to ask a lot of questions and I'll do my best to answer all of yours.
(503) 336-9724
Portland, Oregon 97233
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
Melinda Nickels, Naturopath  in Portland
“Is a high stress world wearing you down? Are you feeling stuck, caught in emotional patterns or dealing with chronic disease? Are you looking for a health care provider who listens and will work with you to find solutions that work for you? I work with people on a variety of health issues, all with an aim of finding the underlying patterns of disharmony and bringing you back to a state of dynamic balance. I address both mind and body and the connections between them, because both can have an effect on health and wellness.
(503) 496-7367
Portland, Oregon 97239
DeAun Nelson, Naturopath  in Portland
“My ideal client is someone who wants to focus on their health, not just their outward appearance. Someone who knows that health is a continuum and sometimes we are one one end or the other, but we can always find ways to make our lives and health better. Someone who also understands that being healthy is being flexible and sometimes that means not doing everything perfectly, even our healthy habits! I am interested in providing weight neutral care for those patients specifically with diabetes or thyroid issues as well.
(503) 210-5881
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kelly Raylinsky, Naturopath  in Portland
“I am a primary care physician focusing on the treatment of anxiety and depression, along with offering services in woman's health, and personal training and nutrition.
(503) 213-4599
Portland, Oregon 97214
Margaret Walsh, Naturopath  in West Linn
“I treat men, women, and children of all ages with a holistic approach. I thoroughly discuss your current and past medical history, perform physical exams, order labs/imaging when necessary, and create an individualized treatment plan to address each of your health concerns. The therapies that I use most frequently are homeopathy, botanicals, prolotherapy, trigger point injections, and clinical nutrition. My primary goals are to use safe and effective natural therapies to address the underlying cause of your illness, restore you to optimal health, and prevent future diseases.
(503) 406-4266
West Linn, Oregon 97068
Rebecca Lynn Berzow, Naturopath  in Beaverton
“Typically my patients come to me at the end of their rope; they have tried many doctors and treatments to no avail and we develop a plan to recreate health and well being in their life. I often see women for fatigue, digestive, insomnia, adrenal fatigue hormonal health and women's sexual health concerns. I see male clients for a variety of concerns my specialty being Andropause and hormonal health for the middle-aged man. Sexual health and enhancement is also possible using herbs and/or drugs if needed.
(503) 305-4559
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
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
Kalista Wellness & Birth Sanctuary, Naturopath  in Medford
“Dr. Wendy Green began her education at the University of California at Santa Cruz, where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. Dr. Wendy then continued her education at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM), where she received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine & Obstetrics - specializing in Midwifery & Pediatrics. She is now enjoying her own practice, Kalista Wellness & Birth Sanctuary, serving Medford and surrounding areas.
(541) 779-0100
Medford, Oregon 97504
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
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

How to tell if Naturopathy is right for me?
A Oregon (OR) 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. Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR)?
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).