I am excited to work with you to address your health needs and provide solutions to your obstacles.
I am dedicated to listening and hearing each individual’s needs. My passion is to create a space for health to occur. I do this by creating a partnership between doctor and patient. I encourage each of my patients to be proactive with their own health, and I strive to be more than just a doctor. I am a coach, a supporter, and a healer…and I am here to serve you. We may share both laughs and tears as we journey through your health challenges; but my goal is to guide your journey to find balance on all levels of healing.
When I entered middle school at the age of twelve I had a devastating setback, losing my father to melanoma skin cancer. Truly struck with sadness I searched my soul to find my inner healer. As I grew older I felt a true calling to help people. This calling first brought me to the University of Washington in pursuit of medical school, where I obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry.
How I Got Here
I then attended Bastyr University, in Kenmore, Washington, the leading naturopathic medical school in the world. I received my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the four year accredited Naturopathic Medical School with training focused in prevention and promotion of wellness in a primary care setting. Once graduating I founded Interactive Health Clinic PLLC., a family practice that integrates the roots of ancient medicine with the philosophies of modern medicine – with the goal of promoting health.
What I Do
I practice in Lynnwood/Mill Creek and Port Angeles, Washington where I strive to make my patients and community feel welcome. I treat more than symptoms, instead looking at indications of your state of health and using them as a guide to address the cause of your health issues. I am committed to identifying the root cause of your health issues and will work tirelessly with you until we do.
I am passionate about the career I have chosen, work with people of all ages, and treat both acute and chronic illness.