Yes. In certain instances, a prescription is the best medicine. For example, if a patient of ours is trying to get pregnant and we discover she has autoimmune thyroid, a thyroid hormone prescription may be a helpful starting point. However, If you already work with a Primary Care Provider (PCP) and you're already on medication, the ongoing management of that medication is the responsibility of that prescribing physician. We can't prescribe prescriptions outside the state of Oregon.
Rescheduling & canceling appointments can only be done independently without support from our office up to 24hrs before your appointment start time. You will only need to contact us to reschedule an appointment after the 24hr mark. It's your responsibility to provide 24hr notice by phone to cancel, reschedule or change appointments. Lots of time and energy go into preparing for your appointment, and this policy protects our ability to offer this level of care.
Yes, we can support you remotely. Since we’re currently only licensed in Oregon, we can’t establish a doctor/patient relationship, but rather a client/consultant relationship. The difference is that we can't diagnose or treat, but we can guide you with recommendations, and all of our out-of-state clients find this is invaluable to their health journey.
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You can park in any available street parking spot on Hawthorne, SE 43rd Street or Clay Street.
We want to be the best health collaborators possible. If you’re looking for a quick-fix prescriber, we’re not the clinic for you. There’s nothing wrong with wanting a quick fix. If you’re looking for a practitioner that will help you to get to the root cause of what’s going on with you and support your body’s ability to restore health, we’re all in!
We sure do! We’re open and available for virtual Telemedicine/Telehealth appointments as well as in-person/in-office appointments.
No, for we do not offer primary care nor qualify for insurance to be labeled as such Primary Care Physicians.
A Naturopathic Doctor, or ND, is a licensed physician that abides by a different philosophy of practice than traditional MD’s and specializes in holistic or naturopathic medicine. The ND philosophy is that the nature of pain is to resolve, and when the pain is not going away, this is an indication that there is a deeper issue at play. They examine the patient holistically–by considering their entire being: biochemical, physical, mental, emotional, and even spiritual. They do this to identify what the “root cause” of the issue is, so that it can be treated and healed, rather than “shutting off” symptoms and potentially driving the illness deeper into the body.