Dr. Day is a first-year resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, where he supervises student clinicians in the Department of Naturopathic Medicine. He also sees patients one-on-one in private practice.
Dr. Day is actively involved in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) clinical research through the Bastyr Research Institute.
Dr. Day provides patient-centered care that is comprehensive, practical, and caring. He strives to empower patients to be active participants in their healthcare. He tailor makes each treatment plan so they align with the values and preferences of his patients. Dr. Day use an array of treatments modalities and attempt to seamlessly integrate alternative and conventional treatments. Fundamentally he believes that simple lifestyle changes can profoundly impact quality of life and prevent disease in both the short- and long-term. It is his goal to help improve his patients’ well-being so they can devote their energy towards the things that matter most to them.
Dr. Day's clinical interests include family medicine, cardiovascular disease and diabetes management, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, depression, mind-body medicine and hands-on treatment of pain.
University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts in English 2008
Bastyr University, Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine, 2016
Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Academy of Naturopathic Primary Care Physicians