If you prefer to meet with a practitioner one-on-one, you may see one of our licensed clinicians in Bastyr’s Practitioner Care department, which is housed on the second floor of Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Participating insurance plans are accepted, as well as cash, checks, debit cards, Visa and MasterCard. To make a Practitioner Care appointment, please call (206) 834-4100.
If you prefer to meet with a practitioner one-on-one, you may see one of our licensed clinicians at the Bastyr Clinic. Participating insurance plans are accepted, as well as cash, checks, debit cards, Visa and MasterCard.
To make a Practitioner Care appointment, please call (206) 834-4100.
Dr. Philp takes special interest in chronic illness, autoimmune disease, pain management, women’s health, therapeutic nutrition, botanical medicine and homeopathy.
Dr. Pilon is skilled at combining the strengths of conventional medical care with naturopathic wisdom to ensure that patients get safe and effective treatment.
First year resident in the Naturopathic Medicine Department at BCNH.
Janna Rome is trained in craniosacral work, certified in the use of low-level laser therapy and particularly enjoys working with complicated emotional and health conditions.
Dr. Smith, who supervises students in the Diabetes and Cardiovascular Wellness specialty shift and at the 45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic, has clinical interests including cardiovascular health, diabetes, weight loss and men's health.
Dr. Somol takes a special interest in women’s health and adolescent medicine. She is especially focused on preventive care and sees a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.
Dr. Sturgeon, chair of the Department of Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine at Bastyr University, has significant expertise in herbal preparation and botanical identity.
As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Wallace is passionate about treating the whole person and thinking outside of the box of our current medical model. Supporting the body’s ability to maintain a healthy environment for healing should always be considered with the least invasive option considered first.
Dr. Wallace, chief medical officer at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, strives to support the healing power of nature through the use of nutrition, lifestyle counseling, natural therapeutics and a strong commitment to the doctor-patient relationship.
Dr Winship is a first year resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. He supervises student clinicians in the Department of Naturopathic Medicine and sees patients in private practice.