Bastyr Center is a teaching clinic with a Team Care approach. Your health concerns are evaluated comprehensively by a licensed health professional and approximately two advanced-student clinicians.
Many of our health care professionals also teach at Bastyr University. All of our clinical supervisors are experienced in patient care, and many have private practices as well. Clinical supervisors are intimately involved with each patient’s case.
Bastyr University Clinic is a teaching clinic with a Team Care approach. Your health concerns are evaluated comprehensively by a licensed health professional and generally two advanced-student clinicians.
Dr. Mann, who helped found the Pacific College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1978, supervises students in homeopathy appointments at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Stephanie's interest in food and human health is informed in part by her interest in the health of the environment; she believes farming methods have profound effects on the nutritional value of our food, as well as the health of our world.
Dr Mercer’s clinical interests include pediatrics, women’s health, family medicine, mental health, and chronic disease. Dr Mercer is certified in classical homeopathy, a deep acting treatment that promotes healing on the mental, emotional and physical plane simultaneously. This amplifies the benefits of other naturopathic treatments she employs.
Dr. Milkis' special interests include men’s health, gastroenterology, endocrinology, infectious disease (including HIV and hepatitis), immune system issues, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, allergies (food and environmental), chronic fatigue, chronic pain and musculoskeletal injuries.
Dr. Minoff is an adjunct faculty member who supervises acupuncture students at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. She also works in private practice in Seattle.
Dr. Neary's clinical interests include preventive and integrative family medicine, women’s health, gastrointestinal disorders and lifestyle counseling.
Dr. Neary supervises physical medicine shifts, specializing in treatments including manipulation of soft and osseous tissues, hydrotherapy, therapeutic ultrasound, and electrical muscle stimulation.
Fiona O'Farrell supervises counseling students in Team Care with a goal to provide support during challenges while working together in partnership to dismantle negative beliefs, activate inner strengths and find fulfillment in one's identity.
Dr. Parkinson supervises physical medicine shifts and holds an interest in treating irritable bowel syndrome; muscle, joint and back pain; and allergies.