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. 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. Dean is an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr Center, where he oversees students in ayurvedic medicine appointments.
Kory is a registered dietitian nutritionist who is passionate about whole foods nutrition and mind-body health. She specializes in providing expert nutrition counseling to help clients enhance their physical and emotional health.
As an ayurvedic practitioner, Dr. Dhru believes his role is to educate and empower people regarding their basic constitution and current state of imbalance, how it developed and what can be done to restore the balance.
Dr. Ding has been practicing acupuncture and Chinese herbs combined with Western Medicine since 1976, in addition to working as a registered nurse in neurosurgery and organ transplantation for eight years.
Dr. Dodge's interests include combining primary care and physical medicine with a focus on management of physical injuries and pain syndromes using hands-on treatments.
Dr. Dompe believes in supporting the inherent healing ability of each individual, and take every opportunity to empower patients through education.
Mr. Dowling’s clinical interests include auricular acupuncture, herbal medicine and manual therapy.
Dr. Elabbadi’s clinical interests include family medicine, gastroenterology, metabolic disease and disease prevention. Her research background led her to value the role of diet and lifestyle in the initiation and progression of disease.
Dr. Farmer is a clinical supervisor for counseling at Bastyr Center for Natural Health and is the director of clinical training for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Clinical Health Psychology program.