Bastyr Center is a teaching clinic that offers a Team Care approach. You also may choose to see a licensed health care provider one-on-one through private practice, or make an appointment with one of our naturopathic residents for the same price as a Team Care visit.
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Dr. Altman's clinical interests include type 2 diabetes, digestive wellness, physical medicine, acupuncture and East Asian medicine.
Dr. Bayer's clinical interests include treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and pain management.
Dr. Bender's clinical interests include integrative and holistic family medicine and mental health, and applying comprehensive approaches including dietary/lifestyle modifications, botanical medicine and homeopathy to treat a variety of health concerns.
Dr. Bower is adjunct faculty at Bastyr University, where she teaches botanical medicine and gynecology classes and supervises student physicians at Bastyr Center for Natural Health
Dr. Brammer's special areas of interest are women’s medicine and the treatment of chronic disease with a focus on lifestyle change, nutrition and botanical medicine.
Dr. Brignall supervises the Integrative Cancer Care specialty shift at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. His special interests include cancer and pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dr. Cao's clinical interests are internal medicine, cancer care, stress relief, infertility, menopause, immune support and pain control.
Dr. Carvlin is a first year resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, where she supervises and teaches student clinicians in the Department of Naturopathic Medicine. She also sees patients in private practice.
Mysti Coccia-Eddy currently servies as Adjunct Faculty, supervising counseling students. In addition, she has a private psychotherapy practice in Seattle, and offers clinical supervision to associate licensees.
Dr. Congdon provides family medicine in private practice at Bastyr Center, and has a special interest in digestive health and treating inflammatory and functional disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.
Dr. Connor's areas of interest include physical medicine, pain management, gastroenterology, endocrinology and visceral manipulation.
Dr. Cullen has several years of experience in evaluating and managing female health conditions including menstrual disorders, vaginitis, cervical abnormalities, infertility and contraception management including IUD placement.
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.
Dr. Fresonke's clinical interests include menopause and natural hormone replacement, neurotransmitter testing and balancing, digestive issues, and endocrine disorders.
First Year Resident
BA in Biochemistry from University of Washington in Seattle, WA in 2011; Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in 2017.
Lisa Hake is a supervising counseling shift supervisor in Team Care.
First Year Resident at BCNH (Team Care, Resident Care)
Cynthia Hedlund is an adjunct faculty member, supervising Counseling shifts in Team Care.
Dr. Hibbs takes a special interest in family medicine, toxicology, environmental medicine and clinical depuration (elimination of toxic substances), neurodegenerative disorders, endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, autoimmune disease, viral hepatitis C and B, men’s health, and healing with whole foods and other natural modalities as much as possible.
Ms. Hughes's clinical interests include chemical dependency, women's health, geriatrics and the treatment of chronic disease, end of life care, cancer care, and stroke rehabilitation.
Dawn is a registered dietitian and level 1 diabetes educator, her clinical interests include diabetes prevention and management, weight management, hypertension, high cholesterol, high triglycerides as well as general nutrition.
Dr. Johnson's clinical interests include women’s health, naturopathic gynecology, preconception care and counseling, hormone balance and thyroid health.
First Year Resident at BCNH (Team Care, Private Practice)
Seattle Pacific University 2009-2013, Bachelors of Science in Physiology
Bastyr University 2013-2017, Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine
Ms. King's clinical interests include women's disorders, pediatrics, pain control and allergy elimination.
Dr. Kirkham has a particular focus on using acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat acute and chronic pain, including sport injuries.
Jordan is a clinical supervisor for counseling at Bastyr Center for Natural Health and the owner of Atlas Counseling PLLC, a private counseling practice in Seattle.
Dr. Lamden’s clinical interests include primary care naturopathic medicine, physical medicine, sports medicine and treatment of allergy-related problems as well as problems related to environmental and toxic exposure.
Dr. Lesnak's clinical interests include family medicine, women’s health, pediatrics, autoimmune disease, diabetes and cardiovascular medicine, IBS including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and methylation nutrigenomics.
Dr. Lichtenstein's clinical interests include biofeedback, craniosacral therapy, ortho-bionomy, continuum movement therapy, authentic movement and five rhythms dance.
Dr. Liu’s clinical interests include acupuncture; the restoration and channeling of qi; and qigong and herbal treatment for pain, gynecological, pediatric and psychological disorders.
Brenda Loew specializes in gentle Japanese-style acupuncture, primarily Toyohari Meridian Therapy, Manaka Yin Yang Channel Balancing Therapy and Shonishin pediatric acupuncture.
Dr. Lu has a particular interest in treating pain, allergies, women's problems, insomnia, asthma, addictions, fatigue and digestive disorders.
Dr. Lu practices family medicine and internal medicine with an emphasis on pain management; functional disorders such as emotional and physical anxiety, mild depression, IBS and allergies; and stroke rehabilitation.
Dr. Lumiere's academic and clinical interests include electroacupuncture, Chinese dietary therapy, cancer, immunity, menopause and stroke rehabilitation.
Dr. Ma's clinical interests include gynecology and internal medicine. She has more than 35 years of experience in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
Dr. Mann, who helped found the Pacific College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1978, supervises students in homeopathy appointments at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
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. 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 supervises physical medicine shifts, specializing in treatments including manipulation of soft and osseous tissues, hydrotherapy, therapeutic ultrasound, and electrical muscle stimulation.
Traci Pantuso is Adjunct Clinical Faculty
Dr. Parkinson supervises physical medicine shifts and holds an interest in treating irritable bowel syndrome; muscle, joint and back pain; and allergies.
Dr. Pellegrini's clinical interests include diabetes and cardiovascular disease. She supports her patients’ health with herbal medicine, hydrotherapy, nutrition, detoxification, lifestyle changes and counseling.
First Year Resident at BCNH (Team Care and Private Practice)
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Bastyr University, 2013-2017
Bsc. Biology, Trinity Western University, 2008-2012
Dr. Peterson is a clinical faculty member at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, where he supervises students in Integrative Cancer Care.
Dr. Philp takes special interest in chronic illness, autoimmune disease, pain management, women’s health, therapeutic nutrition, botanical medicine and homeopathy.
Dr. Robbins practices integrative family medicine with a focus on chronic illness and prevention. His clinical interests include allergies, autoimmune conditions, men's health and mental health.
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. Rosen's clinical interests include the application of cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based interventions for treatment of anxiety, depression, habit disorders, stress-related conditions and optimal performance.
Dr. Rubinstein's clinical interests include the treatment of chronic pain, fibromyalgia and dermatological complaints.
Allen Sayigh, manager of the Chinese and Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine Dispensary, is responsible for formulating herbal remedies for patients and overseeing the dispensary's operations.
Ms. Scott specializes in auricular acupuncture and gentle Japanese-style acupuncture incorporating Manaka Yin Yang Channel Balancing Therapy and Toyohari Japanese Meridian Therapy incorporating palpation of the abdomen, meridians and pulses to inform how best to approach treating the patient's health care concerns.
Jessica serves as a clinical supervisor for Counseling at Bastyr Center for Natural Health and works in private practice where she specializes in Mindfulness and Acceptance-based counseling with a focus on preventive stress-management and sustainable mind-body wellness.
Dr. Simon believes in finding the best approach to support his patient’s health goals and this begins with listening whole-heartedly to their concerns and motivations.
Dr. Smith's clinical interests include psychosynthesis, spiritual psychologies, anxiety, depression, meditation, career counseling and life-purpose work.
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. Standish, a faculty supervisor in the Integrative Cancer Care specialty shift, has clinical interests including naturopathic oncology and neurology, chronic hepatitis C, as well as basic neuroscience research.
First Year Resident at BCNH
Dr. Tseng's clinical interests include internal medicine, gynecology, cancer management and nutritional therapy.
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. Wang's clinical interests include internal disease, cancer and pain-related conditions.
Dr. Weissman is a clinical faculty member at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, where she supervises acupuncture and East Asian medicine students in Team Care. She also works in private practice in Bellevue.
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.
Bastyr University, Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine, 2011
University of Texas at Tyler, BS Chemistry, Mathetics Minor, 1986
Dr. Yin takes a special interest in allergies, digestive disorders, women's health and geriatric health. She emphasizes preventive health through routine screening exams and long-term modification of the diet and lifestyle.
ND — Naturopathic Doctor
MD — Medical Doctor
LAc — Licensed Acupuncturist
DiplAc — Board Certified in Acupuncture
DAOM — Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
RN — Registered Nurse
RD — Registered Dietitian
PhD — Doctoral Degree
MS — Master of Science
PT — Physical Therapist
MPH — Masters of Public Health
LM — Licensed Midwife
MD (China) — Prior license as a medical doctor in China
DHANP — Diplomate of Homeopathic Association of Naturopathic Physicians
CDE — Certified Diabetes Educator
CD — Certified Dietitian
LMHC — Licensed Mental Health Counselor