• Trauma Relief

    In terms of societal goals, reducing childhood trauma is something we could probably all agree upon. One of the ways that researchers have measured childhood trauma is by looking at the number of different types of traumatic events that a child experiences.  These are termed adverse childhood events and given the acronym ACEs. One of the […]

    Read More

    Trauma Relief

  • Essential Oils

    3 Tips to Invite Clarity & Tranquility with Essential Oils Aroma acupoint therapy is the art of skillfully applying essential oils onto specific meridians of the body. Utilizing the energetics that plants provide makes for a truly creative and revitalizing experience.  Next time you find yourself in a quiet space, give these a try. Bergamot: […]

    Read More

    Essential Oils

  • Sun Safety

    By Suzanne McMurry, ND Yes, the sun really does shine in Seattle! Does this mean you have to use sunscreen and avoid the sun’s harmful rays? You bet, but sunscreen should never be the first line of defense from the sun, especially as we roll into the summer months. Instead: 1. Avoid the peak! Go outdoors […]

    Read More

    Sun Safety

  • Immune Assessment

    From the desk of Dr. Rak – One of my interests in medicine is the study of inappropriate immune responses.  These responses can manifest as seasonal allergies, food sensitivities, or autoimmunity.  When the immune system is devoting effort to non-infectious causes, this often allows infectious pathogens to exist in the body unaccounted for.  Lately, I […]

    Read More

    Immune Assessment

  • #MoveinMay

    What better time to focus on dusting off those running shoes, tuning up your bike, or finding that old tennis racket than National Physical Fitness and Sports Month?  Remember: you don’t have to be an elite athlete to get out and move.  All you need is to carve out 30 minutes daily to start incorporating […]

    Read More

    #MoveinMay

  • Stress and Gut Bacteria

    Understanding the relationship between your gut and brain is key to optimizing digestion and improving stress levels. These two seemingly separate organs are strongly connected via the vagus nerve. This nerve delivers messages between the enteric and central nervous system. Eating while in a state of stress causes decreased absorption of nutrients by reduction of […]

    Read More

    Stress and Gut Bacteria

  • Keep Those Peels

    We are all accustomed to peeling fruits and vegetables, tossing away the rinds.  But what if these seemingly inedible plant parts are actually beneficial to us?  As it turns out, the rinds of many fruits are loaded with powerful phytochemicals that nourish, detoxify, and scavenge free radicals found within our bodies. Here’s a list of […]

    Read More

    Keep Those Peels

  • Elderberry Syrup

    Elderberry Syrup: A Household Staple Are you wondering why everyone around you seems to be talking about elderberries these days? With this years’ flu outbreaks and recurrent upper respiratory infections, we cannot get enough of these dark blue berries. They’re rich in Vitamin C and are powerful allies in combating colds and flu and can […]

    Read More

    Elderberry Syrup

HCG Weight Loss

Want to lose up to a pound a day in a safe, medically supervised program? Check out our Clean and Lean HCG Weight Loss Program. It allows you to: Rid yourself of excess weight that you could never lose before. Reset your metabolism to its optimal setting. Reach optimal energy and ideal mood. Reduce elevated blood […]

Read More
What is Naturopathy?

What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathic medicine is founded on trust—trust in the body’s innate ability to heal; trust in the natural remedies that support healing; and trust in advances in both science and medicine which have provided an even greater understanding of the healing process of the human body.

Read More
Dr. Jena cheers a young patient.

Our Healthcare Services

Our doctors are primary care physicians. They see adults and children for preventive care, wellness, and for the treatment of acute and chronic illness. A primary care physician (PCP) is the first point of contact for a patient.

Read More

Connect with your doctor on Patient Fusion

Do you have questions for your doctor about prescriptions, supplements, symptoms, or other health issues?  Call the clinic at (206) 535-8867 to set up your Patient Fusion account.  Already have an account set up?  Just follow the link below.