Natural Medicine of Seattle Blog
Dr. Grace Chang explains the process and science behind the hottest effective treatment for treating hair loss: PRP
You don’t have to suffer for 9 months of your life. There are many safe, natural and effective ways you can treat those annoying discomforts of pregnancy. Here are 3 of the most common problems, and how to treat them.
Natural Medicine of Seattle is excited to announce that we are now offering Telehealth (also known as telemedicine or e-health) services to our existing patients!
In the philosophy of naturopathic medicine, it is believed that the body has the innate wisdom to heal. We call this force of vitality the “vis” and its strength determines how quickly and how well a person will heal.
Dr. Ian McLogan explains what IBS is, how he diagnoses it, and common treatment options.
Natural Medicine of Seattle’s Dr. Alisha Ghajar weighs the pros and cons of The Mediterranean Diet, The Paleo Diet, and the Ketogenic Diet for National Nutrition Month!
Happy February! Our very own Dr. Kalin Suzuki shares heart healthy tips for celebrating Valentine’s Day and American Heart Month. Learn how sugar can impact heart health, and what to do instead.
Shoulder pain is one of the most common reasons why people seek the advice of a physician or occupational or physical therapist. Here I’m going to define symptoms that indicate when you should seek medical attention for your shoulder pain.
Practicing as a naturopathic doctor and an acupuncturist provides a unique lens through which I can view my patients’ health care concerns. Some people ask me how my background in both traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and naturopathic medicine influences the way I practice.
When you talk to a lot of naturopathic doctors, you’ll find a rich, driving purpose. And you’ll often find a story that brought them to becoming a naturopath. Dr. Ian McLogan is no exception. Discover his story…