Kara Menzer, ND

Naturopathic Physician

Specialties Include:
Women’s Health, Eating Disorders, Family Medicine including Pediatrics, Integrative Oncology

Preferred pronouns: She/her/hers

Dr. Kara Menzer loves being a family medicine doctor and seeing patients of all ages!

Dr. Menzer is a two-time cancer survivor and personally knows the value of holistic, integrative care. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biological Psychology from UC Davis and her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University. Dr. Menzer believes that her role as a Naturopathic Physician is fundamentally to listen first, ask questions second, and provide patients with a variety of treatment strategies. She rarely uses cookie-cutter “protocols” because no two patients are the same. Every treatment plan must be tailored to an individual’s personal story, beliefs, resources, and values. 

Dr. Menzer is a Health At Every Size (HAES) practitioner with advanced specialty training in women’s health, gastrointestinal health, pediatrics, eating disorders, allergies, heavy metal toxicity, integrative cancer care, and trauma-informed care.

Dr. Menzer currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians (WANP). She is also adjunct faculty at the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine (SIEAM) where she teaches Western Clinical Medicine.

In her spare time, Dr. Menzer can be found swing dancing or playing outside with her husband, kid and American Eskimo direwolf.

* Please note: Given the COVID-19 pandemic and reduced time spent physically in the Natural Medicine of Seattle office, Dr. Menzer is currently not accepting new patients under the age of 3 years old. Please contact our office if you would like the names of some of her favorite Pediatricians who are accepting new patients. 

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“After trying many different MD offices & a few other NDs I’ve found this place & Dr. Kara Menzer. I love it here & she is great. She is very personable and takes her time really explaining and answering your questions. (If I remember correctly the first appointment is at least 45 minutes long!) Also if you need a lab or to get an IV it’s your doctor that performs the task, not another person/assistant….so you really get to build that relationship with your doctor. I’m going to continue here!”

- Erin M., Edmonds

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