Dr. Wieser is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in the state of Washington, Montana, and California. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Science from The Evergreen State College, and received her Doctorate at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine.
She believes strongly that the body has the natural innate ability to heal itself. Her purpose as a physician is to prevent disease, promote health, and as well as restore and maintain optimal wellbeing. Additionally, she works along-side her patients to encourage them to take an active role in their health. Each of her treatments are individualized to treat the whole person paying special attention to physical, mental, emotional, and environmental aspects of health.
Dr. Wieser particularly enjoys working with chronic allergies, digestive disorders, skin conditions, hormone imbalance in men and women, mental/emotional complaints, natural pain management using Regenerative Injection Techniques (RIT) also known as Prolotherapy, chronic fatigue, and using nutrigenomics in treating multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS). She mainly utilizes nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, neuromuscular technique, detoxification incorporating cleanse and weight loss programs, natural hormone replacement, and life style counseling as her major treatment modalities.
In her free time, Dr. Wieser spends her time playing rec. soccer, jogging, exploring new hiking trails, horseback trail riding, and planning her next backpacking trip.
Naturopathic medicine is a system focusing on using natural methods and substances to stimulate the bodies self healing response. As a Naturopathic doctor, my purpose as a family physician is to prevent disease, promote health, and maintain optimal well being. Each treatment is individualized to treat the whole person, paying special attention to the physical, mental, emotional, and environmental aspects of health.
Suffering from chronic cold and flu, fatigue, seasonal depression and looking to minimize symptoms quickly or for preventative treatment?
Discuss your options at your next appointment:
B Vitamin injections
Engystol Injections (homeopathic)
What is a Naturopathic Doctor?
Naturopathic Doctors earn a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (N.D.) from a four year accredited naturopathic medical school, following four years of pre-medical undergraduate university studies. Like other physicians, they hold a license to practice medicine, are overseen by a board of medical examiners, ability to make referrals, and have prescription rights.
Commonly treated conditions
Digestion, Constipation, IBS
Allergies & Environmental conditions
Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne
Arthritis, Athletic Injuries & Fibromyalgia
Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
Migraine Headaches, Bladder infections
PMS, Menstrual disorders, Infertility
Enhance health in Pregnancy
Prostatitis, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
Colds, Flu, and Digestive upset
Ear and Throat infections
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
Mental emotional stress, Anxiety,
Depression, Insomnia, and ADHD
Autoimmune Diseases, Weight loss
Clinical nutrition– the use of individual dietary protocols, vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional supplements.
Botanical Medicine– the use of plant substances such in forms of teas, tinctures, plant oils, homeopathic remedies, flower essences, salves, suppositories, and capsules for their nutritive properties.
Homeopathy– the use of minute amounts of natural substances to stimulate the bodies self-healing abilities.
Life style counseling– identifying life-style and environmental risk factors and assist the patient in utilizing alternative approaches to enhance their health.
Regenerative Injection Therapy– Natural stimulation of stem cells to repair collagen with Prolotherapy /PRP injections into damaged connective tissue in and around joints to decrease pain, promote stability, and stimulating healing