Our mission is to partner with our patients to understand and facilitate their body's own natural mechanisms for healing. The team of doctors and staff at Federal Way Naturopathy is dedicated to patient care that is reliable, affordable and attainable.

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Our specialties include; cranial sacral therapy, botanical medicine, bio identical hormone therapy, counseling, nutrition, weight loss support and physical medicine. Our team of five naturopathic doctors employ their wide range of experiences and specialties to offer you the most extensive naturopathic healing options available. We are primary care physicians, have prescriptive privileges, and treat newborns to geriatric patients.

At Federal Way Naturopathy, we have a full medical dispensary, featuring herbs and nutrients, on site for your convenience. Our physicians specialize in the safe and personalized use of supplements including drug and herbal interactions.

We are committed to sustainable choices in every aspect of our practice. We use only recycled paper, organic -or no- fertilizers in our landscaping, we clean without harsh chemicals and we remodel with the greenest products and materials available. Federal Way Naturopathy is proud to have installed one of the first rain gardens in Federal Way. Rain gardens are an effective means of managing storm water runoff from roof tops and parking lots, decreasing overflow in sewers, flooding risk and filtering out oil and chemicals from drain water before harmful substances reach our wetlands and marine waters. If there are ways we can be better stewards of our resources we will use them.

Did you know that a vitamin B-12 deficiency could cause you to experience fatigue, depression and poor memory? Are you one of the many Northwest residents who suffer from seasonal affective disorder due to vitamin D deficiency? Are your children picky eaters and you're concerned that they aren't receiving the nutrients they need to grow properly? Vitamin and nutrient deficiency is more common than you may realize. At Federal Way Naturopathy, we focus on optimal nutrition, not minimum requirements. Schedule an appointment for a nutritional assessment, dietary counsel or testing today to ensure you have the best nutrition possible.

Why choose Wiley hormone replacement therapy for treatment of menopausal symptoms? The Wiley protocol is a trademarked natural plant derived hormone replacement delivery system. Topical hormone preparations of estradiol, progesterone, and testosterone are dosed to mimic the natural hormone rhythm of a healthy young menstruating woman. This therapy is extremely effective in treating symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, fatigue, depression, anxiety, memory loss, low libido, headaches, and much more. One of our staff, Dr. Karen Rasmussen, has gone through extensive training to become a Wiley certified practitioner and we are the only clinic in Federal Way to offer this unique therapy.

Beth DiDomenico, ND

Beth DiDomenico, NDDr. DiDomenico is a Bastyr graduate in her 20th year as a health care practitioner in the Federal Way area. Dr. Beth received her B.S. in biology from WSU. She worked as a licensed Massage Therapist in rehab settings for 7 years before becoming an ND. Dr. Beth is a co-author for the HIV Therapeutics chapter in the Textbook of Natural Medicine. She is a member of both the Washington and American Associations of Naturopathic Physicians (WANP, AANP) and the founder of Federal Way Naturopathy. Although she practices family medicine, Dr. Beth has special interest in functional nutrition and treating headaches. She has lectured nationally to Naturopaths and Medical Doctors on integrative therapy.

Karen Rasmussen, ND

Dr. Karen graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA where she was inspired to learn natural, safe, science-based approach to wellness and health. This inspiration led her to Bastyr University where she earned a doctorate in naturopathic medicine. Dr. Karen has extensive training in nutrient therapy, exercise therapeutics, diet and lifestyle counseling, detoxification, homeopathy, and western herbal medicine, effective modalities used to treat a variety of conditions. Dr. Karen practices family medicine with clinical interests in women's health, pediatrics, and weight loss.


Dr. Karen is committed to offering patients compassionate comprehensive natural medical care. She listens to her patients needs and concerns so she can offer specific and individualized treatment plans utilizing numerous natural therapies. Her passion lies in educating her patients so they are both informed and empowered to make healthy, optimal lifestyle choices. Dr. Karen encourages laughter and optimism on the path to well-being.

Colleen Hart, ND

Dr. Hart is a 1991 graduate of Bastyr University. She's been in private practice since 1992 in Seattle, Burien, and Federal Way. Her undergraduate degree is from Evergreen State College in Human Health and Behavior. She's been a student and teacher of Tai Chi Ch'uan for over 30 years and currently teaches in the local community. She's been past adjunct faculty at Bastyr teaching Tai Chi and cranial sacral therapy. Dr. Hart practices general medicine with all ages, utilizing nature's foods, herbs and homeopathics along with hands-on cranial sacral therapy and visceral manipulation. She is a member of the Washington and the American Associations of Naturopathic Physicians.


Dr. Hart loves helping people of all ages maintain their health and vitality. She brings a warm and compassionate presence to her healing work. Her goal is to relieve suffering, prevent future disease and empower patients to be confident in their own self-care. "Holistic Health Care combines the best of modern medicine and ancient wisdom. Health requires a balance of body, mind, and spirit. We are all capable of attaining that goal."

Lectures by Dr. Hart
Growing Healthy Bones

Riding the Wave of Hormonal Transition: Menses to Menopause

Stress: The silent Killer

Summer Allergies: "Hayfever"

Taking Care of the Care Givers, Taking Care of Oneself

Chris Kozura, ND

Dr. Kozura specializes in Naturopathic physical and sports medicine; he uses different types of treatment to help the body function better including: therapeutic massage and body work, therapeutic taping with kinesiotape, naturopathic joint manipulation, muscle energy stretching, exercise prescription, and Biopuncture or healing injection therapy. He also enjoys food and environmental medicine. This includes testing for allergies and sensitivities using Carroll blood spot testing, US Biotek blood spot testing and specific functional gastrointestinal testing and toxin removal. Being a vegan for 12 years, Dr. Kozura can support that diet as well. Men also have the option to see a male doctor to help them to create optimal health. Also Dr. Kozura can also perform sports physicals for teens.

Dr. Anja Crider

Anja CriderDr. Anja Crider is a 1992 graduate from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. After completing residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dr. Crider gained experience in both primary care and in reproductive health in the military for 11 years. As an Army Physician and as a National Ski Patrol doctor, Dr. Crider has become familiar with acute musculoskeletal issues and travel medicine. Exposure to different cultures in medicine inspired her to embrace alternative therapies in addition to traditional western medicine with the goal of achieving optimum health. She believes in compassionate care where patients are educated and empowered to realize their health goals.

Dr. Crider is a graduate of the nationally recognized Helms Medical Institute for Medical Acupuncture which is recognized by the American Board of Medical Acupuncture and by the US military. The military utilizes this course to train physicians specifically in acute injuries as well as post- traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Specific interests include general medical care, preventative and screening examinations, teen and women's health (contraception, hirsuitism, painful or heavy menses, endometriosis, nonsurgical urinary issues of incontinence and prolapse) as well as varying approaches for depression, anxiety, headaches, insomnia, chronic musculoskeletal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia and PTSD related issues.



Charlyne Coke, ND, L.Ac

Charlyne CokeDr. Coke’s passion for medicine started at a young age when she was exposed to various healing techniques and diets as an exchange student in both Japan and Spain. Her interest in medicine and
cultures led her to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Washington.
She continued her education with the pursuit of medicine at Bastyr University where, in 2005, she earned a
Master’s of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Coke blends western and eastern medicine offering a wide range of treatment options that include
nutrition and lifestyle counseling, as well as herbal remedies and acupuncture. Dr. Coke practices general
family medicine with a special interest in women’s health, fatigue, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and pain

Dr. Coke treats every patient with an individualized approach. Her focus is on using therapies that are gentle and supportive to the body. She is very passionate about helping patients who have complex medical issues. She believes in educating and helping patients find their own personal balance to optimize their wellness and direct their body to the most healing state they can achieve.

Allison Greenberg, ND Resident

Allison GreenbergDr. Greenberg earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. Her love for nature and intrigue with human physiology led her to the National College of Natural Medicine, where she received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine in 2013. As an officer in the Naturopathic Medical Student Association, she played an active role in organizing naturopathic student participation in the AANP’s annual lobbying event in Washington, DC each year. After completion of her naturopathic training, Dr. Greenberg was selected as the 2013 STAIR Integrative AANP Resident for Federal Way Naturopathy. Outside of her medical interests, she enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

Travis BoyleTravis Boyle

Dr. Boyle is among a small community of naturopathic physicians who specialize in the practice of homeopathy. Dr. Boyle works to address the underlying cause of illness, while stimulating the body’s own ability to heal. This therapeutic framework allows for the investigation of how each of us are inherently different from one another, and how our response to stressors shapes the way we experience disease. Homeopathy is not condition specific, but rather accounts for the whole person, and can be effective in addressing a variety of health conditions. Dr. Boyle uses homeopathy to address a number of health conditions and is especially interested in chronic illness.

Dr. Boyle received his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University. Dr. Boyle’s undergraduate studies include a Bachelors Degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences with an emphasis in Biomedical Science, a minor in Chemistry, and advanced study in Molecular Diagnostics and Complementary Medicine from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Originally from the Midwest, Dr. Boyle now calls the beautiful state of Washington his home and especially enjoys outdoor activities with his family.

Dr. Boyle views the human body as a dynamic entity; it is ever changing, constantly evolving, and continually adapting. His approach to treatment incorporates the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of the individual.

He strives to understand the important role your individuality plays in your health and wellbeing, as well as in your response to illness.