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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 seven 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.
Dr. DiDomenico is a Bastyr graduate in her 23rd year as a health care practitioner in the Federal Way area. Dr. Beth worked as a licensed Massage Therapist in rehab settings for 7 years before becoming an ND. Dr. Beth is a recipient of the Joseph Pizzorno, ND Bastyr Alumni Award and a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). She is the founder of Federal Way Naturopathy, which was chosen as a STAIR Integrative medicine residency site in 2013, one of only 2 US sites to be chosen yearly. 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.
Dr. Karen Rasmussen 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, hormone therapy, and western herbal medicine; effective modalities used to treat a variety of conditions. Dr. Karen practices family medicine at Federal Way Naturopathy. Her clinical interests include women's health, such as premenstrual syndrome, menopause, hypothyroidism, and menstrual irregularities. She also specializes in children’s health offering well child visits, vaccine consultations, and optimization of immune and nutrient health. She treats conditions such as allergies, colds, ear infections, and ADHD. Another area of expertise includes weight loss, where Dr. Karen works with each patient to develop an individualized nutrition plan.
Dr. Karen creates balance in her life by spending time with her husband and 2 kids, and finding rejuvenation through time outdoors, trail running, hiking, biking and swimming.
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. He 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.
Dr. Hart is a 1991 graduate of Bastyr University. She’s been in private practice for 25 years in Seattle, Burien, and Federal Way. She’s been a student and teacher of Tai Chi Ch’uan for over 40 years and currently teaches at Federal Way Naturopathy. She’s been past adjunct faculty at Bastyr teaching Tai Chi and Craniosacral Therapy. Dr. Hart practices general medicine with all ages, utilizing nature’s foods, herbs and homeopathic remedies along with hands-on Craniosacral Therapy and visceral manipulation. She is a member of the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
“I love helping people of all ages maintain their health and vitality. I bring a warm and compassionate presence to my healing work. My 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 and requires a balance of body, mind, and spirit. After a quarter century in practice I can say we are all unique individuals in every way and we owe it to ourselves to find helpful guides and consultants on our path to a healthy life.”
Lectures by Dr. Hart
Growing Healthy Bones
Dr. Allison Greenberg earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Linfield College, where she developed an interest in human physiology and botany. She then graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon with her naturopathic doctorate degree. With completion of her medical training, Dr. Greenberg had the honor of being selected for the nationally recognized STAIR Integrative Residency position at Federal Way Naturopathy, where she had the opportunity to be mentored by both naturopathic physicians and a medical doctor. She now continues to practice at FWN as a primary family care physician. Dr. Greenberg enjoys seeing the whole family, from pediatrics to middle-age related conditions. She has special interests in blood sugar management, digestive complaints and women’s health.
In her approach to wellness, Dr.Greenberg evaluates lab work thoroughly to make sure values are optimal and not just “in range” and also provides specialty lab testing, including food sensitivity testing, functional GI testing, specialty cardiovascular and diabetes screening, neurotransmitter and hormone testing. Using naturopathic philosophy as her guide, she uses the least invasive and most natural therapies to promote self-healing in the body.
Dr. Greenberg believes in educating her patients so they are able to take control of their health and accomplish their life goals. She is also passionate about nutrition and frequently offers dietary counseling and recipe ideas to her patients.
Dr. Nguyen received her Bachelors of Science from University of South Carolina and earned her Naturopathic Doctorate and Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine at Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington. She completed her residency in Integrative Oncology at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Chicago and is certified as a Fellow in the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology.
Dr. Nguyen practices family medicine with special interests in integrative oncology, women’s health and digestive health.
Dr. Nguyen holds a strong belief in natural medicine. Her mission is to create individual health plans utilizing evidence based medicine, natural therapies and traditional Eastern philosophies based on the unique needs and goals of each patient. Her goal is for you to leave her office inspired and motivated about your role in your health and clear about the next step in the process.
Dr. Moma is a Bastyr University graduate and board certified Naturopathic Doctor. He holds a Bachelors Degree from Gonzaga University, as well as training in Integrative Medicine from the University of Arizona. He is licensed in Washington State as a Primary Care Provider and maintains a DEA license for prescribing testosterone and other controlled substances. He is offering visits for both English and Spanish speaking patients.
Dr. Moma believes in the integration of modern medical science with natural healing methods. He encourages his patients to become advocates for their health by emphasizing patient education.
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