Providers:

Beth DiDomenico, ND owner. Bastyr graduate 1998.

Karen Rasmussen, ND. Bastyr graduate 2002. Working at FWN since 2002.

Colleen Hart, ND. Bastyr graduate 1991. Working at FWN since 2006.

Allison Greenberg, ND. National College of Naturopathic Medicine graduate 2013.

Dr. Satish Mohan, Bastyr graduate

Dr. Jon M. Moma, Bastyr graduate

Dr. Nhung Viet Nguyen Bastyr Graduate

Services:

In addition to ND, MD, and LAc services, the Federal Way Naturopathy building houses practitioners of massage and physical therapy, as well as yoga, tai chi and health education classes.

FWN provides medical billing services and training for other clinics.

We have one of the largest clinic herbal and nutritional dispensaries in Washington state.

The building is striving to qualify as a certified LEED Green building in Washington state. We have added a medicinal herb, native plants and rain gardens to our property.

Community Service:

2004- 2013 Annual Free Clinic Day to provide medical and laboratory services and supplements for underinsured or financially challenged patients.

2008- current provide preceptor opportunities for ND, Pharmacy, MA and undergraduate students to enhance their understanding of naturopathic and integrative medicine.

2008 Donate and deliver medical supplies and supplements to The Hamlin Fistula Hospital and an orphanage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

2010 Provide transportation costs to Haiti for 1 of our ND’s to be a medical volunteer after earthquake.

2010- 2013 Red Canoe School Supply drive drop off site.

2010- current Community Supported Agriculture pick up site.

2009-current Dispensary program for low income families to get free or reduced cost supplements.

2011- current Annual donor of time, space, money and auction items for FUSION, a local nonprofit providing housing for homeless women and children.

2012 Clinic participation in Rollermania nonprofit fundraiser.

2012- current Cell Phone Recycling site for Cell Phone Bank, a nonprofit that provides phones for women in domestic violence situation.

2012- current CFL bulb recycle site for Puget Sound Energy.

2012 Provide transportation and housing for ND to volunteer 1 month at Richard O’slund Memorial Clinic, Kolfe, Ethiopia.

2012, 2013 FWN women riders in Ride The Wave- fund raiser for nonprofit domestic violence programs.

2013 Blood drive for Puget Sound Blood Center.

2011- current FWN matches employee charitable donations up to $200 each yearly.

Memberships:

2005- 2008 Office of Women and Minority Enterprise Certified Business.

2010- current Federal Way Chamber of Commerce.

Our doctors are members of the WANP, AANP, NCCAOM and/or WSMA.

Awards:

2012, 2013, 2014 Best Workplace for Waste Prevention and Recycling, King County.

2013 STAIR Integrative Residency Site (2 clinics in United States are chosen annually).

2013 Dr. DiDomenico receives Joseph E. Pizzorno, Jr. Alumni Award from Bastyr University.

Our Work

As naturopathic physicians, we are trained in the art and science of disease prevention, medical diagnosis and treatment using minimally invasive natural therapies. Our mission is to partner with our patients to facilitate the body’s own natural mechanisms for healing using treatments such as homeopathy, physical medicine (including cranial sacral therapy), botanical medicine, counseling, and nutrition.

Our team of doctors and staff at Federal Way Naturopathy is dedicated to patient care that is reliable, affordable, and attainable. We have strived to live these ideals every day since opening our doors 16 years ago.

"You have a wonderful practice and a great team that works together. All of your patients are very lucky." LD

Our Role in the Community

Federal Way Naturopathy has become the model alternative care providers hope to mirror. Dr. DiDomenico is a cofounder of a Northwest Naturopathic Clinic Owners Consortium that works to share information, create opportunities and support successful naturopathic practices.

The health care community looks to our physicians as a first resource for guidance in restoring their patients to optimal health and well being. Our doctors and staff have been instructors at Bastyr University and presented at both the AANP (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) and WANP (Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians) conferences.

FWN is recognized as a leader in the field and a desired clinic to practice with. We have achieved this by tapping into the skill of each doctor on staff and working as a team to provide a positive outcome for our patients. We were awarded 1 of 2 nationally selected Integrative STAIR Residency Sites in 2013. STAIR is

a certified postdoctoral program for naturopathic graduates that provides a unique clinical experience under the guidance of both naturopathic and medical doctors.

We provide a sense of well being for patients that can be felt as they arrive at our clinic. Our landscaping and building are chemical free and our staff dedicated to quality care and patient support.

"The tools you shared and your dear, sweet compassion have given me my life back." GP

FWN pictures itself as a garden and our staff as gardeners. We enjoy input from our employees, contractors and patients to create our ideal environment. This entails regular meetings, staff retreats, celebrations, and morning circles. In addition, we host a Facebook page and encourage patient comments with cards placed strategically in our building.

We also believe we have an even larger responsibility to the community. As a team, we choose volunteer opportunities in which we can all contribute. These have included free clinic days at our building staffed by doctors, office staff and other building practitioners for the last 9 years. We believe that in coming together we can make a difference. In addition to past sponsorship of our doctors volunteering in Ethiopia and Haiti, we give free health talks, interviews or articles on a near monthly basis in our community.

"You are a positive influence in the naturopathic and medical community"