Federal Way NaturopathyFederal Way Naturopathy

(253) 942-3301
Fax: (253) 237-0606
900 S. 336 St.
Federal Way, WA 98003
Our hours are:
Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday and Sunday closed

Federal Way NatureopathyOur 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.FWN Patient Portal

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Federal Way Naturopathy is proud to welcome Dr Elizabeth Beatt to our clinic. She is a top resident in the INM Residency program and we are excited and lucky to have her as a new provider.

Elizabeth BeattDr. Elizabeth Beatt is a Naturopathic Physician who provides thoughtful, compassionate, and holistic healthcare to her patients. Before receiving her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University, Dr. Beatt completed her Bachelor of Arts in English and Religious Studies at the University of Vermont. Her humanities background inspires Dr. Beatt’s curiosity about people and their stories, and she understands that everyone’s unique experiences inform their health and healthcare needs.

Dr. Beatt believes that true healing addresses the root causes of disease and treats the whole person—mind, body, and spirit. She strives to empower patients to participate in their own healing and aims to collaborate with them to restore balance and well-being in their lives.

In her practice, Dr. Beatt focuses on healthcare for adults and adolescents. She is especially passionate and knowledgeable about female reproductive health, including menstrual irregularities, PMS, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, first periods, fertility, postpartum care, menopausal wellness, and annual exams. Additionally, Dr. Beatt has interest in gastrointestinal health, mental health, and chronic illness. She frequently uses personalized herbal formulas, nutritional counseling, mind-body medicine, targeted supplementation, homeopathy and physical medicine in her treatment plans. By March 2022, Dr. Beatt will be certified in Integrative Pelvic Floor Therapy, a modality that utilizes internal pelvic work, uterine massage, abdominal massage, sacral massage, cupping therapy, somatic counseling, and botanical formulation to restore balance to the muscles and organs of the pelvic floor, reproductive system, and gastrointestinal system. She is excited about working together to support your individual healthcare needs. 

Dr Adrienne Wilen

Adrienne WilenDr. Adrienne Wilen has dual Bachelor’s degrees from Washington State University in biochemistry and microbiology. She was a lab microbiologist in the brewery industry before realizing her true passion was working with people. She is a graduate of Bastyr University with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine.

Dr. Wilen enjoys whole family healthcare, from the pediatrics to elders. She has special interests in gastrointestinal concerns and cardiovascular health with additional training in herbal medicine. Dr. Wilen works with her patients to optimize body systems and provide the education and resources for self-care. Utilizing a variety of modalities and personalization, Dr. Wilen is looking forward to supporting your unique healthcare journey.

Beth DiDomenico, ND

Beth DiDomenico, NDDr Beth DiDomenico, "Dr Beth" is in her 24th year of practice as a primary care naturopathic doctor. She is the founder of Federal Way Naturopathy and a recipient of a number of awards including Bastyr Alumni Award and STAIR residency sight director. She has a passion for working with patients of all ages to create a healing partnership. She specializes in hormone balancing, women's health, autoimmune diseases, headaches, depression, anxiety, IBS, and LGBTQIA+ health. Her focus is on treating the whole person including their history, current stressors, and environmental exposures. She has extensive training in trauma informed treatment, hormone replacement therapy for men and women, and GI issues. She uses functional medicine and specialty testing to get to the core of a patient's symptoms.

Her personal life includes living on her family farm and outdoor adventuring.

Karen Rasmussen, ND

Karen Rasmussen, NDDr. 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. 

Philosophy
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.

Colleen Hart, ND

Colleen Hart, NDDr. 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. 

Philosophy
“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

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

Allison Greenberg, ND

Allison Greenberg, NDDr.Allison Greenberg earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Linfield College in Oregon. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She completed her integrative residency at Federal Way Naturopathy, working with both medical and naturopathic doctors to develop an understanding of naturopathic primary care, allopathic standard of care and where they intersect.

Dr.Greenberg currently practices naturopathic family medicine and enjoys working with family units, not only to improve each individual’s health, but to improve the health of the home. She has special interests in digestive health, including IBS, SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) and other forms of dysbiosis, food sensitivities and other chronic digestive illnesses. Dr.Greenberg also has a passion for nutrition and works with patients on developing customized meal plans.

In her approach to wellness, Dr.Greenberg evaluates lab work thoroughly to make sure values are optimal and not just “in range”. She also provides specialty lab testing, including food sensitivity testing, comprehensive GI testing, neurotransmitter and hormone testing. Based on these results, she works with patients to develop tailored treatment plans that are specific to their individual needs.

Outside her role as doctor, Dr.Greenberg is a mother of 2 young boys and thoroughly enjoys chasing them around with her husband in the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest.

Nhung Viet Nguyen, ND, LAc, FABNO

Nhung Viet Nguyen, ND, LAc, FABNODr. Nguyen received her Bachelors of Science from the University of South Carolina and earned her Naturopathic Doctorate and Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington.

She has received additional training in acupuncture and Chinese medicine at University of Chengdu, China and also completed a 2-year training in a hospital-based residency in Integrative Oncology at The Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Chicago.  She is one of few naturopathic doctors who is certified as a Fellow in the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology.

Dr. Nguyen’s comprehensive medical training in both conventional and natural medicine allows her to provide her patients with many different options when it comes to their healthcare needs.  Her treatment options focus on optimizing diet and nutritional status, exercise, sleep and other lifestyle factors.  She readily uses vitamin and mineral supplementations, herbal medicines, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy and pharmaceutical prescriptions. 

Dr. Nguyen practices family medicine with a special interest in integrative oncology.  Her goal is to create individual health plans utilizing evidence-based medicine, natural therapies and traditional Eastern philosophies.  She enjoys educating her patients and empowering them to be proactive participants in their care and make healthy decisions in their everyday lives.

When not practicing medicine, Dr. Nguyen enjoys spending time with her family, friends and exploring nature. 

Areas of focus: 

  • Wellness visits for all ages
  • Children’s health
  • Women’s health
  • Digestive health
  • Chronic illness

Integrative Cancer Care: 

  • Safe Integrative Therapies
  • Help to prevent, reduce or eliminate side effects from cancer treatment
  • Support recovery after cancer treatment
  • Decrease risk of recurrence
  • Optimize wellness

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.

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