Dear Patient,

You may have noticed the dust, banging and boxes piled high at our office the last few weeks!
Thank you for your patience as we have been renovating the clinic.

The clinic is now divided into two suites.  Please check our website and voice mail for our new clinic hours!

I am thrilled to welcome Frances and Cathy to my practice.  Both have a keen interest in natural medicine and have been working hard to learn about my practice and to help assist you with your healthcare needs.

I am excited to have Evelyn Prill, massage therapist, join my practice.  I first started referring to Evelyn about 13 years ago.  She has been a tremendous help to many patients as they recover from injury or deal with muscle strains and sprains.  She is very talented and has helped me with my own strains and sprains as well!  Evelyn is covered by insurance and you can read her bio in detail here.

I have been looking forward for a long time, to working more closely with Suzzanne Myer, Nutritionist.  I first met Suzzanne, while I was a student at Bastyr (1992-6).  Suzzanne was on the faculty for the Nutrition Degree Program.  We designed a program to teach patients “How to Read a Food Label”.  The class was taught jointly between the Naturopathic students and Nutrition students for several semesters.  Following graduation, we have continued to work together, on a limited basis, only because Suzzanne has practiced in Seattle.  I am thrilled to have her join me on the eastside to help my patients with their diet and nutrition questions. Suzzanne is covered by insurance and has a special interest in Food Allergy and Sensitivity. Please read her bio here for more detail.

Please call the office if you need any help scheduling with either Evelyn or Suzzanne.

Sincerely, Trina Seligman, N.D., L.Ac

 

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Philosophy of Natural Medicine

- Do no harm
- Find and treat the cause
- Treat the whole person
- Doctor as teacher
- The healing power of nature
- Promote wellness


Remember:

- Preventive care may result in fewer sick days.
- Improved overall health and well-being (establishing a healthy diet and lifestyle program).
- Natural, non-invasive approach to illness (may reduce medication use).

Holiday Hours

Please note, the office will be closed Monday December 25th through Monday January 1st; resuming normal business hours Tuesday January 2nd. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please make sure to pick up any supplements, lab slips or prescriptions outside of this window. Thank you.