Dr. Trina M. Seligman
Dr. Trina Seligman graduated with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 1996, and a Masters in Acupuncture in 1999. Dr. Seligman opened Evergreen Integrative Medicine (EIMED) with the goal of integrating natural medicine with conventional therapies. Since opening EIMED, she has worked diligently to stay on top of research in natural medicine and to provide her patients with high quality integrative care. Her practice is a family practice with an interest in women’s health, mental health and gastrointestinal diseases. Trina was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis as a teenager and has always hoped to integrate conventional medicine with natural medicine to help provide IBD patients with better choices and a more comprehensive treatment plan. When developing a treatment plan, she likes to take a collaborative approach, not only with the patient, but blending the best of both conventional and natural medicines. She uses bio-identical hormones, herbal and nutritional therapies and enjoys talking about lifestyle and exercise.
“Life is about balance. I have a full-time practice, family and a dog, but still need to find time to exercise and stay healthy. I love helping patients to find that balance in their own lives and create wellness through their life choices.”
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
Bastyr University, 1996
Master of Science – Acupuncture
Bastyr University, 1999
Bachelor of Science – Nutritional Biochemistry
(With Honors), University of Guelph, Ontario, 1992
Dr. Seligman graduated with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 1996, after completing a Bachelor of Science from Guelph University, Canada in 1992. After a one year residency with Dr. Jonathan Wright, and two years in private practice with Dr. Stephen Markus, Dr. Seligman opened Evergreen Integrative Medicine (EIMED) in 1999, Dr. Seligman graduated from the acupuncture program and began to incorporate acupuncture therapies into her practice. Dr. Seligman opened Evergreen Integrative Medicine, with the goal of integrating natural medicine with conventional therapies. Since opening EIMED, Dr.’s Seligman has worked diligently to stay on top of research in natural medicine and to provide her patients with high quality integrative care.
In addition to her private practice, Dr Seligman has authored articles for Allergy Research Group (Nutricology), the Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine, and Healthnotes online (the Kiosks found in many healthfood stores), and has published several research articles in peer-reviewed journals (*see below). As a consultant for ReCaps, Dr Seligman designed an entire line of high quality supplements which was sold at Nordstrom. Dr. Seligman was a member of the Bastyr IRB (institutional review board), a committee designated to ensure the safety of human subjects in research studies.
Seligman, TM. The highs and lows of lithium therapy. J Naturopathic Med 1998;8(2): 40-44.
Seligman, TM. S-adenosyl-L-Methionine; A review of the research. Focus 1998;Nov/Dec:3,8,10.
Himmel PB, Seligman TM. A pilot study employing Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). J Clin Rhematol 1999;5(2):56-59.
Seligman TM. Acupuncture in clinical research. Natural Med J 1999;2(3):14-19.
Seligman TM. Kava Kava. Nutr Sci News 1999; 4(7): (CE Module) 1-6.
Himmel PB, Seligman TM. Treatment of Systemic Sclerosis with Shark Cartilage Extract. J Orthomolecular Med. 1999;14(2): 1-5.
Seligman, TM. Review of Growth Hormone Therapy. J Orthomolec Med 1999;14(4):219-226.
Nutritional Medicine, including Diet Therapy, Vitamins, Minerals and Amino Acids
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Natural Hormone Replacement
Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
Articles by Dr. Trina M. Seligman
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