Dr. Norris is a holistic family doctor, which means she can address most of your health concerns by offering a blend of conventional and holistic/natural medicine. So what is Naturopathic Medicine?
Naturopathic Doctors (NDs), also referred to as Naturopathic Medical Doctors (NMD), offer a unique blend of training in conventional medicine and natural therapeutics. NDs attend federally-accredited four year post-graduate level medical schools and are trained in the same medical sciences and treatment options (pharmaceuticals, imaging, labs, etc.) as Medical Doctors (MDs).
Patients seek Naturopathic medicine for many reasons. Some of the most common reasons include poor outcomes with pharmaceutical treatments prescribed by a conventional medical doctor, wanting to spend more time with their doctor, looking for a provider that treats their patients holistically, and seeking a doctor trained in alternative therapies.
Dr. Norris can be your primary care provider or work alongside your PCP or specialist.
She is a holistic family doctor, which means she can address most of your health concerns by offering a blend of conventional and holistic/natural medicine. She has a special interest in areas of women’s health (hormone balancing, heavy or irregular menses, hypothyroidism, menopause symptoms, annual exams), pediatrics (alternative vaccine schedules, well child exams), dermatology (eczema, acne, hives), and gastroenterology (IBS, chronic constipation, GERD)
Her treatment offerings include: botanical medicine (western herbs), evidence-based supplements, food allergy/sensitivity testing, homeopathy, pharmaceuticals (including bioidentical hormones), and diet & lifestyle counseling.