Emily Dashiell, ND, is a licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine who has worked in group and private practice settings over the last 15 years. She started her career working in a high volume, multi-disciplinary primary care practice, where she was able to work closely with her colleagues to learn the effectiveness of the balance of allopathic and naturopathic therapies. Her care blends conventional medical diagnosis and treatment with the use of natural therapeutics, including dietary and lifestyle counseling, herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, homeopathy, and IV nutrient therapy.
Now in private practice, Dr. Dashiell works with women, children, and families on preventative health and health maintenance, as well as treating those suffering from chronic diseases such as gastrointestinal illness, autoimmune disease, and diabetes.
Dr. Dashiell earned her doctoral degree from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington after receiving her Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She has additional certifications in IV nutrient therapy and homeopathy, as well as additional training in functional medicine.
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