Founded upon a holistic philosophy, naturopathic medicine combines safe and effective traditional therapies with the most current advances in modern medicine. Naturopathic medicine is appropriate for the management of a broad range of health conditions affecting all people of all ages.
Naturopathic physicians (N.D.s) are the highest trained practitioners in the broadest scope of naturopathic medical modalities. In addition to the basic medical sciences and conventional diagnostics, naturopathic education includes therapeutic nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, natural childbirth, classical Chinese medicine, hydrotherapy, naturopathic manipulative therapy, pharmacology and minor surgery.
Tori Hudson, ND
Dr. Tori Hudson graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1984 where she has since served in many capacities: Professor, Medical Director, Associate Academic Dean, and Academic Dean. In 1990, she was awarded the American Association of Naturopathic Physician’s President’s Award, in 1999, Naturopathic Physician of the Year, in 2003 the NCNM Pioneer award, in 2009, the Natural Products Association Pioneer Award and in 2012 was inducted into the NCNM Hall of Fame.
Dr. Hudson is a national lecturer, contributor to many magazines and books, author, educator and researcher. She has over 30 years of experience and expertise in women’s health utilizing nutrition, nutraceuticals, herbs, bio-identical hormones and other therapies to treat all gynecological and primary care conditions for women. She is the medical director of A Woman’s Time clinic in Portland, Oregon. She is author of the book, Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine in it’s second edition, 2008.
Margaret Beeson, ND
The founder and owner of Yellowstone Naturopathic Clinic, Dr. Beeson is a national leader in efforts to advance the quality of naturopathic care and integrate conventional and alternative medicine for patient benefit. She brings 40 years of medical experience to her practice, including a 20-year career as a nurse, certified midwife, physician assistant, and nutritional consultant. Before completing her naturopathic training at Bastyr University, she served in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, and worked as a hospital and private practice nurse involved in surgery, recovery, acute and chronic care, ICU, psychiatry, allergies, nutrition, and environmental medicine. Dr. Beeson is committed to her Montana community, advancing clinical training for NDs, and collaborating with the conventional medical community.
Martin Milner, ND
Dr. Milner received his N.D. in 1983 from NCNM. He has remained at his alma mater for the past 23 years as Professor of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Medicine. Dr. Milner is also the CEO and medical director of the Center for Holistic Medicine (1983-1991) and Center for Natural Medicine (CNM), Inc. (1991-present). Established in 1991, CNM is the first and one of the largest ongoing, integrated healthcare facilities in the Northwest. The Heart and Lung Wellness program is the newest addition in Dr. Milner’s
professional life, linking his identities as professor and doctor. This exciting program is in its ninth year providing a clinical training ground for 14-24 fourth year naturopathic medical student interns and resident doctors, supervised by Dr. Milner. This experience engages medical students and patients in collaborative, complimentary and alternative health care of cardiovascular, pulmonary disease and primary care
conditions. In this capacity CNM functions as a teaching clinic of NCNM. Dr. Milner is well published with texts, medical journal articles and studies in endocrinology, cardiology, pulmonology, oncology and environmental medicine. He has also authored “Menopause Revolution: Smashing the HRT Myth- Alternatives to Manufactured Drug Therapy”, Agora Health Books.
Carl Hangee-Bauer, ND, LAc
Carl Hangee-Bauer, ND, LAc received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University in 1984. After completing a one-year residency at Bastyr, he moved to San Francisco where he pursued additional training in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and became licensed as an acupuncturist in 1989. He is founder of San Francisco Natural Medicine where he integrates naturopathic medicine with acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine to provide natural health solutions to improve health and treat disease.Dr. Hangee-Bauer is a founding member and past president of the California Naturopathic Doctors Association, where as a member of the CNDA legislative team, he was a leader in the campaign that resulted in successful passage of the Naturopathic Doctors Licensing Act in 2003. He is one of the first Naturopathic Doctors to be licensed in California. He was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine Advisory Council in 2004 where he served as chairperson until 2008. He is also one of the first members of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), joining in 1985 and serving on the Board in 1986-1987 and 2008-2012. He is President Emeritus of the AANP(2010-2011).
Chad Aschtgen, ND, FABNO
Board certified in naturopathic oncology (Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology – FABNO), Dr. Aschtgen received his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Subsequently he completed a two-year, hospital-based naturopathic medical residency at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) – Midwestern Regional Medical Center, outside Chicago, Illinois. Following completion of his naturopathic oncology training, Dr. Aschtgen remained on staff at CTCA until his relocation back to the Pacific Northwest.
Michael Traub, ND, DHANP, FABNO
Dr. Traub received a B.S. in biological sciences from the University of California, Irvine in 1976, graduated from NCNM in 1981 and completed a two-year residency there in Family Practice and Homeopathy. He is a diplomate of the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (HANP) and a fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (ABNO), and served on the ABNO Board of Examiners for seven years. Dr. Traub served as AANP President from 2001-2003 and in 2006 received the AANP Physician of the Year Award. He is the author of “Dermatological Diagnosis and Integrative Therapeutics.” He serves on the advisory boards of Nutritional Fundamentals for Health, Gaia Herbs, Nordic Naturals, Dermveda and Kamedis. Dr. Traub has been medical director of Lokahi Health Center in Kailua Kona, Hawaii since 1986 and is now medical director of Hawaii Integrative Oncology. He has directed a residency program since 1998.
Ian Bier, ND, LAc, PhD, FABNO
Dr. Ian D. Bier is a naturopathic doctor, a licensed acupuncturist, has a Doctorate in Human Services with a focus on Therapeutic Nutrition, and is a Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology.
He is in private practice at Human Nature Natural Health in Portsmouth, NH, a 5,000 square foot facility focused on chronic disease care and Integrative Oncology Support. He and his practice were recently chosen to receive, “Best for Holistic Cancer Care Treatments NH for 2018,” “Best of Portsmouth Ambulatory Care” for 2017, and as one of Portsmouth’s “Top Docs” in 2016. He is Vice-chair of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology, and an active member of the Oncological Association of Naturopathic Physicians. He regularly lectures at national conferences on using primary research literature to provide evidence-based care to cancer patients.
Dr. Bier has held various research and academic positions including Director, Southwest College Research Institute; Associate Professor of Research and founding Dean, School of Acupuncture, Interim Clinic Director, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, founding Dean, School of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine at Rainstar University, as well as contributing towards the Naturopathic and Acupuncture National Board Examinations. As Dean he guided both programs through successful State and National Accreditation applications. He also completed the faculty certification program and briefly taught research for the University of Phoenix.
He has served as a Board member of the non-profit Society for Acupuncture Research; as a Member of the International Editorial Advisory Board for the journal Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, and as a grant reviewer for the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Bier is the author of papers and book chapters on subjects ranging from the physical chemistry of Oil-Spill Dispersants, the use of Total Quality Management principles for curriculum development, to the effects of nutrition on behavior. He is a contributor to several chapters in the upcoming Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine textbook. He has been actively involved in funded research, acting in various capacities including grant writer, statistician, and principal investigator. He has had several successful national and international industry, and government research grants, including securing successive state grants investigating the role of Acupuncture in smoking cessation.
Alisun Bonville, ND
Dr. Bonville graduated with a Doctorate in Naturoapthic Medicine from National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, Oregon. While at NUNM she did extensive training in women’s health, homeopathy, gastroeneterolgy and oncology. She has had the opportunity to mentor under some of the top integrative doctors in the United States and has completed a several extracurricular certificate programs in classical homeopathy, bio-therapeutic drainage, Ayurvedic medicine and gynecology.
Prior to NCNM, Dr. Bonville completed a post-graduate internship at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, WA earning a license in Medical Technology. For seven years she worked as a medical technologist at Northwest Cancer Center in Portland, where she worked directly with cancer patients and specialized in hematology and oncology. Dr. Bonville earned a BS in Microbiology/Medial Technology from Montana State University.
In 2009, Alisun Bonville, ND was the first physician to join the founders of Grain Integrative Health in Portland, Oregon. During her time at Grain, she functioned as a primary care physician with an emphasis in women’s health for 3 years.
Dr. Bonville is the founder and owner of Spring Integrative Health, which opened it’s doors in Bozeman. Montana in 2012. She is dedicated to sustainable business and clinical practices and the development of provider awareness in the field of complementary and alternative health. Currently Dr Bonville is the medical and resident director of Spring Integrative Health and oversees 3 other NDs and a host of integrative providers including acupuncture. masssage, nutritional counseling and BodyTalk therapy.
Dr. Bonville prides herself on having a passion for nature and the environment. She balances her career with yoga, rock climbing, and connecting with nature at every opportunity. A Bozeman local and fifth generation Montanan, she enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two sons in the beautiful Rocky mountains.
Gurdev parmar, ND, FABNO
Dr. Gurdev Parmar and his wife Dr. Karen Parmar, ND launched the Integrated Health Clinic (IHC) in 2000, and have facilitated its growth into the largest naturopathic health care facility in Canada. Dr. Parmar works closely with many oncologists and receives patient referrals from across Canada and internationally. Dr. Parmar became a consulting naturopathic physician at the Lions Gate Hospital chemotherapy clinic from 2008 to 2012. He continues working towards gaining recognition in B.C. for a cancer care specialty designation for the naturopathic profession.
Dr. Parmar is active in writing and lecturing in the fields of clinical hyperthermia, the tumour microenvironment, and integrative cancer care. He serves on the editorial board of several medical journals and has recently completed a Textbook of Naturopathic Oncology. He completed a 5-year retrospective study on his integrative approach to cancer, which has been presented internationally. The IHC was also chosen as one of seven original clinics in North America to be included in the Canadian and U.S. Integrative Oncology Study (CUSIOS), a very exciting prospective trial. Dr. Parmar is now an affiliate residency director and primary teaching supervisor of a naturopathic oncology resident.
Kim celmer, ND/Janci Karp, nd;
Kim Celmer ND: graduated Bastyr University in 1997 and her areas of expertise are in primary care, women’s health, digestive health, mood health, and bone health. Works with various conditions providing an integrated approach to wellness utilizing acupuncture, diet and lifestyle counseling, botanicals, and physical medicine.
Janci Karp ND, L.Ac : graduated Bastyr in 2007. She specializes in preventive medicine and women’s health with a focus in pre-conception care and fertility for both women and men.
bridghid mcmonagle, ND
Clinic owner, Residency Director of Lake Oswego Health Center which is an integrative medicine clinic in Oregon. Dr. McMonagle has been in practice since 2005 and appreciates the residency she was able to complete at NUNM after graduation. The experience was invaluable and in 2017 we started a residency program accredited by NUNM and supported by NERC.
Gary Weiner, ND; Patrick Chapman, ND; todd cameron, ND;