Natural Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic doctors serve as general practitioners, specializing in identifying the root causes behind your symptoms and treating them through a combination of natural and Western medical approaches.

Naturopathic doctors are trained as primary care practitioners, with a focus on treating acute and chronic health problems through prevention, careful assessment, diagnosis and a range of natural approaches to care. Four years of post-graduate training covers conventional medical sciences-- anatomy, physiology, pathology, microbiology, immunology etc.-- as well as a detailed study of natural therapies including nutrition, herbs, supplements and lifestyle.

Naturopathic medicine goes deeper than Western medicine, with the ability to understand and treat "mystery" symptoms often misdiagnosed by Western medical doctors. Naturopathic doctors achieve this through a blend of age-old holistic healing and advanced modern techniques, providing a wide array of tools for patient care.

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Naturopathic Medicine
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Savahn Rosinbum
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Savahn Rosinbum is a licensed naturopathic doctor with a degree from Bastyr University. She offers both in-person and telemedicine visits as an adjunctive care doctor. Dr. Rosinbum works with patients to a life that feels physically and emotionally healthy and in balance. She works with adults and children of all genders to improve their overall health, and offers a naturopathic perspective on health concerns of importance to them. She works collaboratively with patients and respects each person's budget, timeline, capacity, and goals. Dr. Rosinbum believes there is a useful time and place for all tools in the medical toolbox. She uses pharmaceuticals, herbal medicines, high-dose nutrients (supplements), nutrition and lifestyle counseling, flower essences, homeopathy, and bodywork (craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation). Sometimes the best medicine is simply the tincture of time and making meaning of the experience. She tends to do minimal laboratory testing and her goal is that eventually patients will not be reliant on any medications or supplements. She can help patients decide what testing, referrals, and therapies are the best fit for their particular concerns.

Dr. Rosinbum works with a variety of physical and mental health concerns such as fatigue and medical mysteries; digestive issues including IBS, Crohn's, celiac disease, and food intolerances; hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism; skin concerns such as acne, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, and urticaria; hormonal concerns such as PCOS, PMS, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, hirsutism, and fertility; mood disorders such as anxiety, health anxiety, depression, and PTSD; sleep disorders including insomnia and night terrors/nightmares; metabolic concerns such as pre-diabetes, diabetes, dyslipidemia, and NASH/NAFL; cognitive concerns and dementia risk reduction; autoimmune disorders; immune system support for frequent colds/flus/sinusitis and allergies; and chronic pain. She works with transgender and GNC patients and manages gender affirmation interventions (including hormones) using an informed-consent model. She enjoys working with patients in their recovery from disordered eating patterns. She can provide general physical exams including pap smears, breast/chest exams, and referrals for screening exams including STI testing.

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Nutrition & Herbalism
Diet, supplements and herbal remedies can have a profound effect on your energy, mood and wellbeing. Through an individualized treatment plan, professional guidance and continued support, these powerful modalities will be important guides on your healing journey.

Nutritional counseling supports optimal health by combining the science of nutrition, the art of food, and the practice of self care. It helps you cultivate an attention to the wisdom of the body: the often subtle cues letting us know which foods and behaviors feel right.

Working with our nutritionist, you will create and implement a functional nutrition plan, which will serve as a cornerstone in your path to healing.
Nutritional Counseling
Herbal medicine has been used by every culture around the world throughout history for health and healing. These traditional remedies serve as the basis for many pharmaceutical medications today.

At Sage we employ an East-West herbalism approach, blending the latest scientific research on medicinal plants with advanced diagnostic tools from Traditional Chinese Medicine to create powerful botanical treatments for each patient.
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Jessica Daily
Integrative Nutrition Counselor & Health Coach, FDN-P, MA-candidate
Jess Daily has a degree in plant & soil science from the University of Massachusetts, a certificate in plant-based nutrition and Ayurvedic medicine from Cornell University, and a certificate from Function Nutrition Diagnostics in San Diego. She uses a multidisciplinary and personalized approach to healing, treating clients with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, inflammation, autoimmune disorders, hormone dysregulation, and gut dysbiosis. She focuses on helping people to cultivate a friendly and healing relationship with whole foods through a caring and nonjudgemental assessment of your current nutritional habits and a thorough treatment plan that includes dietary recommendations, herbs, and supplements.

Jess's approach combines the science of nutrition with the art of food and the practice of health. She utilizes mind-body medicine, herbalism, and counseling support in her work. Typically, treatment with Jess runs about 6-months, meeting every other week, or weekly for more acute needs and protocols.
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Elena Roemer
Elena Roemer is a Western and Chinese herbalist who supports her clients in reaching flourishing health through herbal medicine remedies and lifestyle adjustments. Like the ancient Taoists, she believes that health encompasses the whole person and that body, mind, and spirit must be aligned with nature to restore health. Using advanced diagnostic tools from Traditional Chinese Medicine and the latest in scientific research on medicinal herbs, she loves creating custom botanical formulas for her clients, while empowering and educating them to reach their health goals. She is passionate about mental-emotional health, supporting women to thrive at all ages, and inclusive of all bodies and identities on the path to optimum wellness. She first began studying herbal medicine from an East-West perspective in 2009 and continued learning across many botanical traditions until enrolling at ACTCM in San Francisco, where she is scheduled to complete her doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2019.
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Jonny Nobleza
Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Shadow Yoga. L.Ac., Dipl. O.M., MAcOM
Jonny received his Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX and has studied movement and healing arts for over 20 years. He is devoted to empowering patients through the discovery of their inherit healing potentials with the assistance of wisdom traditions of both eastern and western medical models.

Jonny tailors treatments to each individual's unique makeup and often utilizes dietary & lifestyle guidance, bodywork, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture, and medicinal teas to inspire deep rest and integration within the nervous system and healthy circulation throughout the body, mind, and spirit.
"It feels to me that Jonny has a beautiful gift of gentle, natural service that is at once disarming and healing. It is rare to find in a practitioner such a grasp of the subtle aspects of qi and its movements, combined with a medicinal presence indicative of one who practices medicine in their own being. The essence of his being infuses the agents of his healing. I have found sweet benefit and insight from both."

Dr. Claudia Welch
D.O.M., Author, Ayurvedic practitioner and educator
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