Learn About Port City Integrative Health

Port City Integrative Health combines the expertise of multiple health providers in one clinic!

Over years of practice, we have witnessed the profound synergy created by combining various Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) therapies. In particular, we have seen fantastic results by thoughtfully blending naturopathic and Chinese medicine. It is clear that regular collaboration between health practitioners translates to improved outcomes for our patients. We also can integrate natural therapies with conventional treatments you may already be using to help you achieve real sustainable results. Our top priority is using what works to get you back to health!

Our goal is to help you overcome both acute and chronic nagging health problems by assessing your “whole story” and creating a personalized treatment plan. We strive to treat not only the symptom, but also the root of illness, thus restoring the balance upon which your holistic health is based.

Using a combination of safe, natural, and effective therapies, we can assist you in overcoming health concerns that stem from mental, emotional and physical causes. Whether you would like help with a physical injury or have mental-emotional challenges, we hope you will feel safe and supported throughout your treatment process. Our goal is to help you to heal at the core and make genuine, long-lasting changes that will benefit you forever. We are committed to providing the highest standard of care for our patients based on an attitude of compassion, professionalism, and respect.

From your first appointment onward, you will never feel rushed through the health care process. Education is an essential dimension of healing, and we pride ourself on being a knowledgeable resource for your questions and concerns. Our goal is to create an environment that will allow for deep trust and the potential for genuine transformation.

Guiding Principles of Naturopathic Medicine

  1. The healing power of nature
  2. Identify and treat the cause
  3. First do no harm
  4. Treat the whole person
  5. The physician as teacher
  6. Prevention