Dr. Priscilla Evans received her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado. While living along the front range of the majestic Rocky Mountains she learned to identify and use the local medicinal plants which sparked a passion for botanical medicine. She then pursued and earned her degree of Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine in 1994 when she graduated from the prestigious Bastyr University of Natural Health Sciences in Seattle WA. Her certification as a nutrition specialist is an added credential which was earned for her work with obesity management and metabolic syndrome in 2015. She maintains an active Washington state naturopathic medical license.
Treating the Whole Person
Chronic and Recurrent infections
Food allergies & intolerance
Diet and Detoxification
The Principles of Naturopathic Medicine
The Healing Power of Nature (Vis Medicatrix Naturae)
Identify and Treat the Cause of illness (Tolle Causam)
First Do No Harm (Primum Non Nocere)
Doctor as Teacher (Docere)
Treat the Whole Person
According to the Centers for Disease Control, half of all adults are afflicted with one or more chronic, preventable diseases including diabetes, heart disease, cancer, stroke, hypertension, and arthritis. The conventional medical paradigm excels at providing a system of crisis intervention and disease management. However, it is lacking in promotion of optimal health. Those seeking vital health are best served by looking beyond what conventional medicine can offer.