- Anxiety and Stress Management
- Digestive Concerns
- Hair Loss
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Photoaging (Fine Lines,
- Wrinkles, Uneven Pigment)
- Sexual Health
- Sleep Hygiene
- Weight Management
What Happens During Naturopathic Medicine Visits?
- Opportunity to meet with Dr. Jessica Maloh, ND and ask questions to better understand the services available to you
- If applicable, discuss laboratory testing needs
Step 2: Naturopathic Assessment & Plan
- Comprehensive review of medical history, and lab results
- Assessment of symptoms, concerns, and underlying contributors Treatment plan established
Step 3: Ongoing Care Visits
- Ongoing appointments.
- The provider will determine the frequency of these visits based on your goals and with your budget in mind.
After completing a four-year pre-medical undergraduate degree, NDs complete a four-year medical program at an accredited Naturopathic Medical School where they receive 3000 hours of classroom training and over 1200 hours of supervised clinical experience.
To qualify for licensing, Naturopathic Doctors must then successfully complete 2 sets of licensing exams: NPLEX I and NPLEX II.
Yes! Our Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Jessica Maloh, is also a clinical research coordinator in our research unit. In our research unit, she is passionate about examining the effects of various topicals, supplements, whole foods and mind-body techniques. In our clinic, she provides evidence-informed patient education and treatment plans.
- Naturopathic visits are typically longer, allowing for a fuller understanding of your health concerns and goals
- Treatments are personalized to your specific wellness needs
- Treatments can often be used alongside conventional medicine interventions to optimize your care