Douglas K. White, ND

Dr. White completed his undergrad studies at Willamette University in Salem, OR. Dr. White specializes in physical medicine and sports injuries. His interest in these areas stems from years of sports training. While attending Willamette University, he earned his psychology degree as well as received all district and all conference recognition for playing soccer. In 1981 he was an alternate for the US national soccer team.

Dr. White completed his pre-med training at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA, while also earning degrees in Biology, Education, and a certificate to teach.

In 1996 he completed his Naturopathic Physician training at Bastyr University, and instructed Hydrotherapy/Physiotherapy and the spinal/extremity manipulation 1,2 and 3 courses for the naturopathic medicine students for 9 years. Dr. White has been practicing in Monroe, Washington since 1996, he believes in a holistic approach to physical medicine combining nutritional supplementation, lifestyle modification and hands on manual therapies to aid in healing the cause, not just covering the symptoms.

Stephanie Taylor-White, ND

Dr. Taylor-White specializes in detoxification and women's health, as well as offering holistic and natural family medicine. She pursued pre-med studies at the University of Washington where she was a national merit scholar, graduating Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.

In 1995 she received her Naturopathic Medicine degree from Bastyr University in Seattle. Dr. Taylor-White uses her expertise and clinical experience to educate the public on natural and alternative medicine through lectures and seminars.

Dr. Taylor-White believes strongly in the healing power of nature and is committed to treating all levels of the person--body, mind and spirit. Her style of healing combines knowledge of the medical sciences and natural therapies, with caring and sensitivity to bring about a healing partnership with her patients.

She is an active member of both the American and Washington associations of Naturopathic Physicians.

Dean E. Neary Jr., ND

Dr. Dean E. Neary Jr., naturopathic physician, has been in private practice since receiving his ND degree from Bastyr University in 1996. Dr. Neary received his bachelors degree in Human Health Sciences from Bastyr University after completion of undergraduate course work at both Everett Community College and the University of Washington.

Dr. Neary is currently an associate professor and the Chair of the Physical Medicine Department in the School of Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University where he has served for the past ten years. In addition he is currently a clinical supervisor at Bastyr University’s teaching clinic, Bastyr Center for Natural Health, in Seattle.

He was a member of the adjunct faculty at Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for three years in the late nineties prior to its closure. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians (WANP).

Dr. Neary was a contributing author of the recently published first ever “Textbook of Naturopathic Medicine” published by Elsevier. He has been interviewed numerous times on a variety of medical topics by both local and national electronic and print media sources.

Dr. Neary’s clinical passion lies in the art, science, and practice of the physical medicine modalities as well as the treatment of a variety of “endocrine” disorders. He is highly skilled in joint manipulation, soft tissue evaluation/treatment, and numerous physiotherapy modalities such as therapeutic ultrasound, NMES/TENS therapies, diathermy, low level laser therapy, and various hydrotherapies. He loves the opportunity to assist individuals who are struggling with the signs/symptoms associated with conditions/issues such as; hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue, MS, menopause, metabolic syndrome, hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), blood sugar disorders (diabetes), hypertension, and weight gain. Dr. Neary has also received training in the practice of various intravenous (IV) therapies.

Dr. Neary lives in Monroe and enjoys the simple pleasures of spending time with family and friends, as well as all of the activities the great outdoors has to offer. He is especially passionate about hunting, fishing, camping, and long rides on his Harley.

Dominika Neary, ND

Dr. Dominika Neary, naturopathic physician, received her undergraduate degree in social psychology at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. During her time at the university, she worked as a patient care representative for PeaceHealth Hospitals and discovered her passion for helping others find their path to wellness. She obtained her Naturopathic Medicine degree at Bastyr University and completed a year of clinical residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle, where she is currently serving as adjunct faculty.

Dr. Dominika specializes in women’s health, digestive issues and detoxification. She practices naturopathic family medicine and welcomes everyone, regardless of age or medical condition. She is a highly motivated and compassionate health care practitioner who is committed to helping her patients obtain their health goals and experience life without limitations. She is dedicated to educating, empowering and accompanying patients on their journey towards optimal health. Dr. Dominika’s fundamental treatment philosophy is to “use the least force necessary” and she believes in providing personalized integrative medical care to each unique individual.

Dr. Dominika lives in Monroe and enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, and learning to fish. She also loves reading and a good cup of coffee. She’s fluent in Polish and spent the first 7 years of her life in the country, landing in the United States after a 2 year stint in Italy. She has a passion for travel and little by little plans to explore the world.

Douglas C. Lewis, ND

For more than 20 years, Dr. Lewis has operated a private practice of naturopathic medicine in Seattle, with an emphasis on physical medicine. For most of that time, before becoming President of the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians in 2006, he taught naturopathic medical students as an adjunct faculty member and clinical supervisor at Bastyr University. He served two terms as Chair of the university's Department of Physical Medicine, a department which he created at the university in 1992. At Bastyr, Dr. Lewis taught courses in hydrotherapy and physiotherapy modalities, soft tissue manipulation, muscle energy techniques, joint manipulation, rheumatology, and orthopedics. He has also consulted and taught workshops in England and Ireland. A frequent contributor to natural medicine guides and textbooks, Dr. Lewis's writings include contributions to "Naturopathic Physical Medicine", "The Textbook of Natural Medicine", and "Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide," as well as authorship of the book "Practical Hydrotherapy for the Whole Family." Dr. Lewis earned his doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from The John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1987 before it became known as Bastyr University.

Karen Bajuk Yorgan, ND, LAc

Dr. Karen Yorgan, naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in Oceanography. She spent several years doing scientific research at the university, and then enjoyed a successful career in software development, before returning to her first love: the pursuit of health through natural medicine. She received her degrees in naturopathy, acupuncture, and Chinese medicine from Bastyr University, and has been seeing patients in Monroe since 2010.

Dr. Yorgan integrates physical medicine, acupuncture and Chinese philosophies into naturopathic treatment, taking a broad view to tenaciously find the root cause of each affliction, and then tailoring an approach fitted to each person's challenges. Dr. Yorgan is passionately committed to returning people to a state of health, where they can enjoy their lives fully. She specializes in treating people with chronic disease and pain, but welcomes patients of all ages and states of health.

Dr. Yorgan enjoys travel and exploring new cultures, and loves to cook. She enjoys sharing laughter and stories over a good meal with friends and family. She savors good coffee and good chocolate, and lives in Lake Forest Park with her wonderful husband and somewhat insane cat.