Naturopathic Care

Our doctors promote a focus on overall health, wellness and disease prevention. We recognize the body’s inherent ability to heal itself. We believe in educating and supporting patients on personal health management. We empower patients to take responsibility for their own health while holding deep respect for the therapeutic value inherent in the doctor-patient relationship. Naturopathic medicine is a system of treatment of disease that avoids drugs and surgery and emphasizes the use of natural agents and physical support. Medicine is an art and practice. Utilizing creativity and science, interweaving Naturopathic and Classical Chinese medicine, we provide an adept and humble approach to healthcare in a clinical care setting.

Dr. Claire Erhart, ND

Dr. Claire is happy to provide adjunctive care to all different types of people. Inspired by medicine through her own healing journey, she believes that true health includes physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. She strongly resonates with the concept of, “doctor as teacher,” and aims to help you help yourself along your healing journey.

Dr. Hayley Jensen, ND

Dr. Hayley offers a variety of treatment options, including Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion which uses thinner needles and non-insertion needle techniques (including Shonishin, Japanese non-insertion techniques for children), qigong prescriptions, homeopathy, western botanical medicine, bodywork and structural issues (myofascial release, qigong tuina, so-tai), nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, and Chinese herbal interventions. With these modalities, they work with a variety of patient populations and conditions, Dr. Hayley has a special interest in LGBTQ health, mental and psycho-spiritual wellness, autoimmune disorders, digestive disorders, chronic pain, and treating other chronic conditions.

Dr. Kacy Borba Spann, ND, L.A.c

Dr. Kacy L Borba Spann hails from a big family in a small cow-town on the central coast of California. She studied Community Healthcare at UC Santa Cruz, a major she designed, focusing on social inequities in healthcare and biomedical sciences. A few years later she found herself in Portland, OR for graduate school at the National College of Natural Medicine where she spent time growing, changing, learning, healing and connecting with Naturopathic and Chinese medicine.

She thinks that being bipedal is the coolest and likes to be in motion, whether walking, skateboarding, dancing, or hula hooping. Dr. Kacy loves to be nature with her bare feet on the earth near bodies of moving water. When she is with the ocean tides on a full moon she feels the most connected to our creator. She believes there’s no better dessert than a chocolate chip cookie. She strives to find what is to love in each soul she meets!