Dr. Rachel Robertson ND

Dr. Rachel Robertson

ND (Naturopathic Doctor), ABAAHP (American Board of Anti-aging Health Practitioner)

Dr. Rachel Robertson

Dr. Rachel Robertson has owned and operated Port Orchard Natural Medicine since 2004. Her approach is to blend conventional medicine with holistic, and to focus on preventative care while addressing acute disease when necessary in Port Orchard.

Dr. Robertson Qualification and Experience

Dr. Rachel Robertson is board certified in anti-aging and regenerative medicine by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. She received her medical training at Bastyr University in Washington State. This accredited naturopathic university is a leader in the naturopathic community with its rigorous research and science-based naturopathic medicine program. The naturopathic program is a post-graduate four-year degree. She is a member of the WA Association of Naturopathic Physicians and The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Dr. Robertson is also board certified in functional and longevity medicine and has a Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine fellowship from the Metabolic Medical Institute.

“I believe health care requires a team approach between doctor and patient. Medicine is best when prevention and anti-aging practices are emphasized while addressing health concerns. Patients are really looking not just for relief from symptoms, but for a partner to educate and assist them in optimal health. I really enjoy watching patients transform from disease/symptom management to maximizing health, and always feel honored when a patient entrusts me with their health care.”

Dr. Rachel Robertson strikes a healthy balance between professional and personal life. Besides Port Orchard Natural Medicine, she is a mother to two very fun and active boys. When not in the office, she enjoys participating in activities such as biking, running, and skiing with her children, riding motorcycles, gardening, and reading. Dr. Robertson takes pride in supporting the well-being of our community’s youth through volunteerism and donations in Port Orchard.

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