After completing my undergraduate degree in nursing at Brigham Young University, I studied at the University of Utah and graduated with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice. I am board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
I believe in functional and integrative approaches to medicine. I take into consideration your whole person and do not just focus on isolated symptom control. It’s important to me that we look at the root cause of my patients’ symptoms and develop a remedy using nutrition, restorative treatments, lifestyle changes and medicine to correct that cause and optimize your health. My goal is to tailor a plan that is unique to your individual health needs.
I value open communication, trusting relationships and enjoy educating my patients so they feel empowered to take control of their health outcomes. I welcome your thoughts and ideas on how your treatment plan should be tailored. Having experienced several health problems myself, I understand what it’s like to be a patient and I want you to have a positive experience where you feel respected and listened to as we partner to optimize your health.
I enjoy seeing patients of all ages and can address a variety of healthcare needs. Below is an idea of some of the health concerns I feel comfortable helping patients address:
Preventive health visits
Cardiovascular disease prevention
Women’s health concerns including PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, infertility, perimenopause and menopause, hot flushes, incontinence, vaginal dryness
Bioidentical hormones for men and women
Nutritional counseling – identifying deficiencies, optimizing nutrition
Gastrointestinal and digestive health
Weight concerns, sleep issues, fatigue
Neuropathy – reducing and eliminating pain, numbness and tingling in the hands/feet
Mental health including anxiety, depression and attention/focus concerns
MTHFR, cancer risk screening
Adrenal functioning issues, metabolic syndrome
Outside the clinic, I enjoy reading, researching, gardening, exercising and serving at my church. My husband and I have eight children, and we have been foster parents to 17 children over the years. I love to spend time with my children, their spouses and my grandchildren.
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