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Lexie Ching, ND Naturopathic Physician

Dr. Lexie Ching is a licensed Naturopathic physician providing individualized and evidence-based treatments for every patient. She earned her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, Oregon. Prior to her studies at NUNM, she received a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology.

She strongly believes in the power of human body to heal itself and actively engages her patients in their health care by sharing her knowledge of the science and art of the human body. In order to support the body in achieving a healthy balance, Dr. Lexie implements a combination of standard-of-care medicine with other naturopathic treatments, such as botanical medicine, nutritional medicine, homeopathy, orthopedic medicine and functional medicine tests and assessments.

Dr. Lexie has a passion for the gastrointestinal body system and believes it is the key to influencing the body toward optimal health. She participated in the gastrointestinal mentorship with an emphasis on Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) with Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis. Her clinical education also focused on primary care and women’s health.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Lexie enjoys baking, crafting and exploring the outdoors. As an Oregon native, she appreciates the influence nature has on health and the importance of a balance between work and play. Some of her favorite activities include outrigger paddling, hiking, camping and exploring trails around Oregon.

To learn more about Naturopthic Medicine and Dr. Ching, visit her website here!

Check out some of Lexies recent blog posts!

General Health
How to Prevent Getting Sick This Year
High-Quality Fish Oils - How to Pick One
Choosing Natural Mosquito Repellents – Repelling Plants & Nifty Recipes
Is DEET Toxic or Safe? Should you use it?
Sun's Out, Protect Your Skin - Choosing Safe Sunscreens
Seeing Blue: The effects of blue light on sleep

Digestive Health
Leaky Gut Syndrome: What is it and can you treat it?

Hormone Health
5 Herbs for Painful Periods
Low Energy, Sadness, Weight Gain, Constipation || Do you have hypothyroid?