Amy Chadwick, ND, is a clinic supervisor at Bastyr University Clinic with a specialty in systems biology and integrative physiology. She works with patients of all ages to prevent and treat imbalance and disease.
Family medicine, chronic disease, Neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dr. Chadwick utilizes therapies rooted in ancient and modern clinical wisdom such as nutrition, lifestyle modification and botanical medicine, as well as the short-term utilization of higher intervention therapies as needed to restore balance. Dr. Chadwick empowers her patients to embrace wellness, offering tools to thrive on a daily basis. She works to cultivate this important clinical skill in her students as well.
Dr. Chadwick interned in both women’s medicine and chronic and neurodevelopmental disease utilizing biotherapeutic drainage and completed a post-doc fellowship in Endobiogenic Medicine and Integrative Systems Physiology. Her practice in Alaska served families in a small community where she honed her diagnostic skills and learned to trust the innate power of the body to heal.
Education & Affiliations:
Dr. Chadwick graduated in 2006 from National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Continuing to pursue systems theory medicine, Dr. Chadwick has studied ayurvedic medicine and has completed a fellowship in endobiogenic medicine, a systems biology model rooted in modern scientific principles of integrative physiology. Recognizing the endocrine system as the manager of physiology allows for a profound understanding of why repeated or intense stressors, emotions and belief patterns can lead to imbalance and disease, and provides a map for effective treatment.