Dr. Leila Kuehner, ND
My goal is to help each patient uncover their obstacles to achieving long term health and wellness. I strive to understand patients on many levels since physical manifestations are often correlated with emotional or environmental influences. I want to assist you with your immediate concerns, but also would like to help you plan for your long term fitness.
Please call the front desk at 425-258-4633 to schedule your appointment.
As a Physician specializing in Naturopathic Medicine I focus on strengthening the body's inherent capacity to heal. In the tradition of the wise adage “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, I emphasize the building blocks of health including a nutrient rich diet and consistent exercise. “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” according to Hippocrates.
Prevention is one of the naturopathic principles that I stress as have seen the rewards when one provides a clean and stable environment for the body and mind.
I work with a variety of patients and specialize in assisting patients with hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, body weight challenges, allergies, stress, sleep, hormonal, and digestion issues. I will work with you to help you set and accomplish your goals. Not only do I want to assist you with your immediate concerns; I would like to help you plan and obtain long term fitness.
I work on my long term fitness by enjoying the beauty and lushness of the Pacific Northwest when hiking, running, and traveling.
I am currently accepting new patients. I can either complement your current team of medical providers or can serve as your primary care physician.
Please call our office at 425-258-4633 to schedule your appointment.
Naturopathic Medical Degree from Bastyr University
Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and Wellness from Bastyr University
Member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Member of the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians
In Washington state we have access to fresh apples, asparagus, pears, cherries, grapes, raspberries, mint, and greens in season. We also have more than a hundred local farmer's markets, Community Supported Agriculture circles, and food co-ops such as Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op downstairs. Let's figure out a way to use these resources so we can create a solid foundation that allows us to respond to life's stressors.