Brooke Bodeen, ND

Dr. Brooke Bodeen is an Oregon State licensed Naturopathic Doctor. Dr. Bodeen earned her degree in Naturopathic Medicine and a Certificate in Shiatsu from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She earned her undergraduate degrees in Ecology and Environmental Sciences and German from the University of Maine.

Having grown up on a farm in rural North Dakota, she is continually inspired by nature in her practice. Dr. Bodeen’s practice focuses on the treatment of complex chronic disease and treating the root causes of illness with the foundations of naturopathic medicine as her guide.

Dr. Bodeen and her husband spent their first year in practice combining their interest in meditation and medicine. They lived at Thrangu Monastery in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. There they served as volunteer clinicians at the monastery’s free integrative clinic. Mindfulness and compassion practices continue to inspire Dr. Bodeen’s work.

Dr. Bodeen completed a two-year Clinical Residency with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt at the Sophia Health Institute in Woodinville, WA. She utilizes the tools and philosophy of his teachings in her practice including application of the five levels of healing, autonomic response testing (ART), neural therapy and other injection techniques including trigger point injections and neural prolo-therapy, psychological kinesiology, as well as intravenous therapy, homeopathy, botanical medicine, nutriceutical supplementation and practices a comprehensive approach to detoxification therapy. Dr. Bodeen has also studied biotherapeutic drainage with Dr. Dickson Thom and completed his one year clinical mentorship focusing on the assessment and treatment of complex chronic disease. She has also studied and continues to practice cranial sacral therapy and Shiatsu massage. Dr. Bodeen enjoys treating the whole family from infants to grandparents. In her free time, she can be found cooking, traveling and enjoying the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. 

Her interests in medicine include,  but are not limited to
-Chronic Illness
-Neurological Illness
-Infectious Disease
-Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia
-Environmental Medicine
-Digestive Disorders
-Hormonal Imbalance