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Naturopathic Medicine 

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession, emphasizing prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that encourage individuals’ inherent self-healing process. It is a health care system that encourages the body's own healing abilities through the use of natural therapies influenced by both traditional methods and scientific evidence. 


Naturopathic practice includes the following diagnostic and therapeutic modalities: clinical and laboratory diagnostic testing, nutritional medicine, botanical medicine, naturopathic physical medicine (including naturopathic manipulative therapy), public health measures, hygiene, counseling, homeopathy, prescription medication, intravenous and injection therapy.



A licensed naturopathic physician (ND) attends a four-year, graduate-level naturopathic medical school and is educated in all of the same basic sciences as an MD, but also studies holistic and nontoxic approaches to therapy with a strong emphasis on disease prevention and optimizing wellness. In addition to a standard medical curriculum, naturopathic physicians also studies clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, psychology, and counseling. A naturopathic physician takes rigorous professional board exams so that he or she may be licensed by a state or jurisdiction as a primary care general practice physician

Dr. R. Mohrdar

Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Roxana Mohrdar received her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. While working on her degree, she participated in research that investigated the cellular and synaptic properties that involved in the organization and plasticity of sensory maps. Once she graduated, she then attended Bastyr University of San Diego and received her doctorates in naturopathic medicine. 



University of California, Riverside: 2012 : Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience 

Bastyr University of San Diego: 2017 : Naturopathic Doctorate

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Conditions Addressed

Autoimmune disorders

Genetics, environment, and lifestyle triggers are the main contributors to the development of autoimmune conditions. While we cant always change our genetics, changing lifestyle and environmental factors can often help decrease frequency and intensity of flares. 


  • SLE

  • Sjogrens 

  • Scleroderma

  • Crohns/Ulcerative Colitis 

  • Multiple Sclerosis 

  • Rheumatoid arthritis 

  • Hashimoto's/Graves disease

  • Eczema 

  • Urticaria (Hives)

Gastrointestinal Disorders

The gastrointestinal system is one of your first lines of defense. When your gastrointestinal system is compromised, it effects the rest of your health. When addressing chronic health concerns, gut integrity is a priority. 


  • Crohns/Ulcerative Colitis 

  • IBS

  • Constipation 

  • Bloating/Gas

  • Reflux 

  • SIBO/Dysbiosis 

Hormones (male/ female

Hormones effect a variety of physiological processes in the body. Understanding what factors influence and modulate hormone production is the key to our approach. We offer hormone replacement therapy however it is not the first line of treatment. 


  • Menopause symptoms

  • PMS 

  • Estrogen dominance

  • PCOS

  • Fibroids 

  • Andropause 

  • Erectile Dysfunction 

  • Low Testosterone 

Metabolic Syndrome  

  • Type 2 Diabetes

  • Hypertension 

  • Elevated cholesterol

  • Obesity

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