At Natural Medicine of Seattle, our practitioners are defined by our care and dedication to our patients. Our clinic has been at the forefront of the industry, healing and educating patients by combining natural therapies with conventional treatments and analysis.
We provide the best and latest in medical science with a natural approach, finding the root causes and restoring your healthy, functional body.
We believe in your ability to take an active approach to your health. We make it a point to educate you on your treatment options, and what is really going on in your body. We don’t just diagnose symptoms and provide a cure; we find the cause of your illness, and make sure that you are equipped to prevent recurring problems.
Our clinic is one of the only clinics in Seattle offering Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy. This ground-breaking therapy can minimize the side effects of traditional medicines and allow the body to recover faster. Our founder, Dr. Margie Ikeda, was one of the first to receive post-graduate training in IVMT at Bastyr University, where she now teaches advanced IV Therapy courses.
Whether you need primary care or even a customized nutrition plan, we’ve got you covered. We provide an extensive list of services. When you come to Natural Medicine of Seattle, you can rest assured that you are getting the best in individualized attention, the highest quality of care, and a true understanding of your health and treatment.
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Credentials and Education
Naturopathic Doctor, Bastyr University, 2018
Bachelor of Human Nutrition and Food Science, Colorado State University, 2011
Dr. Alisha Ghajar firmly believes anyone can improve their health, at any time in life. Her approach always meets patients where they are at, in a collaborative manner with their goals in mind.
Dr. Ghajar’s journey to naturopathic medicine began with an interest in nutrition, after growing up in Texas where several family members succumbed to obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, yet failed to improve with standard medical care. She wanted to help people live healthier lives through diet and lifestyle changes; a goal that moved her to Fort Collins, Colorado. Here she completed a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Nutrition at Colorado State University. Soon after, Dr. Ghajar learned about naturopathic medicine, and was excited to provide more support to her patients, with a bigger toolbox, moving her once more across the country to attend Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington.
Her specialties include preventative medicine, gastrointestinal health, and metabolic conditions. Her treatment interests include, but are not limited to, IBS, IBD, SIBO, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and environmental illnesses such as heavy metal toxicity and mold exposure.
Dr. Ghajar leans heavily on her advanced nutrition training and lifestyle coaching background to help her patients reach their personal goals, as well as nutrient injections, botanical medicine, and targeted neutraceuticals.
When she is not treating patients, Dr. Ghajar can be found hiking, running, weight lifting and biking. She is also an avid cook with her husband, and is always planning their next travel adventure.