Chronic illness affects significant portions of our country’s population. According to the National Health Council, “About 40 million Americans are limited in their usual activities due to one or more chronic health conditions.” This week our doctors will be addressing ways to improve overall immunity in the presence of a chronic illness or injury.

  • How does chronic illness affect overall immunity?
  • If a condition is manageable but not curable, is there hope (or what can you do)?
  • What are naturopathic approaches to chronic pain?
  • Can naturopathic doctors work with medical specialists to customize care?
    • Aired live on October 21st, 5pm PST

Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO

Dr. Nasha Winters is a global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research consulting with physicians around the world. She has educated hundreds of professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe and has created robust educational programs for both healthcare institutions and the public on incorporating vetted integrative therapies in cancer care to enhance outcomes. Dr. Winters is currently focused on opening a comprehensive metabolic oncology hospital and research institute in the US where the best that standard of care has to offer and the most advanced integrative therapies will be offered. This facility will  be in a residential setting on a gorgeous campus against a backdrop of  regenerative farming, EMF mitigation, and retreat.” 

Dr. Nasha’s book: The Metabolic Approach to Cancer

Dr. Kasey Holland, ND

Dr. Kasey is dedicated to giving patients with chronic illness answers. As a licensed Naturopathic doctor, she believes that your health is made up of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual components. Through her clinical experience, she has seen environmental toxins, viruses, stealth infections, chronic inflammation, and stress disrupt these pillars of health. She uses a complete holistic approach to tackle health concerns no matter how simple or complex they may be.

After graduating from Montana State University with her Bachelor’s of Science in Cell Biology and Neuroscience with an emphasis on Biomedical Sciences, she earned her Doctorate in Naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA through a four year CNME accredited program. While there she completed specialty rotations in environmental medicine, immune wellness, oncology, IV therapy, Parkinson’s disease, emergency medicine and mind body medicine. During her residency, she worked in an Integrative health clinic that incorporated functional medicine. This well-rounded medical training and experience has provided her with exposure to a wide variety of pathologies and patient care in order to serve you better. Dr. Kasey specializes in complex and chronic cases often related to what she calls “The toxic trio”: Epstein – Barr virus, Lyme disease, and mold. Her specialties include chronic fatigue, Epstein -Barr virus and stealth infections, mold illness, environmental toxins, digestive issues, and hormonal imbalances.

Dr. Garek Ng, ND

Dr. Garek Ng is Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and co-founder and owner of BioMed Health Center located in La Jolla, California.  He was raised near Detroit, MI and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University.  He then went on to complete his medical training at Bastyr University in San Diego, CA.  His practice emphasizes the use of nutrition and lifestyle to attain optimal human biochemistry and physiology, supported by the use of vitamins, supplements and natural hormones.  He also specializes in critical lab analysis, regenerative joint injections, IV therapy, ozone therapy, and true primary care and general practice.

Dr. Ng’s passion for natural medicine was instilled by his father, a practicing holistic M.D. He was introduced to natural approaches to health care at an early age through his upbringing at his father’s clinic and in the home. During his time off, Dr. Ng is an avid tennis player, skier, hiker, and a devoted Detroit sports fan.  These passions drive the pursuit of good health.

Dr. Anne Van Couvering, ND

Dr. Anne Van Couvering, ND obtained her ND from NUNM in 2012, followed by a residency in Lyme disease, and has been specializing in chronic complex disease since then; her practice has expanded to include mold illness, mast cell activation/histamine intolerance, thyroid disease, chronic GI complaints including SIBO,  MTHFR, as well as pediatric disorders including PANS/PANDAS.  She is not one to let a puzzle go, and will leave no stone unturned as she works to understand the complexities of her patients’ illness.  She lives and works in Vermont now, but has deep roots in California.