Dr. Lisa Marie Chambers Pate is a licensed Naturopathic Physician. She received her medical degree from Bastyr University, the nations leading naturopathic medical school and completed most of her clinical internship from Bastyr Center For Natural Health in Seattle, Washington. Bastyr is one of four accredited naturopathic medical schools in the United States offering a four year graduate level naturopathic medical training program with educational standards recognized and approved by the US Department of Education. Dr. Chamber Pate’s approach is different. She empowers and educates patients to make better choices and enjoy improved health. Through a partnership, patients are provided with the tools for a healthy life that works. To help patients achieve optimal, vibrant health, Dr. Chambers Pate uses natural, effective therapies including nutritional supplements, homeopathy, herbs, individualized nutrition interventions and life coaching to create customized programs.
Dr. Chamber Pate’s areas of special expertise include weight loss, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, hypo- and hyperthyroidism, autism, ADHD, anti-aging medicine, womens health, depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. She has? spent over 1000 hours investigating and documenting research on weight loss resistance and the hormonal connection to obesity. She has also spent over 800 residency hours and five years in private practice as a primary care consultant dedicated to weight management, women’s health, nutritional counseling, exercise prescription and chronic illnesses, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.
Dr. Chambers Pate has been featured in many magazines including Health and Fitness and The Northshore Conifer. She is also a regular guest on the radio show Eye On Your Health with Dr. Neil Notaroberto and was part of a pilot TV program, Eye On Your Healthon MDTV.
Dr. Chambers Pate currently offers the following consultations:
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement
Natural Thyroid Replacement
Adjunctive Cancer Care
Weight Loss Programs