Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are trained as integrative primary care providers at accredited naturopathicmedical schools. Their first 2 years at medical school are very similar to that of conventional medical students – where they learn the “basic science” courses such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, immunology, etc. During 3rd and 4th year in school, naturopathic medical students begin their clinical internships in a variety of primary care settings. NDs are also trained extensively in evidence-based, holistic areas of medicine including nutrition, physical medicine/manipulations, botanical medicine, IV therapy, minorsurgery, and many other subjects. To learn more about naturopathic medicine, please visit https://www.naturopathic.org.
Dr. Sarah Tindall graduated in 2018 from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Master of Science in Nutrition. Prior to medical school, she received a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness Promotion from UNC Asheville where she graduated cum laude with distinction as a university research scholar for her work surrounding plant-based nutrition research.
During her medical education Dr. Tindall gained copious experience in primary care in a variety of out patient settings, holistic mental health, physical medicine, minor surgery, IV therapy, pediatrics, women’s health, integrative oncology, and as a globalmedical volunteer. Dr. Tindall’s clinical interest is individualized, evidence-based primary care with an emphasis on women’s health, fertility, and environmental medicine.
Outside of the clinic, Dr.Tindall enjoys gardening, cooking, exploring the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.