More About Dr. Owens
Dr. Owens maintains a thriving family practice at Tabor Village Wellness, where she is honored to work with her patients to improve their health through natural means and lifestyle changes. She treats patients of all ages with safe, natural therapies. Her primary areas of interest include hormonal conditions and imbalances, and preventative care.
She grew up in nearby Vancouver, WA. She attended the University of Puget Sound, where she completed her B.S. in Biology with a minor in American Literature and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1996. She received her medical training at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, where she graduated in 2004. Her educational focus included natural pregnancy and childbirth care, pediatrics and women’s health.
When not seeing patients, she enjoys gardening, hiking, cooking, running and spending time with her daughter and husband.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
Are you wondering if your child’s health problems could be related to the foods he or she is eating?
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Recognizing fever’s role in fighting illness.
The warming socks treatment is recommended at the first sign of any congestion in the ears, eyes, sinuses, throat and/or lungs.