Tolt River Family Medicine adds naturopath to clinic

  • Thursday, January 12, 2017 7:30am
  • Business
Dr. JooRi Daeyeon Jun has joined the Tolt River Family Medicine clinic in Carnation.                                Courtesy Photo

Dr. JooRi Daeyeon Jun has joined the Tolt River Family Medicine clinic in Carnation. Courtesy Photo

Naturopath Dr. JooRi Daeyeon Jun has recently joined the practice at Tolt River Family Medicine clinic, 4563 Tolt Ave., Carnation. She will be available at the clinic three days a week, on a rotating schedule.

Dr. Jun is passionate about health and healing. She received her doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University and is a licensed primary care physician in the state of Washington. She is also a certified lactation educator, trained labor support doula, and mother.

Her approach to wellness encompasses all levels of health, spiritual, emotional, psychological, and physical.

During her education at Bastyr University, she completed additional training in visceral manipulation and craniosacral therapy. She completed Level I Clinical Pastoral Education training through the University of Washington at Harborview Hospital.

Before attending Bastyr University, Jun completed studies at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where she double majored in Neuroscience and Women and Gender Studies. She grew up internationally, living in Belgium, Finland, Sri-Lanka, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Nigeria, and Korea before coming to the United States for college.




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