McQuinn Naturopathic Family Practice provides patients of all backgrounds with access to holistic medical attention and education; empowering them with knowledge and responsibility for their health. We assist you in creating healthy life changes, in hopes that each patient can reach their potential to be their happiest and healthiest.
How we accomplish this
We use a supportive and integrative approach, drawing from all aspects of health – spiritual, mental, physical, and environmental. We utilize recent scientific research and incorporate new therapies – blending conventional and natural health care, focusing on prevention and recovery.
Dr. Beth McQuinn
Dr. McQuinn has been practicing Naturopathic Medicine since 2009. She received her Undergraduate Bachelor’s in Pre-Med and minored in Spanish at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Throughout college, she worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Winona Health Geriatrics Unit, assisting the elderly in daily activities.
Dr.McQuinn was accepted to Bastyr University and completed the Naturopathic Doctorate Program specializing in Women’s Health, Craniosacral therapy, IV therapy, and Physical Medicine. In 2006 Dr.McQuinn became certified by the Cortiva Institute of Seattle as a licensed massage therapist. She worked for 4 years in massage therapy, specializing in Swedish Deep Tissue, Craniosacral therapy, and Pregnancy Massage at Olympus Spa. She still utilizes therapeutic massage for patients as part of her practice. After graduating from Bastyr, Dr.McQuinn worked in Seattle as a Naturopathic Physician at SlimXpress hCG weight loss clinic, assisting patients in weight loss through an hCG protocol and low calorie diet.
Dr. McQuinn opened McQuinn Naturopathic in March 2010 and continues to offer a modified version of the hCG diet, based on individual caloric requirements. Dr. McQuinn was extensively trained in botanical medicine, homeopathy, nutritional therapy, counseling, and physical medicine. These areas of expertise allow her to treat patients with herbal remedies to heal diseases, gentle medicines that return the body to its equilibrium, pinpoint dietary sensitivities, allergies, and nutritional imbalances, and use soft tissue and spinal manipulation for physical disease. The clinic also offers services you would regularly receive from a primary care provider including annual physical exams, well-child check-ups, lab orders, pharmaceutical and herbal prescriptions, and continued care for chronic conditions. Dr. McQuinn is a member of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
*Bastyr University’s accredited ND program is a four-year post graduate program which trains students in the medical sciences including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, cardiology, dermatology, neurology, gynecology, rheumatology, gastroenterology, psychology, physical and clinical diagnosis.