Dr. Scott Moser, Naturopathic PhysicianScott Moser, ND

“What I find most gratifying about naturopathic medicine is the teaching aspect of my job. It is truly rewarding when I see how empowered patients can become when they really understand their bodies and the healing process. It can be transformational. I love being a part of that process, when understanding translates into action, leading patients on a path to wellness.”

Dr. Scott Moser graduated from Bastyr University with his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. He enjoys working with families, learning patients’ stories, and tailoring treatment plans to each individual. Dr. Moser believes in developing a partnership with patients, challenging and encouraging them along the journey to optimal health. He has special clinical interest in autoimmune disease, Lyme disease, endocrine disorders, nutrition and weight management, and men’s health.

Dr. Moser is ILADS-certified and treats Lyme Disease and tick-borne illnesses. He has advanced clinical training in Ozone Therapy, endocrinology (bio-identical hormones), nutrition, botanical medicine, and physical medicine, with a background in massage therapy. He enjoys the challenge of treating difficult and complicated cases and working alongside patients toward better health.

Before joining Bear Creek Naturopathic Clinic, Dr. Scott Moser owned a solo naturopathic practice in Seattle, Washington and served as  Medical Director at the Alaska Center for Natural Medicine in Fairbanks. He completed rounds at Queen Anne Naturopathic Center in Seattle focusing on chronic pain management and therapeutic injections and at Island Wellness on Bainbridge Island, WA focusing on detoxification and weight loss. He worked as the Men’s Health Specialist at Vitality Medical Clinic in Seattle, focusing on hormone optimization, IV therapy, and injections. Dr. Moser also completed clinical rounds in Seattle at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, Consejo Counseling & Referral Service, the 45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic, and the Lake City Senior Center.

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