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Dr. Katie Dahlgren is a board certified Naturopathic Physician. She earned her bachelor’s degree in biology/pre-med with a minor in psychology at Gonzaga University in 2003. She then completed the vigorous 4-year doctorate program in naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University, graduating in 2007. Dr. Dahlgren has trained extensively with Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD where she completed a 3-year-residency prior to working alongside him as an associate and senior clinician at his medical practice for an additional 4 years.

She has worked in three clinics specializing in the treatment of chronic infections and neurological disorders, and is currently practicing at Holistic Healing Arts in Edmonds, Washington. She has extensive experience with a variety of injection techniques, IV therapies, as well as both botanical medicine and functional nutrition. Additionally, Dr. Dahlgren is an instructor with the Klinghardt Academy where she trains other physicians to master these techniques, and has lectured on topics such as preconception health care, Autonomic Response Testing, alternative treatments for Lyme disease, environmental toxicity, and the physiological impact of electromagnetic field stress.

Prior to starting her career as a physician over 10 years ago, she worked in a facial plastic surgeon’s office.  At this practice, she assisted in aesthetic injections including fillers and Botox as well as pre/post operative care. She has completed hand’s-on physician training in aesthetic injections through the prestigious Advanced Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI). She recently accepted the position of Medical Director of Be Well Skinspace in Edmonds where she will be offering cutting-edge injection techniques to patients wishing to optimize skin health and reverse the signs of aging and chronic illness.  

She loves collaborating with her colleagues to design custom treatment plans and protocols that are tailored to the patient’s health goals and lifestyle.  She looks beyond the labels often associated with long-term illness to identify the physiological, structural, and neurological factors that influenced illness to manifest. She strives to create and maintain a therapeutic relationship of mutual respect where patients can feel heard and valued.  She is committed to lifelong learning and makes it a priority to frequently attend conferences and lectures that benefit her patients through exposure to experts in the rapidly growing and evolving field of integrative medicine.