Whether it is seasonal alleries or year round. We offer a variety of testing options and treatments to help minimize your symptoms.
The physicians at Lake Oswego Health Center offer a wide array of therapies to address chronic pain and new injuries. Commonly seen health complaints include arthritic joint pain, overuse injuries, generalized muscle pain (myalgia) and nerve pain. We also offer effective treatment to those recovering from Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA’s). Depending on the source and severity of your pain, our physicians may recommend broad anti-inflammatory support, appropriate pharmaceutical interventions, or minimally-invasive injection therapies such as Prolozone and Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy. Additional therapies may include topical analgesics (painkillers), therapeutic exercises, and IV Therapy.
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The physicians at Lake Oswego Health Center employ multi-system support when helping those with Fibromyalgia (FMS) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to find relief. With a combination of hormone support, immune-cell stimulating therapies, focused nutritional interventions and effective pain control, our patients report a general improvement in their quality of life.
Those with FMS and CFS struggle with much more than daily body pain or fatigue. They need a detailed health plan to address a variety of health concerns, including recurrent infections, brain fog, hormone imbalances, digestive complaints, and immune dysfunction. Let us help you find energy and relief!
With the combination of natural therapeutics and modern medicine, our physicians are able to provide effective treatments plans to those suffering from Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus, Lyme Disease, Mycoplasma, Herpes family viruses and many more. Ozone Therapy and immune-cell stimulating IV’s are only a few of the treatments offered individually or in combination with prescription interventions to potentiate healing. Additional infections commonly treated at Lake Oswego Health Center:
- Bronchitis and pneumonia
- Fungal and bacterial skin infections
- Shingles and other viral rashes
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Urinary tract infections and prostatitis
- Bacterial and candida vaginitis
- Acute infections, including the common cold
Rashes and skin changes can appear at any age, and are often indicators of a larger underlying health concern. By finding and treating the underlying causes, uncomfortable and unsightly rashes can resolve with less likelihood of recurrence. Most skin changes can be linked to immune system dysfunction, food or environmental sensitivities, hormonal imbalances, or infections. Our physicians can help you with:
- Acne and Rosacea
- Abscesses and folliculitis
- Fungal rashes Viral exanthems
- Eczema and other allergic reactions
- Vitiligo, Psoriasis and other autoimmune skin disorders
At Lake Oswego Health Center, we prioritize your gastrointestinal health. Healthy digestion is essential to nutrient absorption and immune function. Whether you suffer from symptoms of gastrointestinal distress (discomfort, gas, bloating, other IBS symptoms), or signs of poor digestion such as eczema or nutrient deficiencies, optimizing gut health can help. We offer multiple diagnostic testing options, such as stool testing, food allergy panels, and related blood work. Nutritional support and tissue-healing therapies are provided in addition to treatments specific to the underlying cause.
Common digestive conditions we treat:
- Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis)
- Leaky Gut Syndrome
- Food allergies and sensitivities
- Reflux disease and Hypochlorhydria (low stomach acid)
- Celiac and other digestive autoimmune disorders
- Gastritis and ulcers Gastroenteritis (viral and bacterial infections)
Whether you need an annual sport’s physical or screening blood work, we look forward to helping you reach your general wellness goals. ND's are board certified, licensed primary care physicians. Lake Oswego Health Center is proud to offer standard and specialty diagnostic labs, responsible use of both pharmaceutical and natural medicine, and lifestyle interventions to enhance wellness and prevent chronic disease.
General wellness services include: Screening sports and work physicals. Annual screening labs and physical exam:
- Women’s’ wellness exams with pap
- Dietary and lifestyle counseling
- Nutrients for health optimization
Both men and women face hormone imbalances and deficiencies which may lead to fatigue, weight fluctuations, skin changes, infertility and early aging. At Lake Oswego Health Center, we begin with a thorough assessment and appropriate diagnostic testing. Treatments combine effective natural therapeutics, nutrition-based interventions and bio-identical hormone therapy when appropriate. Common hormonal complaints treated by our physicians include:
- Low testosterone
- Menopausal symptoms
- Infertility and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Uterine fibroids and Endometriosis
- Low libido
- PMS and PMDD
Insulin resistance, diabetes, and high cholesterol are a leading cause of chronic disease in this country, despite being sensitive to basic changes in diet and lifestyle. You can prevent or reverse metabolic syndrome—let our physicians help you regain your optimal level of health!
Signs and symptoms of metabolic syndrome include obesity, elevated blood sugars, infertility, low energy and body pain, hormonal imbalances, rashes and other skin changes. With individualized weight loss interventions, and physician-only nutrients which target blood sugar and hormone imbalances, you can drastically reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, infertility, and more.
Have you been exposed to mold? We offer innovative testing and treatment options that can help.
If you struggle with low energy, weight fluctuations, or sensitivity to temperature changes, we recommend screening for thyroid dysfunction and adrenal fatigue. According to the American Thyroid Association, over 12% of Americans will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetime. Many of these same individuals may experience symptoms of fatigue and difficulty handling stress due to over-taxed adrenal glands. Metabolism, immune function, mood and general health are all dependent upon optimal levels of thyroid hormone and cortisol.
Conditions treated include:
- Autoimmune thyroid disease
- Clinical and subclinical hypothyroidism
- Thyroid resistance
- Adrenal insufficiency and excess