Meet Our Team

Dr. Bridghid McMonagle, Naturopathic Physician (N.D.), OANP Board Member
Dr. Bridghid McMonagle graduated from Bastyr University and completed a residency at the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) where she performed rotations at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) involving dermatology, gastroenterology, women’s health, and emergency care. She is certified in Ozone therapies including High dose ozone, Prolozone, Cosmetic ozone and Major Autohemotherapy. She is also certified in Cosmetic PRP and joint PRP treatments, IV therapies, heavy metal chelation, neurofeedback, and PK Protocol. Dr. McMonagle was the first certified ozone practitioner in Oregon. Dr. McMonagle has trained with Dr. Frank Shallenberger, Dr. Robert Rowen, Dr. Howard Robbins, Dr. Adrianna Schwartz, Dr. Lohadny and many more. Our clinic offers the most extensive options in ozone therapies that we know of in Oregon. Dr. McMonagle has been practicing family medicine in Lake Oswego since 2006 and sees patients of all ages. She enjoys motivating individuals to improve their health. Prior to medical school, Dr. McMonagle finished her undergraduate at the University of Washington in Environmental Health with a minor in chemistry. She then completed over 2 years in the Peace Corps in Thailand teaching environmental medicine. During her time in the Peace Corps, she became fascinated with herbal medicine and various treatment options which inspired her to pursue naturopathic medicine. Dr. McMonagle feels very fortunate to practice functional and regenerative medicine, and have witnessed tremendous results through blending holistic and standard primary care. She enjoys traveling, soccer, and staying active in the outdoors.
Dr. Kaley Bourgeois, Naturopathic Physician (N.D.), OANP Board Member
Dr. Kaley Bourgeois is a Naturopathic Physician practicing holistic family medicine designed to strengthen the body’s natural healing processes. She is experienced in the treatment of endocrine dysfunction, women’s health concerns, hormone imbalances for both genders, fertility support, weight loss, digestive health, and Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue syndromes. She offers individualized care that encompasses the best of both alternative and conventional medicine. Dr. Bourgeois was born and raised near Portland, OR, where she completed her medical training at the National College of Natural Medicine after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Pacific University. While in naturopathic medical school, Dr. Kaley completed rotations in family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, minor surgery, and an extended internship in naturopathic cardiology. Since joining the field of healthcare in 2004, Dr. Bourgeois has gained experience in hospital, outpatient and private practice settings in various roles. She has attended multiple seminars in hormone therapy and is certified in both IV Therapy and Ozone Therapy.

Dr. Bourgeois enjoys inspiring others to succeed in meeting their health goals. She strives to practice what she asks of others and looks forward to being a lifelong student of health. When she isn’t at LOHC, she is spending time outdoors with her husband and baby.
Dr. Madeleine Tuson-Turner (N.D.)
Dr. Tuson-Turner is a licensed Naturopathic Physician and Pelvic Floor Therapy providerin Oregon. She is most passionate about women’s health, hormone balancing (for both men and women), regenerative medicine, reproductive health, and sexual health throughout the lifecycle. She uses an integrative approach to treating imbalances including the use of natural therapies, IV nutritional therapy, physical medicine, bio-identical hormones, and lifestyle recommendations. Dr. Tuson-Turner is experienced in the treatment of endocrine disorders, women’s health issues, reproductive health, gastrointestinal concerns and chronic conditions. She offers individualized integrative care to her patients to help them optimize their health.

Following undergraduate training in medical anthropology, Dr. Tuson-Turner completed masters’ degrees in integrative medicine research and global health, a certificate in natural childbirth, and a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from The National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM). She then completed a 1 year post-graduate residency program with an emphasis in integrative primary care. Dr. Tuson-Turner's clinical education focused on primary care with a specialty in women's health. She also received additional focused training in IV therapies and Professional Applied Kinesiology. To support her training in women’s health, she became certified in pelvic floor therapy. Out of a desire to create equitable sustainable development alongside cooperative global health educational opportunities, Dr. Tuson-Turner lived and worked in Ghana, West Africa part-time since 2009. She worked with the Ghanaian Ministry of Health to learn about cultural perspectives on health and healing. Additionally, she conducted her master’s thesis, a mixed-methods research study which she designed and piloted, on maternal experience of childbirth in Ghana. She currently holds an adjunct faculty position in the School of Graduate Studies at NUNM where she teaches courses in the Global Health and Research departments. Dr Tuson-Turner is a recipient of the Globe Trotter Award from NUNM for her dedication and work establishing and maintaining cooperative learning opportunities and lasting partnerships in the field of global health.
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About Us

Naturopathic Medical Doctors undergo a rigorous medical education at one of the seven fully accredited North American Naturopathic Medical Schools.

The first two years of education mirror a traditional Western medical education in terms of the biological sciences: Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology and Medical Diagnosis.

The last two years are clinical training, working hands-on with patients in a variety of clinical settings. These years focus on natural methods of healing, including nutrition, vitamin therapy, herbalism, homeopathy and physical/structural medicine, as well as Western pharmacology when indicated.

Philosophic Principles:

The Naturopathic Principles are a series of guiding ethics that form the field and philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine. They are the structure from which true health is born.

The Principles are:

  • First Do No Harm (Utilize the most natural, least invasive, and least toxic therapies.)
  • The Healing Power of Nature (Understand and enhance the body’s inherent ability to heal itself.)
  • Identify and Treat the Causes (Look beyond the symptoms to the underlying cause.)
  • The Doctor as Teacher (Educate patients in the steps to achieving and maintaining health.)
  • Treat the Whole Person (View the body as an integrated whole in all its physical and spiritual dimensions.)
  • Prevention (Focus on overall health, wellness and disease prevention.)
  • The Therapeutic Order (Choose the therapy that will most rapidly and completely bring the patient back into health.)

Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday: By Appointment

Sunday: Closed

Contact Us

Address: 470 6th St, Suite C, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Telephone: 503-505-9806

Fax: 503-505-9807