ICM Stands Against Racism

All of us at ICM are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more black lives, due to violence fueled by racism. At ICM so much of our work is focused on individual patients’ health, yet we recognize that respect and a safe environment are essential for …

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Listen in with ICM: Environmental Medicine with Dr. Carvlin

Environmental Medicine Environmental chemical exposure is a root cause of chronic disease. This is an important, often overlooked, piece of the puzzle in complex illnesses. Environmental exposures are not disappearing, they are only getting worse!  Of the over 125,000 synthetic chemicals in circulation, roughly 8,000 are high-volume and everyday exposures.  Many are correlated with common …

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Coronavirus Information

With the increasing spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases here in Washington State, Gov. Inslee has implemented new restrictions. Below you will see links to the information from the CDC and local authorities relating to precautions and information regarding the virus. The doctors at ICM strongly recommend following the guidelines of basic hygiene, such as frequent …

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How do naturopathic doctors diagnose and treat Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis?

When diagnosing and treating patients with acute or chronic gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms, licensed naturopathic doctors (NDs) address the whole person—including body, mind, emotions, genetics, environmental exposures, and socio-economic status. NDs employ a variety of diagnostic approaches to pinpoint the underlying causes of distress. Trained rigorously in clinical nutrition, behavioral medicine, botanical medicine, and conventional pharmaceuticals, NDs draw on …

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