Dr. Katherine Carvlin is a Seattle-based naturopathic physician specializing in environmental medicine. She is works with patients suffering from a environmentally-acquired illness (occupational exposures, heavy metal toxicity, mold exposure, multiple chemical sensitivity), gastrointestinal conditions, autoimmune disease, asthma and allergies, thyroid and endocrine disorders, and fertility/preconception care. Dr. Carvlin graduated from the Naturopathic program at Bastyr University and then completed a residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health. She has additional degrees in Psychology and Holisitic Nutrition. Moreover, Dr. Carvlin has additional training in metal toxicology, environmental medicine, chelation therapy, IV therapy, visceral manipulation, and craniosacral therapy. With this well-rounded foundation of health and wellness, she helps her patients make sustainable lifestyle changes to improve their health. Dr. Carvlin is adjunct faculty at Bastyr University, teaching a course on how food and environmental chemicals affect health. She also works for the National Association of Environmental Medicine, whose mission it is to educate other clinicians about environmental medicine. Dr. Carvlin collaborates with patients to discover how chronic disease can be a result of environmental chemicals disrupting their body’s physiological processes. She loves helping patients understand what lifestyle factors are impacting their health and empowering them to make meaningful changes. When not working with patients, she is with her two young children and husband, working in the garden, or on a hike!
Institute of Complementary Medicine 1600 E. Jefferson St., Ste. 603 Seattle, WA 98122