Dr. Rachel Boone is a First-Year Resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
"From a very early age, I have been fascinated by biology. I have always been curious to learn more about how our bodies and the bodies of animals work and repair themselves. Therefore, for most of my life I thought I was going to be a veterinarian, but after going through my own health issues, I found myself drawn to medicine. Through an accidental Google search, I stumbled upon naturopathic medicine and was drawn to its philosophy and treatment approach, which resonated with my values and interests. From there I applied to school, visited the campus during my interview, and have been a part of Bastyr University ever since!"
Dr. Boone's clinical interests include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, HVLA spinal manipulation, craniosacral, visceral manipulation, plant-based nutrition, evidence-based medicine
I strive to take a patient-centered approach grounded in evidence-based medicine. My goal is to empower my patients through education and information about their health so they can take an active role in their wellness.
- Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Chemistry Minor, Swarthmore College (2017)
- Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Bastyr University (2021)