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Alena Zweben, ND

Market Place Naturopathic

2107 Elliott Ave.

Suite 203

Seattle, Washington, 98121

Telephone: 206-853-6809

Websitehttp://DrAlenaZweben.com

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Dr. Zweben is a licensed naturopath in the state of Washington. She completed her undergraduate studies in human physiology and chemistry at the University of Oregon. After receiving her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University, she went on to complete a two-year clinical residency with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD. She has trained extensively in the treatment of complex chronic disease, Lyme, and biotoxin illness. She is passionate about helping her patients heal from chronic conditions as well as optimize their health.

In her practice, she utilizes the teachings of Dr. Klinghardt, specializing in neural therapy, restoring biochemical imbalance, detoxification, botanical medicine, the use of intravenous therapies, and bio-identical hormone replacement. In addition, she has trained with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker MD in the treatment of mold biotoxin illness and with Dr. John Lyftogt MD in the use of neural-prolotherapy in the treatment of neuropathic pain.

Dr. Zweben is dedicated to providing the most effective treatments for her patients, drawing from her unique training in the field of naturopathic medicine. She is committed to a compassionate, healing experience for all of her clients. Dr. Zweben is the owner of Market Place Naturopathic and is committed to sharing her unique skillset with her Seattle community. She has resided in Washington for the past seven years, and is a native to the Pacific North West. When not with patients, it is likely she is off snowboarding mountains both near and far.

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