|Dr. Leny Eidsmore, N.D is a Washington State licensed Naturopathic Physician with DEA certification. She
specializes in (LHE) Light and Heat Energy skin treatment, homeopathy, clinical nutrition, trigger point therapy
and environmental medicine. She received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College of
Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. There she received her clinical training in Traditional Chinese
Medicine, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, environmental medicine and clinical nutrition. She received
her bachelor of science in Botany and minor in Dance from the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Eidsmore takes an individualized approach to treating your health. She treats most acute and chronic
conditions. "I use a combination of holistic medicine to establish balance in the patient's body and to treat the
disease." She evaluates the disease holistically by the patient's past medical history, mind and body connection,
diet, lifestyle, medication, laboratory test, assessment and patient intake. Dr. Eidsmore's assessment includes but
is not limited to biochemical imbalance or endocrine dysfunction. "I treat the patient at the biosynthesis and
metabolic pathways. I use medical nutrition to target these pathways so the body is able to function to its
optimal level and heal the disease." Dr. Eidsmore uses treatment modalities such as botanical medicine,
homeopathic remedies, environmental medicine, natural remedies, massage and trigger point therapy to unblock
the body's healing process.
Dr. Eidsmore's past experience as a research technologist for the Department of Cardiology in Seattle, University
of Washington Medical Center has influenced her approach to treating disease. "You can cure a wide variety of
disease from diabetes to hypertension to thyroid condition but the vitamin, mineral and botanical herb has to be
the appropriate dosage and version type to make it an effective medicine."
She believes prescriptive medication has its benefits but is not the only treatment for acute or chronic disease. "If
the body is lacking in certain nutrition, then the metabolic pathway is not producing the building blocks for
pathways such as the hormone and neuro-chemistry that it is supposed to. As a result the patient may
experience hormone imbalance, insomnia or anxiety. The body is able to recalibrate for short term imbalance by
drawing from its reserves such as our muscle and bone. When the imbalance is for a prolonged period the reserve
is over-tapped and chronic disease occurs."
Dr. Eidsmore believes in giving back to the community and is a volunteer naturopathic doctor for YWCA
healthcare outreach program. She also volunteers in the Kiwanis of Renton. Dr. Eidsmore is also an active
member in New Life Church, Neighborhood Association, and in the PTA.
|Dr. Leny Eidsmore, ND
|Highlands Naturopathic Physician 3901 NE 4th St Suite 108 Renton, WA 98056