NLM is committed to providing high quality, individualized and affordable healthcare to patients of all ages in the surrounding community.
Dr. Anna Graklanoff
Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist
What do you want to be when you grow up? That is the question every child is asked. My entire life I have cared about others and have had the desire to make an impact on people’s lives for the better. I believe that I can help people improve their quality of life and increase overall health. I value the Naturopathic philosophy of treating the root cause of a problem instead of covering it up.
I graduated from Bastyr University with a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. I specialize in pain management, fertility, chronic fatigue, stress, and primary care including thyroid disorders, Gastrointestinal complaints (GERD, IBS, Crohn's, food sensitivities, etc), sleep disturbance, anxiety, depression, neuropathy, autoimmune disease, and more. I have extended education in IV therapy, neural therapy, craniosacral, visceral manipulation, nutrition, and botanical and Chinese herbal formulas. My undergraduate degree includes a Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Science from Colorado State University.
While at Bastyr University, I was provided with a great opportunity to volunteer and give back to the community. Locally I worked with two homeless shelters, Tent City and Roots Youth Shelter. I also volunteered with the Foster Children of Seattle. Furthermore, I travelled to Haiti where I volunteered in two clinics, Naturopaths Without Boarders and Mamababy Haiti. To my surprise for all of my volunteer work I was honored with the Sheila Quinn Service to Society Award.
Memberships: American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and Washington East Asian Medicine Association.
Dr. Rebekah Thompson
I have been interested in medicine since I was very young. No one could figure out why I was having stomach pain. I was just a child and I felt unheard. From that point on I knew that I really wanted to be a doctor. I wanted to help children feel heard and feel better because its an opportunity I didn’t have. As I began this journey, I started seeing varieties of people: men, women and children. Hearing all of their stories, I noticed many of them felt the same way I did, unheard by their doctors.
I became a naturopathic physician because I believe in the core of naturopathic medicine. I believe in finding the root cause of the problem and treating that, not just the symptoms. I believe in educating my patients on what I believe, not just telling them what will help; so that they can understand too.
I graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine with a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. I specialize in chronic disease and primary care for pediatrics and adults. More specifically I specialize in weight loss, thyroid disorders, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, anxiety, endometriosis, and more. Through nutrition, homeopathy, botanicals and more I help people take back their health!
Dr. Gregory Robertson
Dr. Gregory Robertson is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who completed his medical training at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. In addition, Dr.Robertson has advanced training from The American College of Osteopathic Sclerotherapeutic Pain Management in injection therapies and from IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians, as well as extensive training with Dr.Deitrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD using his Autonomic Response Testing and Neural Therapy.
Dr. Robertson strives to utilize the most effective and advanced evidence based treatments available to assist his patients in achieving their own level of optimal wellness. His specialized practice focuses on healing from complex chronic illness including injury and pain, chronic infection, environmental toxicity, nutritional deficiency, gastrointestinal problems, pH balancing, addiction as well as abnormal
reaction to stress. He also works with people suffering from acute conditions from such things as infections or trauma.