Your body is unique, powerful, and intelligent.
Your treatment should be, too.
What to expect
Your body contains incredible healing power.
Your wellness is as powerful and complex as you are, and Dr. Reebs supports it by considering your entire being: biochemical, physical, mental, emotional, even spiritual.
An opportunity to thrive.
Dr. Reebs looks at every system and realm of the whole patient to re-establish patterns of health that inform your unique care strategy. If you simply turn a symptom off without dealing with the root cause, you risk driving it deeper into the body.
Your treatment is YOUR treatment.
Dr. Reebs provides specific, thoughtful, and relevant naturopathic medicine treatments.
Healthy, thriving wholeness is within reach.
Dr. Reebs helps patients unlock their natural potential to thrive.
The book that will elevate your health and well-being and serve as a starting point for understanding how to prevent as well as reverse chronic disease.
Praise for the book
“This is a must-read for all interested in taking charge of their health and should be required reading for all healthcare professionals.”
—Dr. Samm Pryce, ND, #1 bestselling author
“Dr. Ben Reebs has written a must-read primer for anyone considering integrative medicine….Read this book and learn how chronic disease can be kept at bay.”
—Dr. Trevor Holly Cates, ND, founder of The Spa Dr.® and #1 bestselling author, Clear Skin from Within
“This is naturopathic philosophy at its best, a practical guide for both practitioner and patient. I have been in private and public practice for thirty-nine years, and Dr. Reebs has nailed it.”
—Dr. Rick Brinkman, ND, New York Times bestselling author
—Dr. Eli Camp, ND, DHANP, VNMI, founder of Medicine Talk®
“Ben brings to readers the timeless understanding of the body’s self-healing nature, which has been forgotten by Western medicine, into a modern context for a world in need of healing.”
—Razi Berry,founder and publisher of Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (NDNR)
Empowering a whole, healthy you.
Healthy, thriving wholeness is within reach for everyone.
Meet Dr. Ben
Naturopathic doctor. Nutrition geek.
Cook. Nature lover.
Praise for Dr. Ben
Dr. Reebs is so kind, is a wonderful listener and makes you feel so comfortable. If you’re looking for a doctor that goes beyond the call of duty, you’ll definitely want to check out Portland Clinic of Natural health.
March 5, 2022
I have been a patient of Dr Ben's for about 1.5 years now. When my doctor passed away Dr Ben came to my rescue and I am forever greatful. He is kind, knowledgeable and very caring and his staff is also very understanding and on top of it, when dealing with his patients needs. I would highly recommend Dr Ben Reebs to anyone looking for a great doctor in his field.
March 3, 2022
Connected with Dr. Ben due to the pain I was feeling with what seemed like everything I ate. Dr. Ben found out about a food intolerance and now I have been pain free! We are currently exploring ways to support my immune system with a newer diagnosis of Hashimotos. Dr. Ben supports me as a whole person and things have definitely been improving. Where another Dr. Told me I’d have to be on meds for the rest of my life without ways to help me or lessen my symptoms, Dr. Ben has given me hope! I appreciate him and his office manager Jess and continue to look forward to working with them!
March 3, 2022
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