Women's Care and Family Wellness Services

Our clinic in Missoula treats men and women, and patients of all ages including newborns, children and teens. Our naturopathic doctors treat the whole body, not just the disease or pathology. We’ll use herbs, nutrition, nutraceuticals and lifestyle modifications to treat many common conditions and diseases.

We’re one of very few clinics in western Montana that offer implantation of pellets for estrogen and testosterone therapy for women and men respectively, using natural soy products. Pellets deliver consistent, healthy levels of hormones for 3-4 months in women and 4-5 months in men.

We’ll consider your medical history, physiology and lifestyle that can lead to an illness that you may have and will tailor treatments to address your individual unique needs.

Our Services

  • Women's Health

    From your first well-woman exam to family planning, motherhood and through menopause, we offer you a lifetime of care.
  • Women's Bone Health Program

    Our Bone Health program offers women a comprehensive evaluation, prevention strategies and plan for treatment.
  • Bladder Health

    Urinary Incontinence is a common problem, and it is commonly under-treated. Our providers offer a thorough and systempatic approach to sorting out the issues that contribute to incontinence, and to offering the best solutions.
  • Breast Health Program

    Breast health services are provided by a dedicated team of breast care specialists, including certified technologists and board-certified radiologists.
  • Mammography

    For women who aren’t having any breast cancer symptoms, we offer a screening mammogram, an X-ray test of the breasts (mammary glands) used to screen for breast problems, such as a lump, and whether a lump is fluid-filled (a cyst) or a solid mass.
  • Medication Assistance

    Medication assistance coordinators are available to find resources to help patients pay for their medicine.
  • Well-Baby and Well-Child Checks

    It’s important to understand your child’s growth and development – physical changes such as height and weight, developmental milestones like speech, as well as emotional and behavioral changes. Your child’s well-child check is the perfect time to discuss your concerns and ask questions of your primary care physician.
  • Primary Care

    Your primary health care provider diagnoses and treats both acute and chronic illnesses. He or she can also help you stay healthy and protect you from illness, provide counseling teach you about your condition and manage your care. Your primary care doctor's practice may include various types of health professionals. Primary care doctors fall into two categories: family medicine and internal medicine. The biggest difference is internal medicine doctors focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases, where family medicine doctors focus on meeting the needs of the entire family and care for the whole person throughout his or her life - from birth to old age.

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