A naturopath specializes in a distinct system of health care called naturopathic medicine, which uses the healing power of nature to maintain and restore health. With a focus on whole-body wellness, naturopaths use natural, non-toxic therapies to help support normal metabolism, boost the body’s immune system, reduce side effects and strengthen the body’s ability to heal itself.
Rose is currently on staff at Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
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Rose Paisley takes great pride in her profession – one that inspires health through education, positive change, personal growth, and sophisticated medicine rooted in nature cure.
Naturopathy allows Rose to actualize preventative health care.
Since her graduation from National College of Natural Medicine in 2002, Rose practiced as a primary care physician at Nature Cures Clinic in Portland, Oregon. Her naturopathic family medical practice addressed many needs in the areas of endocrinology, gynecology, pediatrics, physical medicine, gastroenterology, and detoxification. She continues to see clients in Philadelphia as well as offers remote consultations via phone and skype.
- Licensed primary care provider in the Sate of Oregon
- Received the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (N.D.) degree from a naturopathic medical school accredited by the Council for Naturopathic Medical Education
- A member of Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
- A member of Pennsylvania Association of Naturoapthic Physicians
Rose was born in California and was always inspired by the joy of being active outdoors. She discovered her passion to study the human body early on in high school and now has over 10 years of training in Health Sciences. After receiving her Bachelors Degree in pre-med from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, she attended naturopathic medical school at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington and completed her degree at National College of Natural Medicine, Portland, Oregon in 2002.
With a deep love of travel and adventure, Rose complimented her education with six weeks of study in Borneo. She assisted a medical team through villages along the Baram River, attended a rotation at a Hospital in Marudi, studied ethnobotany and plant medicine in the company of her host family in a Kayan Village and attended an international conference on the challenges of providing rural health care. Upon returning, her work abroad resulted in the development of three courses: Spirituality and Medicine, Traditional Medicine in the Baram, and Rural Health Care. Three subjects that she feels very strongly about today.
Rose attends a minimum of 50 hours of continuing education per year in areas that enhance her expertise in integrated medicine. She is most passionate about family medicine including pediatric and women’s health, oncology, digestive function, prevention and wellness education, detoxification and physical fitness.
Rose loves nature, adventure, flavor and any opportunity to celebrate. She seeks to contribute to an inspiring social environment and is passionate about integrated health education. She is committed to empowering her clients and her community in a variety of settings such as public speaking engagements, teaching health and wellness professionals, corporate wellness programs, holistic health plan development and detoxification programs. She is a board member of Culture Medicine, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing naturopathic medical clinics and health education to international and local communities.
Rose attributes her love of life and infectious laughter to her amazing family, including her husband Greg and two beautiful daughters, Lola and Viva. Her hobbies include surfing, biking, yoga, gardening, and living authentically with an open heart and mind.