Wholesome Family Medicine 

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Our family at Mesa Arch, Canyonlands in Southern Utah in Dec. 2014

Naturopathic Primary Care Physician in Klamath Falls

About Us

​​Vision statement:

Building health from the inside out. 


Mission statement:

To offer compassionate, holistic, and exceptional health care in a family friendly



Are you looking for a primary care physician in Klamath Falls, Oregon? Dr. Blevins is

pleased to have joined Klamath Women's Clinic to provide care for all ages and genders

with an emphasis on whole family care. Dr. Blevins practices functional medicine, which

means that she will not just treat the symptoms of disease, but rather she will be a

diligent health detective to help patients get to the root cause of their ailment. If you are

seeking naturopathic medicine in Klamath Falls, Dr. Blevins is here for you. 


A naturopathic doctor (ND) is a physician who has completed a 4 year accredited

Naturopathic Medical professional program after completing their Bachelor's degree

and medical pre-requisites. During these 4 years students are trained in all the

medical sciences, naturopathic treatment modalities, and patient interaction.

An ND takes the time to develop wholesome partnerships with their patients to help them optimize health and to work towards finding  the root cause of disease. NDs utilize a broad spectrum of tools including botanical medicine, physical medicine, homeopathy,

nutritional supplements and diet, minor surgery, and are also trained in conventional pharmacology to be used when the case requires it.

NDs work both as specialists in conjunction with other physicians and as family doctors providing primary care. 


Naturopathic physicians follow the tenants of Naturopathic Medicine. 


The six tenets of Naturopathic Medicine:

     1. First Do No Harm

     2. Identify and Treat the Cause

     3. The Healing Power of Nature

     4. Treat the Whole Person

     5. Doctor as Teacher

     6. Prevention


Dr. Blevins is a board certified Naturopathic Physician and is a graduate of the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon which is the oldest board accredited institution of Naturopathic Medicine in the United States.  Before medical school Dr. Blevins attended Southern Oregon University and obtained a B.S. in Biology with Biomedical Science emphasis and a minor in Chemistry along with a B.S. in Music with bassoon as her primary instrument. Dr. Blevins was born and raised in Moab, UT where she still keeps close ties. 


In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her husband and son who keep life eternally entertaining.

She also enjoys gardening, camping and hiking, playing and listening to music, and traveling.