Dr. Dunn

Stacy Dunn, ND, MSOM, FABNO

Dr. Stacy Dunn is available to care for you during Dr Neubauer’s maternity leave. Dr Dunn is visiting from Eugene, where she practices at the Clinic of Natural Medicine.

Dr. Dunn is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a
Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. She studied both Naturopathic and Chinese medicine
at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon,the oldest accredited naturopathic medical college in North America  and one of the leading institutions in natural health education.  After completing the six-year graduate program, she received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. Dr. Dunn also holds additional board certification in naturopathic oncology.

While Dr. Dunn’s clinical practice includes adults and children with many chronic and uncommon conditions, she has significant experience with integrative cancer care, women’s health, and fertility.  Dr. Dunn believes strongly in the body’s inherent ability to heal and she works alongside her patients, encouraging them to take an active role in their health. She combines her diverse background and experience with tools and wisdom from the East and West, providing truly holistic health care. Her practice incorporates many effective therapies including clinical nutrition, homeopathy, Chinese and western herbal medicine, and acupuncture.

Dr. Dunn’s career encompasses both private and hospital-based practice.  She has worked with Cancer Treatment Centers of America as a Naturopathic Oncology Provider, collaborating directly with medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, hospitalists, nursing staff, psychologists and dietitians to improve patient safety and quality of life.  She most recently served as the Director of Acupuncture for Pulling Down the Moon in Chicago, IL, one of the first multidisciplinary, holistic practices dedicated to fertility and pregnancy.

Dr. Dunn and her husband James have two daughters, and time outside of her practice is spent with family – cooking, traveling, learning, and exploring.