Jennifer Brusewitz, ND
Dr. Jennifer Brusewitz addresses her patients’ concerns by examining multiple facets of their well-being. “As a naturopathic doctor, my goal is to collaborate with patients in order to balance all areas of their lives.” Dr. Brusewitz bases her approach to treating patients on the foundational principle of naturopathic medicine known as Nature Cure, a philosophy that identifies the root cause of dysfunction and addresses obstacles to cure, and enlists the healing power of nature. Treatment modalities emphasize nutrition, plant medicine and homeopathy, as well as counseling patients regarding lifestyle elements.
Dr. Brusewitz graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, with a degree in history and studio art. She was drawn to naturopathic medicine after researching various alternative healing methods. “I was amazed by the comprehensive training naturopathic doctors receive, as well as the expansive approach to health. The potential for profound healing drew me in.”
Following her completion of a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine at National College of Naturopathic Medicine (now NUNM) in 2000, Dr. Brusewitz completed a two-year family practice residency at NUNM Health Centers. She is currently a supervising physician at NUNM Health Centers’ main and community clinics, and serves as academic faculty in the MScN and MSOM programs.
Women’s Health, Transgender Medicine, Pediatrics Nutritional Counseling, Chronic and Degenerative Conditions, Gastrointestinal Health
National College of Naturopathic Medicine, ND, 2000
- CLE811 & CLE709 Clinical Rotation
- GSN500 & GSN532 Nutrition Mentorship
- GSN531 Nutritional Counseling
- CM799 Nutrition