Dr. Meghan Sperandeo-Fruge received her undergraduate degree in biological sciences in 2003 from McNeese State University in Louisiana, with a minor in chemistry. While studying at National College of Natural Medicine (now NUNM) she completed a six-month mentorship in cardiovascular and pulmonary medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Sperandeo-Fruge was selected for a competitive teaching residency position at NUNM, where she spent two years teaching students and mentoring with a variety of naturopathic physicians. She is now a clinical supervisor at NUNM Health Center–Beaverton, teaching students clinical skills while conducting patient visits in a primary care setting.
Dr. Sperandeo-Fruge also practices privately at The Center for Men’s and Women’s Urology in Gresham, Ore. There, she focuses her practice on a wide range of urology conditions in an integrative setting. She is also a trained holistic pelvic care provider, and has a passion for women’s health.