About Dr. Lindsey Harding

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Dr. Lindsey Harding is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor providing general medical services with an emphasis in mental health, endocrinology, gastroenterology, and nutrition. She received her medical degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. 

 

Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Harding received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, where she began her studies in botanical medicine. Her attendance in Ayurvedic classes sparked her interested in Naturopathic Medicine.

Dr. Harding's clinic location in Seattle is a shared location with Positive Touch Medicine. Dr. Harding also provides TeleMedicine appointments for residents of Washington and TeleHealth services across the U.S. 

 

The Summit: Naturopathic Medical Clinic, PLLC is named for Dr. Harding's love of mountains and the outdoors. Her practice focuses on promoting quality AND longevity of life. Emphasizing preventative medicine with a goal of reaching optimal health for each individual. By working towards optimal health, she strives for her patients to achieve the best possible results not only in health but in their personal endeavors. This is The Summit's goal for each individual - helping you reach your peak.

 Training
 Philosophy

The body has an innate ability to heal itself. As a physician, her goal is to provide individualized therapeutic and preventative strategies to promote the body's own ability to heal for ultimate vitality. Dr. Harding emphasizes the importance of mind-body medicine. Focusing on mental and brain health while simultaneously addressing what is happening in the body.

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine | 2017

International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals

Completion of course | 2017

Kinesio Taping 
Level I, II, and III training completed through Kinesio International | 2016

Applied Kinesiology 

Certified | 2015

Bachelors of Arts in Psychology

University of Massachusetts | 2011