Irina Strelyuk is a board-certified naturopathic doctor. She is passionate about identifying and treating the root cause of complex chronic illness. Her practice is rooted in the concept that the human body has an innate ability to heal itself when given the right circumstances. She views healing as a journey and believes illness can serve as a catalyst for transformation and personal growth.
As a holistic doctor, Dr. Strelyuk draws from a variety of treatment modalities and healing systems including naturopathy, biological medicine, eastern and western medicine, homeopathy and bioenergy medicine. She practices medicine from the viewpoint that disease surfaces from dysfunction of the physical, mental, emotional, energetic and/or spiritual aspects of the body and looks to restore health and wellbeing by guiding individuals to establish balance and harmony in each of these levels. Ultimately, she believes that in order to reverse chronic illness one must explore more than just the physical level.
She approaches treatment in layers and uses autonomic response testing (ART), remotely and in office, to identify the areas and issues that need to be addressed first. Additionally, with the use of ART she is able to identify which treatment(s) are best suited for each individual at that particular moment in time.
Dr. Strelyuk received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Washington in 2005. While studying psychology, she became interested in the mind-body connection. Several months after graduation she discovered naturopathic medicine through which she was able to optimize her own health. She became interested in this type of medicine and a couple of years later made the decision to formally study naturopathic medicine to build a foundation that would allow her to treat the whole person and incorporate her interest in mind-body medicine into her practice. She earned her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in 2014. Since then she has practiced at integrative medical clinics mainly treating adult patients with chronic illness.
A typical patient Dr. Strelyuk sees is someone who has already seen several doctors and specialists. A person with relatively normal lab results that do not match the long list of symptoms they are experiencing. She also has experience working with people who tend to be more sensitive to various treatments including herbs, supplements, and homeopathic remedies.
Dr. Strelyuk has received postdoctoral training in autonomic response testing, biotherapeutic drainage, European biological medicine, intravenous (IV) therapy, neural therapy, treatment of vector-borne illnesses caused by parasites, viruses, and bacteria, non-antibiotic based therapies for Lyme disease and co-infections, mold and mycotoxin illness, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, environmental medicine, identification of dental interference fields (including root canals, cavitations, and amalgam fillings), preparing the body pre- and post- dental procedures and surgeries, impact of personal and generation trauma on health and vitality. Dr. Strelyuk continues to seek out experts and thought leaders in her area of specialty in order to bring the most effective treatment methods and healing modalities to her patients.
When not working with patients, Dr. Strelyuk enjoys spending time in nature, enjoying the ocean and mountains, hiking, reading, listening to Podcasts in the health and wellness space, exploring the globe and also just doing a whole lot of nothing at home. She is fascinated by the human capacity to grow and discover new parts of themselves and actively pursues this in her personal life.
1629 Queen Anne Ave N, Ste 104 Seattle, WA 98109
Bastyr University, Seattle
Complex Chronic Illness, Mold and Mycotoxin Illness, Vector-Borne Illness, Immune Dysfunction, Health Optimization