Hi! I’m passionate at helping patients that are not receiving results from traditional medicine. I want you to know there are more solutions than your prescription drugs. I want to empower you with knowledge, testing, and natural treatments to make positive changes in your health. Does that sound like what you are looking for?
Growing up in an area surrounded by chemical companies and farming, I became aware of the health implications at an early age. Natural Medicine was not emphasized in Texas, however my mom took me to a naturopath. I didn’t know what to expect since it was so different than my other doctors. My initial exposure peaked my interest for a new lifestyle. During medical school, I lost my brother to a brain tumor which created a fixation on studying environmental medicine. I focus my continuing education in the field of environmental medicine. Our environmental exposures play a role in autism, autoimmune diseases, cancer and chronic conditions. Prevention is key to staying healthy, sadly we often need more intervention than the basics (eating well, exercise, sleep, and water). My desire is to empower you with information so that you can make choices for your own health!
The Inland Northwest has proven to be one of my favorite areas to go camping and kayaking with my family. The beautiful landscaping in Spokane yards is spectacular. I am always amazed by Manito Parks gardens and I can’t believe it is free. Sandpoint is my favorite small town that feels so Americana with the best 4th of July celebration ever.
I’m a foodie and I love Texas Fajitas. Did you know you really can’t get them outside of TX? They are not the same at all. BBQ is another top contender on my list. I always took Texas BBQ for granted until I went to medical school in Arizona. I am like a big kid and I love going to Schlitterbahn in the summer and tubing the river. Big Bend has a special place in my heart and I love making late fall or winter trips out west.
Dr. Julie George is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. She attended The University of Texas San Antonio to receive her B.S. Biology. She is a licensed naturopathic physician in the state of Washington. Before moving to Spokane, WA, she owned an operated Sunstone Natural Health and co-owned The Sedona Cleanse. She even received Doctor of The Year in Texas. Dr. George did advanced Environmental Medicine Post Doctorate training with the late Dr. Walter Crinnion. She attends various conferences to gain knew knowledge for her patients.
521 N Argonne Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99212, USA
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences
Telehealth & Telemedicine, Naturopathic medicine, clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, detoxification, and immunology.