Tristin Wallace is currently awaiting her Naturopathic Doctor’s license in California. She is licensed in the state of Utah and is currently acting as a Naturopathic Assistant role here at Anatara Medicine specializing in supportive and transformative care for individuals with chronic illness and cancer.
Tristin Wallace pursued her naturopathic medical doctorate at the National University of Natural Medicine, the nation’s oldest, accredited Naturopathic institution. There, she accomplished rigorous Naturopathic education which first incorporates all conventional medical sciences, then expands into the natural healing curriculum. She earned her doctorate in 2007.
Naturopathic medical training defines integrative medicine.
Tristin Wallace is trained not only to prescribe pharmaceutical medications, but also expertly counsel in homeopathy, clinical nutrition, physical medicine, botanicals, intravenous therapies, and more.
Tristin Wallace’s foundation is in truly traditional natural medicine. Her practice was strengthened by her mentorship with Dr. Judy Peabody, whose integrity in service was honored by Portland City Commissioner Sam Adams for Outstanding Community Service in three Community Clinics. Under Dr. Peabody’s training, Tristin Wallace learned to address all manner of chronic pathology in circumstances challenging the efficacy of natural medicine. Having few resources, she nevertheless made medical miracles using her hands, water, homeopathy, nutritional counseling, judicious prescriptions, and a handful of donated botanical and natural supplements.
Tristin Wallace’s Medial Education
Tristin Wallace’s Naturopathic medical education was further inspired and enhanced by three years’ study in the science of Applied Kinesiology, a complex application of the Chiropractic method. To this day, she practices bodywork influenced by these cherished lessons in post-doctoral functional neurology via the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK). Through this medical science and practice, interrelationships between bodily systems instruct the practitioner to act toward the greatest benefit of the whole individual, while helping to focus the powerful healing modalities accessible in the broad training of the Naturopathic practitioner.
Tristin Wallace’s Additional Certifications
Since obtaining ICAK certification in Applied Kinesiology, Tristin Wallace has continued her practical training and earned additional certification and expertise. These include:
- Lyme and Lyme-like Illnesses
- Research Genetic Cancer Center (Greek) testing
- Dendritic Cell Therapy
- Mold Literacy
- Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapies
- Emotion Code
- Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation with Ozone
- Live and Dry Microscopy
- Dr. Bredesen’s Apollo ReCODE
- SIBO Mastery
- CranioSacral Therapy
- Oncology Nutrition
Tristin Wallace’s revolutionary approach to conditions such as Lyme and Lyme-Like Illnesses is drawn from many years of experience, including a two-year Associate Practice under Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, recipient of the 2007 Physician of Year Award from the Global Foundation of Integrative Medicine. Under Dr. Klinghardt’s instruction, Tristin Wallace developed and honed her expertise in treating chronic Lyme disease, autoimmune conditions, and other persistent syndromes using intravenous therapies, homeopathy, botanicals, nutrition, traditional Naturopathic medicine, physical medicine, and other tools in the Naturopathic, integrative approach.
Tristin Wallace recognizes the unsurpassed value of working as expert counsel to, rather than medical authority over, her clientele. Her motto and strongly held conviction is that “Good Health is Your Birthright.”
In her continued passion to treat the underlying causes of cancer and chronic illnesses, Dr. Wallace has most recently joined Anatara Medicine in San Francisco, where she has found a new home and is excited to be a member of the Team, learning from Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz as she looks forward to bringing her passion of naturopathic medicine and more to help care for the Anatara patients.