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Dr. Steve


After over 30 years of clinical practice, Dr. Steve Morris is now retired from Mukilteo Natural Health Clinic. Dr. Steve graduated from Bastyr University in 1986 and was fortunate to study and practice under John Bastyr, ND, DC, founder of Bastyr University, for one year following graduation. His successful practice is primarily devoted to pediatric medicine and the treatment of chronic degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and other auto immune conditions. Dr. Morris has been working with Robert Anderson, MD, co-founder and past president of the American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA), since 1988. This unique complementary collaboration of a holistic allopathic doctor and a naturopathic doctor is unparalleled. 

Since 1994, Dr. Morris has traveled to many parts of the world teaching and studying Botanical Medicine with James Duke, PhD, head of Economic Botany for the USDA for 30 years. Dr. Duke, Dr. Morris, and Shaman, Antonio Montero Pisco, co-created the Amazon Ethno Botanical Gardens on the Napo River in Peru. Dr. Morris has taught botanical medicine in Peru, Costa Rica, Russia, Ukraine, Kenya, Tanzania, Belize, Equador, and New Zealand. He has published papers in the AHMA Journal, New Age Journal, Journal of Naturopathic Medicine and The Townsend letter for Doctors and has contributed to these books: “Thriving”, “Sinus Survival”, and “The Complete Self Care Guide to Holistic Medicine”. 

Dr. Morris has incorporated his passion for natural medicinals, agriculture and animals by farming certified organically grown medicines on his Whidbey Island, WA farm with the use of his “Shire” draft horses. Dr. Morris is also an avid beekeeper. Being a devoted father and mentor for his children holds the highest priority. 

Dr. Morris holds degrees in Agronomy and Soil Sciences, Human Health Sciences, and Nutrition. He was a board member of the Seattle Midwifery College and the AHMA. Currently he is on the board of directors for the Student Rainforest Fund and Global Links, and holds a professional membership in American Herbalist Guild (AHG). His sons, Aaron & Shawn are currently in practice as Naturopathic doctors, and his other son Dylan is studying Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University.

Passion for herbal medicine

Botanical medicine has been used as an effective treatment modality throughout human history. Our doctors are well trained in the art of botanical medicine and use this modality to address a wide range of ailments. We use the highest quality organic, non-gmo tinctures and botanical supplements to help bring health and vitality to the patient.

Education and teaching

Doctor Steve received his training in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University. Doctor Steve has served as adjunct professor at Bastyr University teaching Naturopathic Philosophy and Ethnobotany. He has also taught botanical medicine and ethnobotany to Naturopathic and Pharmacy students in the Amazon Rainforest, Belize, Costa Rica and Equador. He enjoys giving lectures in his community on a variety of topics related to health, wellness, and prevention of disease.

Approach to childrens healthcare

We offer a common sense approach to pediatric healthcare including visits and well child exams. Our treatment plans follow the therapeutic order utilizing the least invasive therapy first. Although resolution of ailments is usually accomplished through natural modalities, our physicians have the ability to prescribe if need be.

Product recommendations

We recommend products that are held to the highest standards of purity and potency, all of which are third party tested. Products include tinctures, nutraceuticals, amino acids and topical preparations.

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