Dr. Aaron Morris
I have been a practicing Naturopathic Physician since 2010 and earned my degree from Bastyr University. Since the first day of practice I have continually grown a deeper sense of respect and understanding for naturopathic medicine. Being a general practice physician allows care to extend all the way from pre-conception counseling to geriatric medicine. It is not uncommon for four generations of one family to be in my treatment room at once!
I find that the most rewarding aspect of my practice is to facilitate healing through motivating positive change. That is to help bring into balance the health of the physical, emotional, and spiritual body. I have been fortunate to have many mentors on my path to becoming a physician. As a child, I had the privilege of growing up around Dr. Bastyr. We spent many weekends together harvesting botanical medicines, and tending to his garden and orchard on capital hill. He exemplified humility, wisdom, and trust with is patients. These are traits that I aim to carry into each day of practice. I am fortunate to have shared the practice for 8 years with my father, Dr. Steve Morris, who has been an incredible mentor and pioneer in the field of natural medicine.
Nutrition and lifestyle management are the cornerstone to any treatment plan, as the healing capacity of the individual relies on proper digestion, elimination, and an overall sense of wellbeing. I utilize many treatment modalities in my practice including botanical medicine, physical medicine, orthomolecular medicine, intravenous therapeutics, and neural prolotherapy. Before beginning any therapy it is important to establish a clear understanding of the underlying cause of the condition. This is accomplished through a complete medical intake, physical examination and lab analysis.
In my free time I enjoy snowboarding, fishing, kiteboarding, gardening, making pottery and spending time with family and friends.
All things are connected. Whatever befalls the earth, befalls the sons and daughters of the earth. Man did not weave the web of life; he is
merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”