The doctors at Evergreen Natural Medicine will work with you collaboratively by listening to your full health history and addressing your specific health concerns. They will evaluate your symptoms, lab work, medical history, and healthcare goals to create individualized treatment plans. In addition, they are integrative healthcare practitioners that utilize herbal medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, supplements, prescription medications, and various forms of manual therapy to improve your health and wellbeing.
Michele Bartlett, ND
Dr. Bartlett’s primary interest lies in treating chronic conditions for which patients have had little success with other medical interventions. She has experience treating a wide variety of autoimmune diseases (Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Sjogren’s, Lupus, PMR, and Scleroderma), neurodegenerative diseases such as MS and dementia, chronic infections (such as COVID long haul, Lyme disease, and EBV), POTs, Heavy Metal Toxicity, ADD and Autism, and various stages of cancer. She also regularly tests for and helps patients to resolve a variety of GI conditions including chronic heartburn, IBS, SIBO, Crohn’s disease, various forms of colitis, and food sensitivities. Dr. Bartlett believes that food is our first form of medicine and uses dietary interventions to treat these health conditions as well as mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression. She has advanced training in IV therapy, functional medicine, and environmental medicine. She approaches her patients with an open heart, provides them with treatments and tools to support ongoing wellbeing, and leaves them with a sense of hope for a healthier future.
Dr. Bartlett has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry, a Master’s Degree in Chemistry, and completed her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine. She has an extensive scientific background and was an engineer and chemistry professor prior to becoming a physician. She strives to stay on top of the latest research and emerging therapies in order to provide comprehensive, compassionate, and effective healthcare solutions.
When Dr. Bartlett is not researching various conditions and treatments or helping patients, she enjoys reading, cooking, gardening, and a rural life with her husband, children, and four legged family members.
Bethel Flores, ND
Dr. Flores is a licensed Naturopathic Physician and Mold Specialist who is most passionate about women’s healthcare, hormone balancing, mold and biotoxin illness, chronic viral infections, cardiovascular health and autoimmune diseases.
She uses an integrative approach to treating hormone imbalances including the use of natural therapies, bio-identical hormones, and lifestyle recommendations. She has experience with treating many common conditions including peri-menopausal and menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, low libido, and insomnia. Additionally, she has a strong background in treating PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), infertility, painful menses, PMS, irregular periods, and endometriosis. She has also developed numerous effective treatments for adrenal and thyroid conditions, including adrenal fatigue, hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Grave’s and Addison’s Disease.
Her practice has a strong emphasis on improving cardiac function and blood sugar regulation. Through in-depth blood analysis, Dr. Flores helps patients to improve blood pressure, balance cholesterol, and achieve blood sugar control. Along with genetic testing, she uses targeted, proven natural and conventional therapies to lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and dementia.
With an interest in addressing GI disorders, Dr. Flores enjoys helping patients uncover hidden food allergies and sensitivities, treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), and intestinal dysfunction. In many cases, she utilizes specific testing to look for intestinal inflammation, pathogenic bacteria, yeast, and parasites.
Dr. Flores is a Certified Mold-Literate Practitioner through the mold certification course from Dr. Jill Crista, author of Break the Mold © 2018. Dr. Flores has also studied the work and protocol of Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker as well as many other contemporary practitioners in the field. When evaluating and treating patients affected by indoor mold and/or biotoxins, she may utilize urine mycotoxin testing, specific blood inflammation markers, stool analysis, micronutrient level measurement, genetic testing and more. Treatment draws on her background in botanical medicine, nutrition, knowledge of detoxification systems, hormone balancing, and application of findings from genetic analysis. Guiding patients into wellness and improving their quality of life brings Dr. Flores the greatest joy in practicing medicine.
Sabra Royer, ND
Dr. Sabra Royer provides comprehensive naturopathic care with a focus on women’s health. She combines naturopathic principles with an evidence-based approach to address a wide array of common women’s health concerns including: menopause and perimenopause, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, irregular periods, PCOS, preconception support, infertility, Hashimoto’s and thyroid disorders, adrenal dysfunction, chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
Dr. Royer is passionate about providing individualized care to women during menopause and perimenopause. She is well-versed in prescribing bioidentical hormone therapy and also utilizes non-hormonal therapies depending on each person’s needs and goals. She uses a whole-body approach to address common symptoms of menopause including hot flashes, vaginal dryness, fatigue, poor mood, and sleep changes.
She also provides pelvic floor therapy for women. This treatment can help address an array of issues such as urinary incontinence (leakage), interstitial cystitis, prolapse, pelvic pain, pain with sex, and postpartum recovery. She received training from both Tami Kent, MSPT and Herman & Wallace Institute, and combines these two methods to incorporate a holistic approach with conventional physical therapy techniques.
Dr. Royer always works to address the foundations of health including nutrition, movement, emotional wellness, and sleep. She is certified in CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia) and enjoys being able to offer this safe and effective therapy for chronic insomnia. As a physician, if there are underlying medical issues or functional imbalances contributing to poor sleep, she can identify and address these as well.
She grew up going to a naturopathic doctor since she was a young child, and is honored to provide holistic and compassionate care to others. She earned her undergraduate degree in Physiology at the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine. She completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at NUNM in 2015 where she then completed a teaching residency. Outside of her practice, she is a mother and enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the great outdoors.
Niki Carr, Nutritionist
Niki Carr is a Nutritionist with a Master of Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine. While she studied the healing properties in food and how the food we eat affects our health, she noticed many patients couldn’t make those vital changes to their diet without also addressing their relationship with food. Sometimes the pursuit of perfection and preoccupation with food caused so much stress that folks would avoid eating altogether or feel entirely out of control. Moved by this observation, Niki focuses her work on helping people find a harmonious balance with nutrition, through education on a foundation of gentle nutrition that includes a diverse range of enjoyable foods while also considering their unique health needs. With her empathetic and compassionate guidance, Niki equips her clients with tools to challenge and transform their perspectives on food and feel confident in making meal choices every day. Her approach blends together education, behavior change, practical food tips and encouragement.
She has experience working with many chronic illnesses that affect the way the body interacts with food – including diabetes (and other blood sugar balance struggles), high blood pressure, high cholesterol and dyslipidemia. She is well-versed in therapeutic diets like anti-inflammatory diets, autoimmune support, Mediterranean diet, paleo and vegan. She also assists patients with digestion difficulties, like gas, bloating, constipation, IBS, GERD and more. She works with those seeking to prevent disease, or are simply overwhelmed by the never-ending need to feed ourselves many times each day. She enjoys working with folks looking to break free of the diet mentality and make peace with food. She believes each and everybody deserves respectful and responsive medical care and she strives to offer care that is inclusive of all cultures, sizes, and abilities.
When she’s not helping people find clarity on which foods are best for their unique body and lifestyle, she enjoys stand-up paddleboarding, playing ukulele, doing arts and crafts, and playing board games with her family.