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Waiting List Closed

As of late April 2024 we are not accepting new patients nor do we have an open waiting list. 

We have had an explosion of interest in naturopathic care locally that has our practice bursting with current and new patients. In an effort to control the flow of those coming in, while also maintaining the same quality of care that patients thrive in (and have raved about for years), we made the decision to temporarily close our waiting list. 

We do hope to be accepting new patients by the end of 2024. Please check back on this page later in the year as our application process will be re-launched and available when we are ready to see new patients again. 

We’re so glad that you stopped by our page as this means you are likely taking a big, brave step towards making changes in your life and habits to be a healthier you. Congratulations to you! 

If you would like to stay in touch with Dr. Watts, and be one of the first to know when the waiting list is back open, please subscribe to our newsletter. 

We would still like to be of help to you, even if from afar. Here’s a couple ideas from Dr. Watts to get you started.

  1. Join our newsletter for office updates but also to receive health tidbits, stories, and connection with Dr. Watts.
  2. If you have a primary care provider, do check in with them for a yearly screening physical and bloodwork. If you have specific health concerns, be sure to bring those to their attention. If you do not have a primary care physician, it’s a good time to get established with one as they fill a very specific role that Dr. Watts cannot. 
  3. Dr. Watts is a firm believer that the food you eat can either be your best form of medicine or it could be the root cause of your health concerns. Keeping a food journal for even a week can sometimes help you to notice patterns in what you eat and how you feel. Log each meal, in detail, for a week. Log any symptoms that occur throughout the week and the timing of them. Take note of any patterns: perhaps you noticed more fatigue following sugary meals, or more heartburn after a dairy-rich treat. And always, emphasize as many whole foods, foods from the Earth, and foods without a label or package as you can.
  4. Take note of your environment: we live in a time that’s exponentially more toxic than our ancestors ever experienced. What are you putting onto your body, around your body, and into your body? If you read labels on hygiene products, cleaning products, detergents, and even food, and see ingredients that you can’t pronounce, then there’s a good chance your body won’t recognize those chemicals either. Ditch them and find alternatives; the shorter the ingredient list the better.
  5. In almost every case that Dr. Watts sees there is a root cause of stress intertwined into it. This is not to say that you need to lead a life that’s stress-free; that’s not likely possible for most! When your mind/body/spirit is under duress, many other aspects of health (sleep, energy, hormone balance, digestion, and neurotransmitter production) will actually be put on the back burner until that stress is dealt with.
    Find safety for your mind, for your body, for your spirit, in whatever form that works best for you (life coaching, therapy, meditation, church, Bible study, hobbies, social time with loved ones). If you don’t know what works best, now is a great time to do some exploration. Truly, this is medicine, too!

Hoping that this list gives you some areas to focus on until we can meet in person. Thanks for your interest and we will see you in the future! 


Areas Of Specialty

Dr. Watts works to understand the root cause to chronic health concerns and sees a variety of conditions, some of the most common being:

  • Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • POTS
  • EBV/CMV, post-viral recovery
  • GERD
  • IBS
  • IBD (Crohn’s/Ulcerative Colitis)
  • Food sensitivities/Leaky Gut
  • Microbiome imbalances (bacterial/yeast overgrowth), SIBO
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Adrenal dysfunction
  • Ailments from chronic stress
  • Anxiety
  • Mood disorders
  • Insulin Resistance/Obesity/Cholesterol/Blood pressure
  • Hormone imbalances, irregular cycles
  • PMS
  • PCOS
  • Endometriosis
  • Mold Literacy Course Completion and Certification through Dr. Jill Crista


  • University of Toledo Graduate, Bachelor’s Degree, 2006

  • Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe AZ Graduate 2010

  • Preceptorship with Dr. MaryK Geyer, 2010 – 2011

  • Active Medical License, Naturopathic Physician, State of Arizona 2010 – Present

  • Founder of Toledo Naturopathic, 2011

  • To learn more about Dr. Watts’s education and training, click here.


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