Samantha Evans, ND
Education & Experience
Dr. Samantha Evans received her undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology and Chemistry Western New England College in Massachusetts. She went on to pursue a position as a phlebotomist which sparked an interest in chronic disease. It was there that she decided to pursue a medical degree at Bastyr University.
While studying at Bastyr, she developed an attraction to Naturopathic Neurology and studied under two other neurological specialists: Dr. Marco Vespignani and Dr. Laurie Mischley. She spent time as a research assistant in Parkinson’s Disease for Dr. Mischley, volunteering for Parkinson’s support groups and observing patients diagnosed with a wide range of neurological conditions with Dr. Marco. While completing her residency with them she developed a passion for the brain and gut connection as it pertains to health and wellbeing and now focuses her practice on that.
Dr. Evans individualizes her medical and physical treatments for each patient based on research, patient preference and traditional therapies.
More than anything, Dr. Evans strives to help patients understand what may be happening in their bodies. She finds that the better a patient can understand what is happening with their body, the more empowered they become and the more likely they are to take action on their health.
- Gastrointestinal support in Parkinson’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Gastrointestinal health
- Visceral Manipulation
- Craniosacral Therapy