Dr. Knutson has a doctorate degree of Naturopathic Medicine and a masters degree in Acupuncture from Bastyr University. Following graduation, she traveled to China to complete additional training and completed an internship at Reijin Medical Hospital of Shanghai.
Dr. Knutson has completed over 2000 hours in clinical training including:
- Primary Care Medicine/Family Medicine, Bastyr Center for Natural Health, Seattle, WA
- Family Medicine and Pediatrics internship, Emerald City Naturopathic Clinic
- Venture Grant Recipient from Bastyr University to Biomedical Hoxsey Clinic Internship
- Public Health clinical rotation, Kent, WA
- Women’s Homeless Wellness Shelter, Seattle, WA
- Sombrero Club Member with Mentors Dr. Bruce Milliman and Dr. Esteban Ryciak, Seattle, WA
- Diabetes Medical rotation, Seattle, WA
- Environmental Medicine Rotation, Seattle, WA
Dr. Knutson has also completed advanced training in postpartum depression, lactation management, pediatrics, IV therapies, craniosacral therapies neural therapy, biopuncture, visceral manipulation, Ultralow Dose Allergy Treatments, and women’s health.
She enjoys treating the whole family and her interests and areas of specialization include:
- Perinatal and Postpartum mood disorders
- Stress related illnesses
- Autoimmune Disorders
- Women’s health
- Orthopedic, injuries, and muscular complaints
- Digestive Health
- Acute illnesses
- Chronic illnesses
- Preventative medical care
- In-house Blood Draws with Lab
- Nutritional IV Therapy
Professional Affiliations include:
- American Association of Naturopathic Physicians
- Certified as Diplomate of The National Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians
- Guest speaker for local retirement centers including Harbour Pointe Retirement Center, Evergreen Medical Center, and local women’s groups.
Dr. Knutson also holds a BA in Botany of Medicine from The University of Washington, Seattle WA. She lives in Bothell with her husband daughter Ruby, and vivacious French Bulldog Norma.