Julia Greenspan, ND
Dr Julia Greenspan treats people of all ages with a particular focus with tick borne disease, women’s health, naturopathic pediatrics, environmental medicine, and natural cancer support. She also has extensive experience treating autoimmune diseases, endocrine imbalance (menopause, PMS, adrenal, thyroid), gastrointestinal disorders, and metabolic diseases. She is specially trained in the use of intravenous therapies as a supportive treatment for many conditions as well as intravenous heavy metal chelation, (EDTA.)
Dr. Greenspan’s primary focus is in tick borne disease which she has been treating successfully for several years. She is skilled in blending conventional antibiotic therapy with natural medicine. She is highly experienced in the use of intravenous therapy for both conventional antibiotics and natural substances. She also is highly trained in herbal medicine protocols, clinical nutrition and homeopathy that are very helpful in moving through treatment with tick borne infection. On a personal note, Dr. Greenspan is also a Lyme disease patient which has given her a very unique perspective. She is a member of ILADS and follows their treatment guidelines/training. Her goal is to reduce/eliminate infection, enhance immunity, decrease inflammation, and enhance detoxification.
Dr. Greenspan founded Greenhouse Naturopathic Medicine in 2007. She currently serves as the chair of Naturopathic Board of Examiners for the state of New Hampshire and was voted one the Top Doctors 2011/2012 by New Hampshire Magazine Reader Polls. She has been featured as an expert on tick borne disease on NECN, WMUR, local talk radio, and featured in print in the Cabinet and Union Leader.
American Association of Naturopathic Physicians
New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors
International Lyme and Associated Disease Society (ILADS)
Laura Chan, ND LAc
Dr. Laura Chan is a licensed and nationally board certified Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist. Dr. Chan earned her BA in Medical Ethics from Brown University and went on to achieve her Masters in Acupuncture and Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. Prior to her time in medical school, Dr. Chan worked as a research assistant at the Osher Institute for Integrative Medicine at Harvard Medical School where she deepened her understanding of evidence based alternative medicine. She also lived abroad in China where she spent 4 months studying Traditional Chinese Medicine at Beijing University’s Medical School.
Dr. Chan began pursuing studies in Naturopathic medicine and Acupuncture because of her own personal health successes with natural medicine. During college, while preparing to apply to conventional medical school, Dr. Chan struggled with a variety of health concerns that proved difficult to diagnose and treat through conventional means. Finding no relief in the medical system she was most familiar with, she turned to a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist for help. The positive outcomes she experienced changed her life, as well as the course of her medical career. In less than six months, Dr. Chan felt healthy enough to pursue her dream of riding her bike across the country from Providence to Seattle.
Having also worked as an Emergency Medical Technician, Dr. Chan understands and appreciates the strengths of both natural and conventional approaches to medicine. She believes that Naturopathic medicine and acupuncture offer very safe and effective tools for achieving wellness and health where conventional treatments fall short.
When not at work, Dr. Chan enjoys cooking healthy food, practicing yoga and qi gong, rock climbing, hiking, learning to play the bass guitar, and laughing with friends and family.
Michelle Salob, ND
Dr. Michelle Salob is originally from NY and earned her BS from Cornell. She moved to Portland, OR in 1997 to attend the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and received a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and completed a 2 year residency in Naturopathic Family Practice. Following this, she was hired as a full time faculty member at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and earned the rank of Associate Professor. Michelle also has a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Yale’s Advanced Professionals Program. She specializes in community medicine and primary care practice, treating people of all ages, using the art and science of Naturopathic Medicine. She believes that treating the individual in the context of their community is vital, and that education is the greatest tool to help people return to health. She has treated tens of thousands of patients, earning awards for community service, clinical practice, and teaching, and has edited two text books. Michelle utilizes a broad range of modalities, including pharmaceuticals when necessary, and has gained extensive expertise in botanical medicine, homeopathy, and IV nutrition. She treats a large variety of conditions, both acute and chronic, and after working in a high volume walk in clinic for adolescents and young adults, can approach almost any condition with a holistic approach to care.
Lori Macey, RN
Lori has been a Registered Nurse for 25 years and is an experienced IV Therapist specializing in pediatric oncology. Lori has had many years of infusion experience with a local home infusion company and with a hospital IV team.
Lori graduated from St. Anne’s School of Nursing, Chicago, Illinois in 1985. She has worked in the hospital setting as a medical/surgical nurse as well as an IV therapist. She has also worked for the VNA in the past and migrated into home infusion in 1992 while living in Seattle, WA.
Lori joined Greenhouse Naturopathic Medicine in March 2012. She enjoys working with the variety of clients we treat at Greenhouse and is very happy to be a part of such a caring team of doctors and staff.