Dr. Angela Sadlon, ND
Dr. Angela E. Sadlon is an author, researcher, and licensed naturopathic doctor with a diverse background in science-based natural medicine. Originally from Pennsylvania, Dr. Sadlon received her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University prior to journeying west to study natural medicine at Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington. At Tahoma Clinic, Dr. Sadlon practices general and family medicine, with special interest in bio-identical hormone therapy, cancer prevention, environmental medicine, heavy metal toxicity, weight loss (finding the cause), disorders associated with aging (macular degeneration, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, etc.), autoimmune disease (Hashimoto’s, Celiac, Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc.), blood sugar disorders (hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, or blood sugar swings), digestive complaints (reflux, GERD, abdominal bloating, H. pylori, etc.) and feelings of fatigue, including adrenal fatigue. Dedicated to serving her patients with attentive, thorough consultations, utilizing key laboratory testing to find underlying causes of illness, and formulating customized treatment plans, she helps her patients achieve their goals of optimal health.
Prior to practicing at Tahoma Clinic, Dr. Sadlon was the holder of the Thorne Post-Doctoral Fellowship, working closely with Dr. Davis Lamson (Tahoma Clinic) and publishing three peer-reviewed articles published in “Alternative Medicine Review” (2010): • “Immune-Modifying and Antimicrobial Effects of Eucalyptus Oil and Simple Inhalation Devices” • “A Case of MRSA Controlled: Predisposing Factors and Immune Stimulation” • “The Vitamin C: Vitamin K3 System – Enhancers and Inhibitors of the Anti-Cancer Effect” Dr. Sadlon’s other written contributions are found in the 4th edition (2012) of the “Textbook of Natural Medicine” (Pizzorno, Murray). When not at the clinic, Dr. Sadlon enjoys spending the maximum amount of time possible with her husband, two children, two dogs and vegetable garden. For an appointment with Dr Sadlon, please contact us.