Dr. Bill Warnock, ND

Dr. William Warnock received his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr College of Medicine and his BS in Botany from the University of Washington. When he set up his practice in 1985, he was the first Naturopathic Doctor in Vermont.  He served as president of the Vermont Association of Naturopathic Physicians for many years, as well as the Executive Committee for Vermont Blueprint for Health.

Dr. Warnock is a family practitioner with expertise in treating childhood illnesses, obesity, and chronic debilitating diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, arthritis, and chronic fatigue, as well as preventive health. Although he will prescribe standard medications when needed, his first line of treatment is always natural products that support the body’s ability to stay healthy or heal itself. He uses homeopathic, anthroposophical, botanical, and nutritional therapies, as well as acupuncture and IV treatments.  He has extensive experience using mistletoe therapy as a complement to standard cancer treatment, as well as techniques for successful weight loss.

Dr. Warnock’s complementary approaches to cancer treatment.

Dr. Susan Jacobs, ND, LAc

Dr. Susan Jacobs is a leader in the field of naturopathic medicine where her broad-spectrum of knowledge blends Eastern and Western traditions of healing.  She loves working with women and children and has successfully treated many conditions, including chronic and acute pain, fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, insomnia, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, musculoskeletal pain, weight loss, addiction, thyroid conditions, chronic fatigue and attention deficit disorder.
Dr. Jacobs received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and Masters of Science in Acupuncture from Bastyr University, renowned for its cutting-edge curriculum, comprehensive clinical training and groundbreaking research.  She is licensed to practice acupuncture and Naturopathic Medicine in Vermont, and uses complementary and alternative medical therapies within mainstream medicine, which help improve the body’s intrinsic ability to heal and maintain itself.  Dr. Jacobs’ goals are to promote holistic care that bridges both conventional and natural medicine, advocate for patient’s rights and help patients achieve optimal health. In her spare time, she loves being outdoors with her husband and three children, especially hiking, camping, and organic gardening.

Dr. Choying Joyce Lee, ND

Dr. Choying Joyce Lee is a licensed naturopathic physician. Compassionate and energetic, she practices what she teaches. Her approach to healing is to assist the body's own natural ability to heal by removing any obstacle to health and vibrant living.
Dr. Lee sees chronic and acute patients of all ages with any type of complaint, and has a particular emphasis on digestive issues, endocrine disorders, genetic analytic methods, adjunctive care for cancer patients, physical and emotional imbalances and rejuvenation. Among the therapies she employs are dietary and lifestyle change, clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, flower essences, meditation, EFT, Craniosacral Therapy, and Qigong.
Dr. Lee received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the University Of Bridgeport College Of Naturopathic Medicine and completed her advanced training in classical homeopathy from the New England School of Homeopathy. Other specialty training includes Generative Medicine, Genotyping, and the Blood Type Diet with Dr. Peter D'Adamo. Prior to discovering her passion for healing, she graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Psychology. During her time at UVA, she worked as a research assistant in the Center for Behavior Medicine Research at UVA hospital and actively involved in various integrated medicine projects.
Dr. Lee is a committed practitioner of Chinese Zen Buddhism and the Karma Kagyu tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism. She enjoys teaching meditation in her spare time. Since 1995, she found her path to carry out selfless devotion to humanity. She now hopes to further carry out this devotion in Naturopathic Medicine. She loves helping others achieve their happiness and wellness goals, which brings harmony, balance, and vitality back into their lives.

Dr. Alison R. Maloof, ND

Dr. Alison R. Maloof is originally from Western Massachusetts. After spending time living and working in Florida, California, and the United Kingdom, she moved to Chicago, Illinois where she received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from National University of Health Sciences.
Since childhood, Dr. Maloof has had an interest in the healing arts, but it wasn’t until she started teaching yoga and doing extensive volunteer work that she found her way into medicine. She has a passion for helping others and for natural forms of medicine. Her experiences with backpacking and working as a trailblazer on the west coast expanded her appreciation for the beauty and benefits nature has to offer. This combined with her creative upbringing, learning various forms of art from her mother, such as painting and basket weaving, paved a road towards a love for naturopathic medicine.
Dr. Maloof is thrilled to be working in the beautiful state of Vermont. As a natural primary care physician, she works with chronic and acute conditions including: digestive concerns, endocrine disorders, women’s health issues, nutritional imbalances, food sensitivities, musculoskeletal conditions, anxiety, depression, and more. Dr. Maloof has a firm belief in finding the underlying cause of illness and working as a team with her patients to create the conditions for health.
In her spare time, Dr. Maloof enjoys yoga, meditation, hiking, folding origami animals, and skiing

Dr. Tara Pollock, ND

Dr. Tara Pollock received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine with honors from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Dr. Pollock’s practice is focused on primary care with special interest in chronic disease, autoimmune disorders, women’s health, and pediatrics. She is licensed to practice acupuncture in the state of Vermont and uses it as an adjunctive treatment for both acute and chronic conditions, as well as a way to stimulate the body’s ability to heal. Dr. Pollock treats each case individually and offers compassionate care that focuses on empowering the patient. She uses a variety of naturopathic modalities in treatment, including but not limited to: nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, and mind-body medicine. She is passionate about helping people find a way to feel their best so that they can live life to the fullest. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, yoga, dancing, cooking, and reading.