Peninsula Natural Health Center is honored to announce and welcome Oksana Mulyukova, N.D. to Peninsula Natural Health Center in Gig Harbor, Washington. Our commitment to provide premier compassionate healthcare in a warm environment begins with our providers and administrative staff. We believe in stewardship in the work environment so that when you walk through our doors you know you are in a place of health and healing.
I would like to share with you some of the reasons we chose Oksana Mulyukova, N.D. to join myself, along with Steven Davis, N.D., Veronica Skedd, N.D., Kirsty Docken, EAMP, L.Ac., and Jennifer Townsend, LMP. Through my conversations with Oksana, I was immediately drawn to her contemplative wisdom, her kindness and her passion for providing quality primary care naturopathic medicine. I also appreciate that she speaks fluent Russian, so as to improve access to naturopathic care to those who seek complimentary medicine services. She is also currently enrolled in a Masters in Acupuncture program at Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine. Combining Eastern and Western perspectives in medicine is wonderfully integrative for both practitioner and patient alike.
In addition to primary care naturopathic medicine, Dr. Mulyukova currently focuses on pediatric care, physical body work, hydrotherapy and neural therapy. Other modalities that she regularly employs include botanical medicine, nutritional counseling and supplementation.Dr. Mulyukova received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington. She also graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She also received a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature from Bukhara State University in Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
It is with great honor and pleasure that I introduce to you, Dr. Oksana Mulyukova, N.D. and warmly welcome her to Peninsula Natural Health Center!
In health and happiness,
Anna Colombini, N.D.
President, Medical Director