Dr. Rosia Parrish, ND
is a naturopathic doctor offering naturally-focused medicine to patients of all ages, backgrounds and medical conditions. Common conditions Dr. Parrish treats range from common colds and flus to chronic pain and chronic illness. Examples of conditions Dr. Parrish works with include: acne, allergies, arthritis, asthma, cancer, digestive disorders, fatigue, GERD, weight management, sleep disorders, PMS, hormonal challenges, stress, addiction, depression, anxiety, migraines, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and HIV. Dr. Parrish enjoys co-managing care with other medical providers and specialists for patients with chronic or severe illness.
Dr. Parrish graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle, one of the leading naturopathic medical schools in the country, and received a four-year Doctor in Naturopathic Medicine degree. While there, Dr. Parrish helped run six clinics that served low-income and homeless communities in the Seattle area at Integrated Care Outreach (formerly Alternative Healthcare Access Campaign), providing naturopathic medicine and acupuncture to reduce barriers and increase accessibility to holistic health care.
Dr. Parrish received many awards and scholarships for her academic achievements and civic engagement in community health. Before attending naturopathic medical school, Dr. Parrish worked for over a decade in HIV clinical research in Colorado, Argentina, Mexico City and Washington, DC.
Prior to joining Boulder Natural Health, Dr. Parrish worked as a Naturopathic Doctor at Nature Doc J, under the guidance of Dr. Janine Malcolm, ND, LAc. Dr. Parrish also did a 3-year medical preceptorship at Emerald City Clinic, and also did an extra 1,000 hours of clinical preceptoring at clinics ranging from naturopathic family practice, pediatric orthopedics, and chronic pain biofeedback at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Denver Health’s Emergency Department, and clinics focusing on addiction medicine, Lyme disease, IBS, gynecology, integrative oncology and community health. Furthermore, she co-managed patients at Bastyr Center for Natural Health for over 1,100 hours, working on clinical shifts ranging from primary care, physical medicine, counseling, adolescent medicine, community health, HIV and immune wellness, chronic pain, Trans* health, mind-body medicine, homeopathy, women’s health, geriatric care and oncology (cancer) medicine.