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New doc at Sandy Rose Natural Health posted on 12/01/2020

Rose Natural Health expanded its’ healthcare practice in November with the addition of a second physician, Dr. Kurt Beil.

Dr. Beil joins the practice’s founder Dr. Elizabeth Busetto in offering holistic, natural healthcare to the residents of Sandy and the Mount Hood communities.

“I work extensively with people with chronic diseases: endocrine, digestive, thyroid issues, as well as mental health, stress and joint and muscle pain,” Dr. Beil said.

Dr. Beil is a naturopathic doctor and licensed acupuncturist who has been practicing medicine since 2006. He recently returned to Oregon at the beginning of 2020 after practicing in New York for five years and currently resides in Welches.

As a fully trained and licensed physician in Oregon, Dr. Beil treats a range of health conditions and offers diagnostic and laboratory testing services to patients as well as natural treatment options.

“In my new role at the practice I’ll provide a focus more on men’s health issues,” Beil added, explaining Dr. Busetto offers an array of prenatal and young family services.

Dr. Beil studied at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, where he received Naturopathic (ND) and Classical Chinese Medicine (MSOM) degrees. He obtained a Master's of Public Health (MPH) degree from the Oregon Master of Public Health program before returning to his alma mater to teach and conduct research as a faculty member.

Dr. Beil focused his research on the effects of natural and built environments on physical and mental health. During his tenure in Portland he worked with community nonprofits to promote the parks, trails and natural areas of the metropolitan region as a public health resource.

The two doctors originally met in school, started dating and are now working together.

“We’re life partners, romantic partners,” Dr. Beil said, noting the pair had recently gone hiking in the Columbia River Gorge at the site of their first date. “We have our life together here in the region.”

Rose Natural Health is located at 38953 Pioneer Blvd. in Sandy and offers services Monday through Friday by appointment only. The office can be reached by phone at (503) 954-3676. More information about the services provided as well as scheduling appointments for new patients can be found online at www.rosenaturalhealth.com.

Rose Natural Health accepts both Moda Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance.

By Ben Simpson/MT




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