Philosophy & Approach to Care
Dr. Oberoi practices “practical” medicine. That means she works with patients to find treatments that they will actually use. When patients set their own health goals, they are the ones in the lead. She helps by assessing the situation, offering solutions, and supporting the decisions and changes that my patients make.
Her true focus with each patient is to use symptoms as road signs, indications of a deeper imbalance, and to always seek the true cause of those symptoms. She believes that finding and treating the cause of an illness is the honest and sustainable way to achieve your best health.
Education & Experience
Dr. Oberoi completed an undergraduate degree in Life Sciences at the University of Portland before attending the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) to earn a doctorate in Naturopathic medicine.
During her time at NUNM, Dr. Oberoi completed:
- 1 year of training with the New England School of Homeopathy
- 2 year mentorship in Women’s Health with Dr. Kimberly Windstar
- Multiple presentations to local audiences about Naturopathic Medicine
- 300+ hours of clinical work as an Americorps member in local community clinics
After graduating from NUNM, Dr. Oberoi was selected to join the faculty and complete a Family Practice Residency, an ideal way to increase her clinical experience in primary care medicine.