Doctor B loves her work as a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist as it allows her to work with patients at all levels of health to promote greater energy, immunity and well-being so that they can pursue their calling in life. She enjoys a diverse practice and welcomes new patients from all backgrounds. Doctor B supports her patients in achieving greater health through education and personal choices and individualized treatment strategies to help facilitate deep lasting change. She is passionate about nutrition and food preparation and helps her patient make dietary changes with specific advice and recipes.
“Dr. B is one of the most informative and helpful health care providers I have ever had. Her knowledge about health and the body is excellent, I learn something new at every visit and she listens very carefully and addresses my concerns.” – September 2013
“Feel encouraged by the wealth of info. & advice provided addressing my concerns. I know specifically what I need to do before the next appt. Dr. B. is impressive with her range of knowledge & conveys what she knows well & is compassionate.” – April 2013
As a naturopathic primary care physician, Dr. Kadakia works with her patients on a symptoms and conditions that arise. Some areas that she focuses on include:
Treatment Plans may include a combination of the following therapies:
I grew up in Indiana and Michigan surrounded by trees and a family of gardeners, canners, crocheters and hunters. I loved being outdoors, and I loved reading. This was the perfect combination to create a science major. In college, I was crazy for primate behavior and studied biology and psychology so I could learn as much as possible about animal behavior in general and primate behavior, learning and intelligence in particular. I have maintained a fascination with intelligence, thinking, learning and habits and continue to read on these topics in relation to humans and animals. After a brief internship with a pharmaceutical company, I moved to Portland to study natural medicine.
Having completed my formal schooling and been in practice for several years, I’ve started having more time for recreation and am enjoying: audio books, reading, rooting for my local teams – the Portland Timbers and the Portland Winterhawks, crochet, sewing, kayaking, hiking and traveling with my husband and dog. During my sabbatical in 2013, we traveled over 10,000 miles across the country in our camper van visiting National Parks, Monuments and Memorials and other interesting places like Roswell, Graceland and Gettysburg and returned to work more committed than ever to helping my patients achieve true health and create purpose, meaning and beauty.