Meg Christensen, ND
Meg Christensen, ND earned her doctorate from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2017. Her clinical research background in chronic disease — including Alzheimer’s, stroke, ALS, and cancer — led her to the conviction that to prevent these diseases from arising at all, a focus on our environment is essential. She believes that our microbial ecosystems, the buildings we spend the majority of our days in, and the air, food, and water in our wider world, are fundamental to truly holistic health.
She currently practices at Flora Medicine, where she supports patients with gastrointestinal, autoimmune, and neurologic conditions. She is also currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree of Interior Design at Portland Community College, to understand and help influence the way our built environments affect our microbiome.