Dr. Lara Litov

I am a licensed Naturopathic Physician and have been practicing medicine for over 25 years.   I work with people using and integrating both conventional and natural medicines and treatments, combined with lifestyle, nutrition and mind-body medicine to help people to improve their health, wellbeing and quality of their lives.  I have spent most of my career practicing primary health care for people of all ages.  I am presently providing care as a specialist on as a part of your health care team.

I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Washington. I then earned Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sciences from Bastyr University. I further continued my studies and attended graduate school in medicine and graduated from Bastyr University with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. I have been licensed in Washington State as a Naturopathic Physician since 1992.  I also have a license to also practice as a Naturopathic Doctor in California.

I have worked in various places across the US and with various populations of people. I have worked in rural Maine, Inner-city Baltimore, Rural Washington, and now Bellevue. I have worked in private practice, in Public Health Clinics, part of University Medical systems, and large multi-disciplinary clinics. Please feel free to see my LinkidIn Profile for more information.

I live in rural Pacific Northwest Washington.  In my spare time you can find me working to improve my community, kayaking, hiking, camping, attending all things performing arts, and all things outdoors with my amazing husband and my wonderful adult children, and my dogs.



  • Licensed Naturopathic Physician – Washington
  • Licensed Naturopathic Doctor- California


  • Bastyr University – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
  • University of Washington – BA Psychology
  • Bastyr University – BS- Health Sciences

Dr. Lara Litov’s Healthcare Philosophy

  • My role on your health care team and to help uncover and address the root(s) of your health care problems while simultaneously treating the symptoms (as needed), and  to focus on finding evidence-based ways to support healing and to reach optimal health
  • .Focus on each individual’s unique path to health.
  • Working not only with the symptoms and diagnosis of disease, but to unearth and treat the root causes in order to achieve a deeper level of optimal health.
  • Utilizing evidence-based natural treatments integrated with conventional diagnostics and medicines/treatments to work with the body and mind to achieve a better state of health and wellness.
  • Respecting and employing both traditional and conventional diagnostic tools and treatments.
  • Empower patients with knowledge, tools and treatments to help the patient make the best choices for their health.
  • Seeing and treating the whole person.  People are a complex matrix of their physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental worlds.  Addressing all of these are an important aspect of care.
  • Patients are the captain of their own healthcare ship. I am an educated guide. Patients are ultimately the decision makers concerning their own health and well-being.

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