Naturopathic Doctor, Master of Science of Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist

Passionate about helping patients improve their health by offering a wide range of Naturopathic, Chinese and traditional Western medicine treatment options, Dr. Sarah Larson believes helping patients regain optimal health and well-being requires both the empathetic listening to and observing of each individual; “one size fits all” does not apply. She relies upon appropriate conventional testing, labs and imaging alongside Eastern pulse, tongue and countenance diagnostic techniques to arrive at the correct diagnosis and to then provide the most efficacious and beneficial treatment options. The utilization of Western and Chinese herbs, pharmaceutical medications, acupuncture, hydrotherapy and lifestyle and dietary optimization are all part of a large tool box from which she builds individualized and achievable treatment plans while consistently following the latest research. Dr. Larson does embrace the belief following the healing course of nature will help return each patient to a state of health and well-being when given the appropriate assistance, time and space to do so. A reduction in inflammation, improved nutrition and digestion, proper sleep and exercise are all important aspect to improving one’s state of health.

Sarah graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and a Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM). Before starting her own practice, she completed a two year residency approved by the Council of Naturopathic Medicine under the supervision of Dr. Edythe Vickers at An Hao Natural Health Care Center in Portland, Oregon and also practiced with Dr. Linda Meloche at Abbey Road Clinic in Carlton, Oregon. Her undergraduate work in psychology was completed at the University of North Dakota, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Science with a pre-medicine emphasis.

As a primary care physician, Dr. Larson focuses on acute and chronic diseases, autoimmune conditions, acute and chronic pain and cancer as well as more common conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. While in medical school, Sarah completed an additional 2 year internship in women’s health and offers exceptional health care services such as: female wellness and annual examinations, hormone testing and balancing, birth control education and prescribing.

When she isn’t working, Sarah savors time spent with her fiance, family, friends and new puppy, an American Bulldog rescue, Chance. She enjoys hiking, road biking, being outdoors near or on the water or simply exploring both Oregon and Washington’s breathtaking natural beauty.


Licensed Naturopathic Physician

As a Naturopathic Physician my approach to medicine is to support the body’s natural ability to heal. I strive to use the least invasive therapies available to address the unique struggles of each patient. The holistic approach I use addresses the whole person to balance body, mind and spirit.  I love to educate my patients about how to address their unique struggle, how to achieve good health and a greater balance between body, mind and spirit. We all have our unique issues and there is no one way to address everyone. Restoring and maintaining good health is a journey, not a destination and the path is unique for each person.

  I have many tools to use to help my patients on their unique journey. I use clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, supplements and vitamins, biofeedback, breath work, acupressure and reiki. Some conditions I work well with are traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, PTSD, fibromyalgia, autoimmune issues, chronic disease and chronic pain. I also have a strong background in Men’s health.

 In my free time you can usually find me somewhere with a book in hand, working on the big old house my partner and I own or just out enjoying what Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Emerge Natural Health Care, PLLC


1409 Franklin Street #103 Vancouver, WA 98660


(360) 787-3615
Mon-Sat (Call For Availability)


Naturopathic Medicine Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine recognizes an inherent self-healing process in people that is ordered and intelligent. Naturopathic physicians act to facilitate and augment this inherent self-healing process.

Chinese Medicine Chinese Medicine
Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine is built upon a three-legged stool of herbal formulas, acupuncture and Qi Gong or some form of movement practice to return balance, and maintain good health.

Womens Health Womens Health
Womens Health

Annual physical examinations are still important for all women. While an exam does not have to include a Pap smear, a breast exam and several other physical examinations should be completed.