Dr. Nick Savage, ND
Dr. Savage is a primary care, District of Columbia-licensed Naturopathic Doctor who brings a results-focused complement of health sciences knowledge and Naturopathic medicine to improve the lives of his patients.
Growing up immersed in nature in the Virginia Piedmont, Dr. Savage gained a deep appreciation for the benefits nature has on health. His goal—contributing to society by improving the health of those around him through Naturopathic Medicine.
He earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Sciences from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Next Dr. Savage earned his doctorate through a four-year program at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Tempe, Arizona. He maintains his Arizona license as a Naturopathic Doctor in addition to his Washington, DC license to practice.
A member of the District of Columbia Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Virginia Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Dr. Savage looks forward to sharing the power of nature for health and healing with his patients.
Dr. Krystal Tellier, N.M.D, C.P.M.
Dr. Tellier earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Arizona State University (ASU). While attending ASU, she began exploring alternative medicine while working in a research lab that studied the ability to fight cancer using botanical constituents. This experience increased her curiosity in the use of natural remedies in fighting common medical conditions, which drove her to explore further the philosophy of alternative medicine. Dr. Tellier then realized her future was about to take another path, the “Natural-Path.”
Dr Tellier began clinical practice in 2009 in her private family practice. Being a primary care focused provider she has found that her patients have been her best teachers. Dr. Tellier also shares with her patients experiences she has gleaned from her own family’s journey with lyme disease and mold sickness. When her family’s health began to decline after water damage to their home, Dr. Tellier began looking further into environmentally caused illnesses like mold, heavy metals, toxic chemicals, Epstein bar virus, lyme, bartonella, babesia and other chronic infections. She found that so many of her patients felt so sick and have seen specialist after specialist with no known cause for their disease. Dr. Tellier understands that for many of these patients you have to really listen to their life long experiences and exposures and investigate further with testing that may seem more out of the box to conventional medicine.
Dr. Yana Poulos, ND
Dr. Poulos is passionate about supporting women of all shapes, sizes, nationalities and sexual orientations. She believes women deeply understand their bodies and oftentimes exist in a healthcare paradigm that does not prioritize women’s valid health concerns. She holds a special keen interest in PCOS, endometriosis, fertility, thyroid disorders, weight loss/weight gain, and menopausal conditions. Dr. Poulos is a graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario with a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine. She started the CCNM Fertility Club and has been published in Naturopathic Doctor News and Review. She lives in Fenton, MI with her wonderful husband, sassy daughter, and stately orange cat.
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, CHC, CLT
As an Integrative & Functional Dietitian-Nutritionist who resolved her own chronic health issues, my passion is guiding client transformation – from feeling uncomfortable, frustrated, and confused to having vibrant energy, clarity in their own best diet, and feeling more comfortable in their bodies. Nutrition is only one part of the puzzle, so we bring in sustainable lifestyle changes, botanical medicine, and transformational health & mindset coaching. This approach is responsible for the incredible success clients achieve. Using critical thinking skills and the principles of functional medicine, I assist clients in uncovering the root cause of health and wellness struggles.