Battle Ground Healing Arts brings on new physician

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After spending a few years as a physician in Portland, Dr. Aimee Frieze has joined Battle Ground Healing Arts, which has been in business for over 30 years.

Frieze is described in a news release as a caring and compassionate physician who uses an integrative approach which transforms her patients’ physical and mental health.

“I was so impressed when Dr. Frieze told me that she starts studying up on her patients’ cases the evening prior to their appointments,” said Dr. Jillian Stansbury, the owner of Battle Ground Healing Arts in the release. “That combined with her sparkling personality, made me confident that I had found the perfect person to hand the torch to as I prepare to retire. Dr. Frieze supports her patients through honest connection-based relationships, and she works in earnest to understand them and support their healing journey. That is rare in medicine.”

Frieze specializes in naturopathic medicine and offers trauma-informed, whole-person and holistic care. According to the release, she is also an expert in women’s reproductive health care, which includes pelvic floor therapy and treating women with polycystic ovary syndrome, menopause, pain or loss of desire, fertility issues or those seeking pre- and post-natal care. She can order lab work, write prescriptions, and refer patients to other health care providers while accepting insurance.

The trauma-informed care Frieze offers is known to help those suffering from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and limiting patterns of behavior, the release stated. She also offers intravenous (IV) therapies to treat certain medical issues, providing nutrients and nutraceutical support for immune optimization, athletic recuperation, adjunctive cancer support, and addiction recovery.

“IV therapy is a powerful way to directly and quickly address a wide variety of health concerns,” stated Frieze in the release.

Although she was raised on a cattle ranch in southern Oregon, she feels right at home in the small community of Battle Ground, stated the release.

“I admire the pride and passion the people of Battle Ground have for their tight knit community,” Frieze stated in the release. “I am so touched by how folks take care of each other and look out for one another.”

Frieze graduated with honors from the University of Oregon after obtaining a double major in psychology and women’s gender studies. She then received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine with honors in medical genetics from the National University of Natural Medicine.

To speak with Frieze and ask about her services and insurance coverage or to schedule an appointment, call 360-687-4492 or visit battlegroundhealingarts.com. The clinic is located at 408 E. Main St. in Old Town Battle Ground. Walk-ins are also welcome. Frieze is on site on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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