MEET DR. CORRINE WANG

LICENSED NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR

 

I believe every woman deserves a safe and inviting space to share what they’re going through — both physically and emotionally — and to find a treatment plan that is as unique as she is.  

 

I was drawn to Naturopathic medicine because of its approach to treating the whole body and uncovering the root causes of chronic conditions rather than masking or eliminating symptoms. 

There’s a deep interplay between the physical symptoms that may urge you to seek medical treatment, and your emotional and mental health. Stress and anxiety can play a leading role in your ability to get pregnant, for instance, and it can exacerbate chronic physical pain or discomfort. Imbalances in your endocrine system or hormones can trigger changes in mood or even be an underlying factor for prolonged depression. By treating the whole body, we can restore your body’s natural vitality.

 

My mission is to help women live their most healthful, empowered life. I work with women from their early 20s to women in their 60s or beyond. I aim to build a lifelong relationship with every patient.

My path to becoming a Naturopathic doctor wasn’t direct. I started out as a product and design engineer in the semiconductor industry. It wasn’t until I took a job in Shanghai, China, and began exploring alternative medicine that I realized my calling was elsewhere. 

My path to becoming a Naturopathic doctor wasn’t direct. I started out as a product and design engineer in the semiconductor industry. It wasn’t until I took a job in Shanghai, China, and began exploring alternative medicine that I realized my calling was elsewhere. 

 

I’d always found conventional, western medicine to be overly structured and hierarchical, which often conflicted with my intuition about how our bodies and minds actually function. When I discovered Naturopathic medicine, I realized that it encompassed many aspects of what drew me to the medical field. I found a natural penchant for the interplay of physical health, psychology, and empowering people to live a life of vitality by helping them reconnect with their body and mind. 

 

I see patients in person from my Bay area clinic and virtually through telemedicine. I’ve found that telemedicine makes my practice accessible to a wide and geographically dispersed family of patients, while still allowing us to build a meaningful relationship with one another.

DR. CORRINE WANG'S EDUCATIONAL BIO

 

Dr. Corrine Wang is a licensed Naturopathic doctor practicing from her Bay Area clinic Walnut Creek Naturopathic, and virtually through telemedicine. She received her doctorate of Naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She specializes in women’s health and endocrine imbalances, empowering women to naturally and holistically address menstrual disorders, fertility, hormone balance, thyroid disorders, adrenal dysfunction, and chronic digestive disorders. 



Dr. Wang is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and California Naturopathic Doctors Association. She enjoys volunteering and working with underserved populations locally and internationally. While attending Bastyr, she received a travel and education venture grant to study different systems of medicines in Peru while working with low-income families. In practice, she completed a medical brigade to Nicaragua, where she used natural treatments to provide primary care services to a local community on the island of Ometepe.



Outside of practicing, Dr. Wang is mom to a two year-old boy and enjoys traveling, dancing, backpacking, rock climbing, painting and spending time with family and friends.

 
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