2434 Berlin Turnpike, #18
Newington, CT 06111
Phone: (860) 665-1254
Fax: (860) 665-7135
Dr. Riley has a family oriented practice in Connecticut for 29 years. She enjoys working in pediatrics, women's medicine, tick born illness, allergies, oncology, and a variety of acute and chronic illnesses. She received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington and her bachelors of science in biology from the University of Puget Sound. Dr. Riley is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Connecticut Society of Naturopathic Physicians.
She is a past receipient of Health Practitioner of the year from the La Leche League of Connecticut. She has received certifications in advanced Bowen from the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia as well as certification in several methods of Applied Kinesiology.
"It is my firm belief that the patient is ultimately in charge of their health and I use education and a team approach to include the patient and other healthcare providers in their treatment." - Dr. Kathleen Riley, N.D.
Dr. Lesa Werner is a licensed, board-certified doctor of naturopathic medicine. She maintains a license to practice naturopathic medicine in Connecticut.
Dr. Werner graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle,WA with a doctoral degree in naturopathic medicine. Bastyr University has the distinction of being the leading educational and research institution for science-based natural medicine. For more info, visit www.bastyr.edu.
Dr. Werner also received her baccalaureate degree in Biology from Western Connecticut State University, and an associate degree in Ophthalmic Design and Dispensing from Middlesex College in Connecticut.
After a varied work history, which included employment as an optician, a certified ophthalmic technician, and an EMT in Connecticut and New York, she ultimately found her calling in the field of natural medicine.
Following graduation from Bastyr University in 2001, Dr. Werner established successful practices in Connecticut, and later in California. While in Connecticut, she functioned as a primary care physician, focusing on the treatment of seasonal allergies, menopause / hormone balancing, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, high cholesterol, and digestive disorders. Her California practice focused mainly on food allergies, anti-aging therapies and preventive medicine.
While Dr. Werner considers herself a general practitioner, she has done extensive research in the field of anti-aging and longevity. "As the years progress, we all want to look and feel better, but many of us shy away from surgical procedures. This is why I have designed a protocol that incorporates nutrition, supplements, and non-surgical treatments to maintain the integrity of our skin and of our health, in general." Dr. Werner further explains, "Good health comes from within, and by treating the causes of inflammation we can slow down and possibly reverse the signs of aging--not only on our faces, but in every organ and cell in our bodies."
For more information, you can visit Dr. Werner's website