Natalie Greenberg, N.D.
Natalie began her undergraduate education at Columbia University in New York.
After falling ill due to mold exposure with concurrent Lyme disease, she returned to San Diego for treatment. While receiving treatment at a naturopathic clinic in Encinitas, CA, she began educating and experimenting on herself with a wide array of natural healing modalities. During this time, she completed her degree in psychology at UC San Diego and immediately began the naturopathic doctorate program at Bastyr University, San Diego, and Seattle, Washington.
While at Bastyr, she received training in pediatrics, gynecology, cardiology, autoimmune diseases, mental health/stress management, and treatment therapies including nutrition, IV therapy, homeopathy, and craniosacral therapy. She spent her final year of school precepting at the Center for New Medicine/Cancer Center for Healing and will be joining the team to support patients with Lyme disease and mold/environmental illness as well as our joint mission of preventative medicine and human optimization.
Our philosophy at Cancer Center for Healing is to preserve our patients’ dignity and quality of life through non-invasive integrative treatments.
At Cancer Center For Healing, we shy away from the toxic aspects of conventional medicine by using drugs and surgery only when such intervention is really necessary. None of our treatments have negative effects on your life. We focus on therapies that support the body’s innate defenses and healing mechanisms by determining the root cause of your cancer.
We’ve had the pleasure of helping thousands of cancer patients on their road to recovery. From prevention phases to Stage IV diagnoses, we’re always inspired by our patients’ dedication to healing. We’ve treated folks from all backgrounds and walks of life, and we’ve seen even the most dire cases reach and stay in remission with our treatments. Here are just a few of the inspirational testimonials and survivor stories we’ve witnessed at Cancer Center for Healing told by the patients themselves.