Doctors working with you individually to
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Lorilee Schoenbeck, N.D.
Dr. Lorilee Schoenbeck is a fourth generation physician (although the first naturopathic physician), and has practiced in Vermont for over 20 years. A graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, she completed her pre-med at the University of Wisconsin and also holds a bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Goddard College. Dr. Schoenbeck is widely regarded as a regional and national expert on women’s and adult natural medicine, and is respected by both natural and conventional medicine practitioners with whom she enjoys collaboration. For ten years, she was the first naturopathic physician to practice natural medicine in a Planned Parenthood owned gynecology clinic. She opened Mountain View Natural Medicine in 2012, which has become one of the most respected and advanced naturopathic primary care clinics nationwide, and a much sought-after residency site for new physicians. It is here that she is thrilled to help each patient find the most natural route to address acute and chronic issues. Herbs, nutrition and yoga are her favorite therapies.
Taking the actual meaning of ‘doctor’ as ‘teacher’ literally, Dr. Schoenbeck teaches in Johnson State College’s Wellness and Alternative Medicine Program, lectures frequently to medical professionals and the public, and has taught extensively at program centers such as Kripalu Center and Omega Institute. Her book, Menopause: Bridging the Gap Between Natural and Conventional Medicine is a trusted guide to thousands of women. As past president of the Vermont Association of Naturopathic Physicians, she led the effort to pass legislation which recognizes NDs in Vermont as primary care physicians covered by insurance. She was recruited to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) in 2012, and appointed the first Chair of the AANP’s State and Federal Affairs Committee, where she served until 2016. There, she led efforts to successfully gain naturopathic licensing laws and insurancecoverage in several other states, and helped build the foundation for national advocacy for Medicare and Veterans’ health care inclusion of NDs. In 2014, Governor Peter Shumlin appointed Dr.Schoenbeck to Vermont’s Health Care Workforce working group to contribute to health reform in Vermont.
These days, Dr. Schoenbeck is most interested in supporting her patients to achieve wellness, strengthen their connection to the natural world, and be their truest and best self. In her free time, Dr. Schoenbeck loves to hike, practice yoga (sometimes together!) and she swing dances whenever possible.
Dr. Gravett graduated with a BS in Biology and Premedical Studies from Indiana University, and with Honors from the National College of Natural Medicine, Portland, OR. His clinical experience includes pediatric, adult and geriatric primary care medicine, with expanded experience in cardiovascular, pulmonary and general internal medicine disorders.
His medical career includes over 10 years as a Paramedic and Flight Paramedic specializing in trauma and critical care. He is the past President of the Indiana Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and from 2007 to 2012, he held a Governor appointed position on the Indiana State Child Fatality Review Team. Dr. Gravett earned board certification in Integrative Medicine through the American Association of Integrative Medicine in 2012. He relocated to Vermont with his family in June of 2016. Dr. Gravett enjoys hiking, biking and spending time outdoors.
We are absolutely thrilled to have Dr. Gravett as a member of our team and believe his experience is the perfect fit in providing even more comprehensive naturopathic primary care for pediatric, adolescent and adult patients. We think you will enjoy his warm, skilled and dedicated care as well.
Dr. Kearney fell in love with Vermont during her undergraduate education at the University of Vermont, while obtaining her degree in biology with a minor in chemistry. She was a top graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon and was selected for Mountain View’s highly competitive post-graduate residency program. She has become such a wonderful part of our team that we’re excited to announce her acceptance as a full-time staff physician at our clinic.
Dr. Kearney loves working in a primary care setting because it allows her to see patients of all ages. She has a passion for pediatric medicine and a way with patients that puts them right at ease. Her approach includes educating children about their health, about nutrition, and empowering them to make healthy choices from the start. She is happy to serve as your child’s primary care provider for well child visits, acute visits, or to offer adjunctive care for special concerns. Additionally, Dr. Kearney can provide parents with guidance on and administration of vaccines which is respectful, evidence-based and accounts for an individual patient’s and family’s needs. She also has experience working with geriatric patients in a long-term nursing facility, which enhanced her ability to connect with this population and cultivated an interest in geriatric care.
Dr. Kearney believes in the body’s innate ability to heal itself and that we can enhance this ability through diet, exercise and lifestyle modifications. She is most drawn to treating conditions with nutrition and botanical medicines.
Dr. Kearney is thrilled to be back in the Burlington area, where she first discovered natural medicine. When she is not at work, she is seeing live music or exploring the beautiful state of Vermont through hiking and camping with her partner Chris and their dog Primo.
Mountain View is dedicated to training tomorrow’s best natural primary care doctors. We welcome our new resident physician, Glory Ledbetter ND, who will be completing her primary care residency with us from October 2017 to October 2018.
Dr. Ledbetter grew up on a small farm in the mountains of Hancock County, Tennessee, where her love of all things natural began. There she learned the meaning of the phrase, “You are what you eat” and developed an appreciation of the need for connection to our food. She studied Theater and Biology at Carson-Newman University before attending the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine, graduating with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Masters of Science in Human Nutrition. When not at Mountain View, Dr. Ledbetter can be found hiking, snow tubing, or reading a good book in her hammock.
Dr, Ledbetter’s favorite naturopathic philosophy is “Tolle Causum” or “Treat the Cause” and she is passionate about finding and treating the true cause of disease. Dr. Ledbetter’s love for naturopathic medicine has translated into working toward federal accreditation of naturopathic medicine at the American Assocication of Naturopathic Physician’s Washington, DC lobby day 4 years in a row as well as legislative work for the Tenneesee Naturopathic Doctor’s Association. A truegeneralist with experience in Homeopathy, nutrition, lifestyle management and herbal medicine, Dr. Ledbetter is well equipped for your primary care needs. With her added masters degree in nutrition, Dr. Ledbetter brings enhanced skills to guide patients in using food as medicine for almost every chronic issue.