Telemedicine visits and in office appointments are available with COVID-19 reopening procedures in place.  

Are you in search of a different kind of doctor?

Seattle Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Diane Lee, is dedicated to empowering you to reach better health and well-being. She is devoted to providing the finest quality of care for her patients. Her commitment to wellness has taught her that true healing takes time and that it is vital to treat the actual source of health problems, not merely the symptoms.

Dr. Lee takes the time to listen to every patient, fully understands complex issues, and gains a true understanding of the whole person. She sees one patient at a time, providing each patient with her undivided attention. As a Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist, she works with her patients to identify underlying causes of illness, remove obstacles to healing, and cultivate health and well-being.

Dr. Lee sees every person as an individual and tailors her recommendations to the unique circumstances surrounding each case. She believes that her patients are equal partners and active participants in their health care. Dr. Lee answers all of their questions, educates them about alternative and adjunctive options to conventional drugs and medical procedures, and supports them fully in their decisions. 

Specialties Include

Dr. Diane Lee is contracted with most major health insurance companies, including Regence, Premera, Aetna, Lifewise, First Choice, Kaiser Permanente PPO, and United for both Naturopathic and Acupuncture care (also L&I for Naturopathic care). Many out of state insurance companies also cover Naturopathic primary care service. Most plans have “out of network” coverage if the doctor is not credentialed with you specific insurance company. Call to ask about your coverage!


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