Seattle Naturopathic Doctors & Staff

Northwest Natural Health of Seattle has several physicians who have the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) degree and who are experts in holistic, homeopathic, natural medicine and cancer nutrition. Each has extensive training and experience in diagnosing, treating and preventing disease using modern, traditional, scientific and empirical methods.

Dan Labriola

Naturopathic Physician

Lisa Price

Naturopathic Physician

Tracey Thomas

Naturopathic Physician

Dan Labriola, ND, PEng

Voted among “Seattle Top Doctors” in Seattle Met Magazine

Dr. Labriola founded Northwest Natural Health in 1985. He currently serves as the Director of the clinic, and is a consultant for a number of area hospitals specializing in the appropriate use of alternative medicine and complementary therapies for patients currently involved in conventional medical treatments.

Dr. Labriola authored an “On Health” column for The Seattle Times. Selected columns:


Licensure and Certification

Leadership, Membership and Awards (Past and Present)

Other Professional Experience

Lisa Price, ND

Dr. Price has a B.S. in microbiology, an M.S. in biochemistry and worked as a research scientist prior to becoming an ND. She graduated from Bastyr University in 1998 with honors in counseling. She practiced in both public and private practices until 2005, focusing primarily on women's health issues.

She was awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant in 2005 to study the effects of natural products on healthy immune systems and those burdened by cancer. She was awarded a subsequent NIH postdoctoral fellowship in 2007 to continue the previous studies for another 3 years.

Dr. Price focuses primarily on women's health as well as diabetes and blood sugar management.

Tracey Thomas, ND

Dr. Tracey Thomas joins Northwest Natural Health with an extensive background working in specialty care clinics. During her eight years on staff at a large, multi-disciplinary cancer hospital she advised patients on safe natural medicines to take during treatment. Additionally, Dr. Thomas managed the Naturopathic Residency Program and served as the Integrative Medicine Lead for the Prostate Cancer Center of Excellence.

Dr. Thomas is passionate about prescribing evidence-based supplements to improve quality of life, minimize side effects of conventional treatment, avoid drug-nutrient interactions and reduce cancer recurrence. She believes in working collaboratively with conventional medical physicians and all other clinicians to offer the most up-to-date personalized care plan. She has significant experience and training in integrative oncology as well as treating many other conditions including headaches, gastrointestinal complaints, allergies and wellness strategies for the entire family.

Dr. Thomas earned her Doctorate from the National University of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University. She has also successfully completed the Northwest Natural Health Advanced Practitioner’s accreditation, which requires 300 hours of specialized training.

When she is not seeing patients, Dr. Thomas enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring the outdoors and traveling.

Administrative staff

The staff of Northwest Natural Health are committed to the health and well-being of each patient, understanding individual needs and exceeding expectations. Even though each of our highly-skilled staff members has a specific area of expertise, each is dedicated to assisting our patients in every aspect of their office experience.

Linda Bradshaw Labriola, Director of Integrative Services

Christina Cush Sterling, Patient Coordinator and Office Accounting

Maro Howe, Patient Coordinator and Pharmacy Manager