Naturopathic Medical Doctor in Tempe
Dr. Sarah Stone, ND
Dr. Sarah Stone, ND
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I am Dr. Sarah Stone, a naturopathic medical doctor licensed through the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Board. I attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL, and graduated with a bachelor of science in psychology. I attended Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ, where I earned my Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree.
My passion is managing my patients’ healthcare by creating a shared foundation of knowledge. I accomplish this by providing a unique and comprehensive healthcare option for each patient – tailored to their individual needs. My approach is to partner with my patients, educate them on the condition, and work together towards restoring and maintaining optimal health.
I am confident in treating any health challenge for patients of all ages. In addition to general medicine and clinical nutrition, some of my specialty areas include:
- Pain management
- Regenerative injection therapy (PRP, Prolotherapy, Perineural Injection Therapy, Peptides, Growth Factors)
- Ozone Therapy and Oxygen Therapies
- Shockwave Therapy for Vaginal Rejuvenation
- Medical Aesthetics
- Hormone Optimization
- Fertility Disorders
- Autoimmune Disorders
- Gastrointestinal concerns
- Environmental Overload
- Mental Health Management, including ADD/ADHD
I embrace the six naturopathic principles, which guide me in determining each patient’s treatment plan.
- Remove obstacles to achieving health
- View health as balance
- Individualize each patient’s care
- Provide the minimum dose to achieve optimal health
- Build resilience
I understand that each person has unique needs when it comes to their health and well-being. I am dedicated to providing individualized care and developing a treatment plan specific to each patient’s needs. My goal is to identify and treat the underlying cause of disease rather than simply treating the symptoms.