Doctor Evan, as he is affectionately known, is one of the nation’s leaders and authorities on Chronic Fatigue.
He suffered from chronic fatigue for 5 years until he achieved resolution using the protocols he pioneered in his medical practice.
He has helped over a thousand people resolve their Chronic Fatigue and is now on a mission to help 100,000 more people through training of providers and creating online content including web articles, videos, and online courses.
He has lectured nationally and internationally on topics in Integrative and Functional Medicine and is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine.
When he’s not at the office, you can find him singing barbershop, listening to musical theater, playing basketball, traveling, dancing hip-hop, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Evan’s focus is on Fatigue and Autoimmune Disorders.
Allison has been in patient care since 2005 when she began practicing nutritional therapy and providing holistic nutritional counseling in a family medicine setting in Olympia, Washington. She received her certificate in Nutritional Therapy through NTA in Olympia, WA then received a master’s degree in medical sciences in Physician Assistant studies at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona.
She is a licensed primary care physician assistant, trained in family medicine and women’s health. Areas of particular professional interest and expertise include detoxification, digestion and functional endocrinology including adrenal, thyroid and blood sugar disorders. She believes in helping to empower patients to take an active role on their roads to wellness through integrative medicine, encouragement and appreciation for each person’s unique process.
When not in the clinic, Allison enjoys spending time with her family, yoga and hiking, gardening, playing outside and enjoying good food.
Angie Thompson, ARNP and her family recently moved to Olympia from Utah, where she worked as a Nurse Practitioner in an OB/GYN clinic for the past 13 years while also experiencing the Joys of Motherhood. She has worked for Planned Parenthood of Utah and as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner as well.
Angie is a nationally certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Women’s Health Care. She earned an undergraduate degree from Utah State University in biology/microbiology in 1998 and undergraduate/graduate degrees in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002.
Her professional interests include: preventive screening and health maintenance, gynecologic and menstrual (bleeding) concerns, contraception, vulvar/sexual pain syndromes, lesbian health care, life transitions, chronic pain, depression/anxiety, breast concerns, cancer survivorship, infection management, fertility/preconception, and postpartum concerns.
Angie and her husband, Matthew, have two young children and an old dog. They all love to travel, eat good food with family and friends, and have thoroughly enjoyed exploring their new home in the Northwest.