Dr. Leslie Fuller is a naturopathic physician, and 2009 graduate of NCNM (now NUNM). Following graduation from the naturopathic doctorate program, she completed a two-year residency program, where she focused on the medical management of many chronic health care issues, including diabetes, hypertension, asthma, allergies, hormonal imbalance and digestive problems. She has been actively involved in the health and wellness arena for two decades, with a focus on neurologic wellness, sports medicine, disability awareness and IV therapy for well over a decade. During this time, she has focused on working with individuals with neurologic conditions, including spinal cord injury, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis and stroke, as well as helping able-bodied individuals become the best athletes possible.
Dr. Fuller joined the UWS faculty team in 2018 and currently teaches a primary care series of courses focused on lab diagnosis, pharmacology and differential diagnosis. She remains connected to and invested in several nonprofit disability groups throughout Oregon and is excited by the potential impact that naturopathic medicine will have on the field of neurological rehabilitation. With a strong background in sports medicine, Dr. Fuller has remained rooted in the current research and advisory for athletic enhancement, weight loss and health maintenance and encourages her patients to explore exercise and fitness at whatever level possible.
In her spare time Dr. Fuller enjoys doing all things outdoors with her partners in crime and fun: one science teacher husband, two nerdy kids and two overly-furry dogs.