Dr. Rochelle Kelleppan, ND
Naturopathic Primary Care Physician
Dr. Rochelle Kelleppan is a licensed Naturopathic Primary Care Physician (2021) in the state of Washington. She is joining Naturopathic Family Medicine in Fremont and West Seattle Natural Medicine as a first-year resident with a focus on pediatrics.
Dr. Kelleppan earned her Doctorate degree from Bastyr University, where she received additional training in women’s health, lactation management and pediatrics from advanced courses and clinical rotations. Prior to medical school, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Washington, then joined the rewarding field of organ and tissue donation by working as a tissue recovery specialist for three years.
Dr. Kelleppan believes representation is extremely important. She has a passion for ensuring that people from all ethnic backgrounds receive great healthcare. Due to her own difficult health journey, she is committed to providing individualized care for her patients through an integrative approach.
She focuses on finding the root cause of the illness and establishing the foundations of health. Dr. Kelleppan combines the use of naturopathic and conventional medicine in conjunction with standards of care to help her patients prevent illness and reach their optimal health. She strives to empower and educate her patients and their families to allow them to make informed decisions about their own healthcare.
Dr. Kelleppan is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians and Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, spending time by the water, painting and cooking. She plans to be credentialed with all major insurance carriers and start her journey to receive her certification in integrative pelvic floor therapy by the end of her residency.
Areas of interest: family medicine, fertility, newborn care, pediatrics, women’s health, postpartum care, interstitial cystitis, insomnia, anxiety and depression.
Languages: English, Hindi
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