Restorative Health Clinic

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6564 SE Lake Rd
Ste 100

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Restorative Health Clinic

Who We Are

Restorative Health Clinic is a group of devoted Naturopathic Physicians (ND), clinical staff (RN, MA) and supportive administrative staff, working together to meet your health needs. From diagnosis and treatment to helping you manage your insurance reimbursement, our primary goal is to make sure you get the care you deserve.

What Matters to Us

We are a clinic that delivers sustainable positive results and outcomes. Your improved health and quality of life is our priority. We work together with you and your health care team to deliver positive results in a consistent and reliable manner.

The journey also matters to us–we work side by side with you to relieve symptoms while we work on helping your systems recover through our proven integrative medicine process.

Recovery from any chronic disease takes time. We see this process as an opportunity to address and overcome barriers to recovery, with the sole focus on improving your quality of life.

Our Clinic Philosophy

Our philosophy is very straightforward, and centers on the concept that chronic disease, in the absence of advanced tissue destruction, responds reliably to the joining of two approaches:

  • Provide and nourish your body with focused patterns of nutrients and medicines so that it may optimally respond and recover.
  • Remove offending substances such as infections, pollutants/toxins like lead and mercury, interference fields patterns that block the body’s natural dynamic response, thus encouraging your system to function efficiently for proper energy production and healing to occur.

To achieve and then maintain these therapeutic changes, you need a reliable team to stand by you. We do just that, supporting you through the necessary phases of treatment and recovery so you can have a better life.

What to Expect

Our focus is on chronic disease including conditions like Fibromyalgia, Lyme, Autoimmune conditions, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and also early stage MS. Another area we specialize in is treating Mold and Biotoxin Illness (CIRS).  Our clinical staff understand the importance of a structured evaluation and treatment protocol, and this overview should give you an idea of what to expect from your course of treatment.

Your First Visit (90 Minutes)

Your first visit includes a very conversational, personable consultation with thorough history, a preliminary physical exam, and different test orders. Come prepared with questions so we can work through those to your satisfaction. Bring blood and other test results from the previous few years, along with any other information you think may help us to evaluate the different components of your condition.

Testing– On your first visit we will be ordering a series of test that will help us understand many of your current symptoms and underlying situation. Our test requests are unique to you depending on your specific needs.

Treatment Recommendations– The primary goals of treatment recommendations you’ll receive during your first visit are to decrease pain, improve sleep, prime detox pathways, and address any other unique high priorities you may have.

Nutritional Support and Supplements– In order for your body’s detox pathways to normalize processing and flow-through of metabolic waste and to prepare your body for treatments after lab review, we will also make specific recommendations for nutritional modifications and supplementation at your first visit.

Other modalities that may be indicated during your first visit:

  • IV therapy to help with pain, fatigue, detoxification and immunity. Many patients receive their first IV after their first visit to start the recovery process.
  • Injection therapies ranging from B-shots, Minor Autohemotherapy and LDI Injections.
  • Therapeutic injections for pain – nerve, muscle and joint pain include prolozone, neuraltherapy and segmental therapy
  • Frequency Specific Microcurrent for pain and other harder to treat especially nerve or neurologic conditions.

Your Second Visit (4 weeks later, 45 minutes)

Check-In and Planning– Your second visit will include a thorough review of lab testing done during the first visit with discussion of action items. This is where we will put our heads together and tailor a structured treatment plan based on your priorities known thus far. There is time to answer questions.

Testing– Identify obstacles like infections through Quest and Labcorp, Igenex, etc; causes for autoimmunity, targets of autoimmune attack through Cyrex labs, mold toxicity through Real Time Labs or Dr Shoemakers testing system as found on survivingmold.com.

Continued Treatment and Recommendations– We will continue with treatment recommendations from first visit and look to ensure hormone levels are balanced (thyroid, adrenal hormones cortisol and aldosterone, estrogen, progesterone, DHEA, pregnenolone, testosterone and dihydrotestosterone). We will also look into specific nutrient deficiencies like iron, magnesium, zinc as per test results, and control those deficiencies through oral supplementation, injections or IV’s as needed. We will adjust your sleep and pain protocol if needed, start balancing your immune and nervous system, and adjust and prescribe bioidentical hormones [BHRT] if needed. Finally, we will look to address digestive tract infections like candida, SIBO and parasites with appropriate combinations of prescriptions and natural medicines.

Your Third Visit (6-8 weeks later, 45 minutes)

Check-In and Planning– We will discuss in detail your progress and problems, re-evaluate your plan of action, and apply necessary changes. We also review results from second visit testing, infectious titers, mold toxicity, autoimmune conditions etc. This is where anti-microbial treatments are implemented for most patients (both natural and prescription if needed). Together, we will also evaluate the remaining action items and plan for the next visit, usually in 4 weeks time. There is time allowed for discussion and questions.

Testing– We will assess for toxicities, especially toxic metals [provoked urine toxic metals testing], follow up testing for hormones prescribed and further or reflex testing for infections and other problems.

Continued Treatment and Recommendations– If indicated, we will implement antimicrobial therapy after discussion, adjust sleep and pain protocol if needed, balance your immune and nervous system, adjust any bioidentical hormones (BHRT), and start removing toxicities focusing first on mycotoxins and mold toxins. We will ensure hormones stay balanced (thyroid, adrenal hormones cortisol and aldosterone, estrogen, progesterone, DHEA, pregnenolone, testosterone). We will continue to monitor specific nutrient deficiencies, implement glutathione through IV’s or oral route and introduce glutathione building and recycling strategies for toxicity. Finally, we may add phosphatidylcholine and alpha lipoic acid orally and IV as needed.

Your Fourth Visit (8-10 weeks later, 45 minutes)

Check-In and Plan Adjustments– We will evaluate the results from your third visit testing and plan a retesting schedule for all relevant findings and responses to interventions thus far. Once a long-term treatment plan is in place, we strongly encourage you to schedule in advance to ensure visits are available at convenient times and to best serve your recovery. We will do our best to accommodate any commitments you have with work, school, childcare, etc. Our most successful outcomes are in patients that prioritize their recovery and commit to treatment with our team at Restorative Health Clinic.

Providers at Restorative Health Clinic

Dr. Miranda Costa, ND
Address Line 1: 6564 SE Lake Rd
Address Line 2: Ste 100
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Postal Code: 97222
Dr. Miranda Costa, is a licensed Naturopathic Physician (ND) from Southern Oregon. Dr. Costa holds both a Doctorate and a Master’s in Integrative Medicine Research (MSiMR). Her previous experience includes serving as a lead provider, clinician researcher, and faculty member at a chronic pain teaching and research facility for co-occurring disorders, including addiction and chronic pain related to: Chronic Infections Fibromyalgia Multiple Sclerosis Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Peripheral Neuropathy Arthritis Phantom Limb Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia Traumatic Injuries and surgeries Dr. Costa focused on primary care in adults with chronic diseases, integrative oncology research, botanical medicine, and women’s health at community clinics. Dr. Costa thrives when investigating and identifying the composite causes of chronic disease and removing these obstacles to healing in the most deliberate and direct manner utilizing natural and integrative medicine principles. Her goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where patients can work towards recovery in all aspects of their health.  She enjoys working with diverse populations and provides an investigational and relational approach to patient care. Dr. Costa is currently completing certification and studying with Dr. Shoemaker in the Shoemaker Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) Protocol for management of illnesses associated with symptoms related to mold toxicity.
Dr. Melanie Stein, ND
Dr. Melanie Stein is a licensed Naturopathic Physician in Portland, Oregon who is well versed in both Lyme disease and the treatment of complex and chronic illness. She believes that the path to healing involves a multifaceted approach that includes identifying the root cause of illness and healing the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional body. Dr. Stein develops individualized treatment plans with careful consideration of patients’ unique symptoms. She recognizes that in order to successfully treat complex illnesses, factors such as co-infections, mold toxicity and inflammatory responses must first be targeted. Dr. Stein supports whole body detoxification, promotes healthy organ function and minimizes die-off reaction, thus enabling the body’s innate healing process. Dr. Stein views her role as a guide along her patients’ journey toward optimal health. She feels that obtaining a detailed history and physical exam while preforming laboratory analysis should be an active and ongoing process that helps guide effect treatment plans. She values cooperation over compromise and is motivated to support the journey to wellness through treatments designed with sensitivity to her patients’ financial and physical means. Dr. Stein believes that the practice of medicine is a lifelong commitment to learning and redefining one’s understanding of illness. She devotes time throughout the year to attend conferences on primary care and chronic illnesses. Dr. Stein sought and received training and mentorship from leaders in the field of chronic disease. During her four-years with Lyme literate physician and specialist, Dr. Stein attended several conferences with the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) and presented at Lyme disease seminars. Dr. Stein has also completed Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) Training with Dr. Lyftogt and studied chronic infection with Dr. Klinghardt. Dr. Stein strives to help end the stigma and...

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