Our  Services and Treatments

Nutritional and Botanical Medicine

Improve health with nutrition

Natural Treatment for Chronic Disease

Correct imbalances leading to illness

Acupuncture

Balance Your Energy

Reduce Pain

Laboratory assessment

Understand your biochemical individuality

Due to corona virus our office is currently seeing only fully vaccinated patients in person. Telephone consults are available when appropriate for the unvaccinated.

We require masks for everyone and follow all CDC guidelines for safety.   

See free information on immune support below.

PaulReilly ND, L.Ac.

253-752-4544

Paul Reilly ND, L.Ac.

Your Health is Our Top Priority

Doctor Reilly offers a natural and holistic approach to medicine, that promotes healing and wellness using natural therapies and acupuncture.  

Doctor Reilly strongly encourages and educates patients  how best to take care of their own health using history, lab and physical exams to guide his recommendations.

Dr Reilly is not currently accepting new patients.

 
 

Contact Us

Address:

Hours

3620 6th Ave
Tacoma, WA 98406

Phone:

253-752-4544

Mon: 9 AM-1PM & 2PM-6PM

Tues: 9AM-12PM & 1PM-5PM

Wed: 9AM-5PM

Thur: 9AM-12PM &1PM-5PM

Fri-Sun:  CLOSED:

 

USEFUL LINKS

Salish Cancer Center: www.salishcancercenter.com

Nick Chen, MD:  www.Seattle IntegrativeCancerCenter.com

Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians: www.WANP.org

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians: www.naturopathic.org

Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians: www.ONCANP.org

BLOG pages:   paulreillynd.blog

Our office is open  for current patients visits and to dispense supplements.  Please call ahead to ensure desired items are in stock.  Also face masks are required while at office.

                        Corona Virus Information

 

Prevention

Follow all the usual advice regarding cold & flu prevention:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (the equivalent of singing “Happy Birthday” twice.)

  • Use hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol if handwashing is unavailable.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash hands.  If there is no tissue available, please use the “cough into your arm” technique to prevent airborne particles from escaping. If you have sneezed or coughed onto your hand, please wash your hands before moving on with your activities. YOU can prevent spread.

  • Limit contact with people who are actively sick with coughing, sneezing and other symptoms.

  • Limit contact with large groups. Maintain “Social Distancing” of 6 feet or more when in public.

  • Wear a mask when unable to maintain social distancing.

  • Avoid/minimize indoor crowds such as at gyms, restaurants, bars etc.  

  • Get a COVID vaccine. This will both protect you and help prevent the spread of COVID to others.

  • If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, call your health care professional or a walk-in clinic to receive instructions on steps to take.

 

Immune Support

 One possible reason that older people are more susceptible to this virus (and many other infections like shingles and pneumonia) is that the immune system weakens with age.  So it is especially important to focus on immune support and antiviral support including:

a. Vitamin D adequate to keep blood levels at the range of 50-80 ng/ml (approx 5000 iu daily for most people)

b. Vitamin C 1000 mg 2-4 times daily

c. Take a good multiple vitamin that includes zinc and vitamin A

d. Take immune supporting herbs such as Echinacea, Astragalus, Coriolus mushrooms etc

e. Get adequate rest.

f. Avoid excess sugars which depress immune function

 

If you develop symptoms, do the following:

a. STAY HOME, preferably in a single room (self quarantining)

b. take your temperature and track symptoms

c. increase intake of Echinacea (2 caps 4 times daily), zinc lozenges (1 every 1-2 hrs), and vitamin C ( 1000-2000 mg every 2 hrs. Reduce slightly if getting loose stools) vitamin A (25,000-50,000 iu daily for 1 week). Try steam breathing with eucalyptus oil.

d. CALL your doctor (don’t go in to office).  They will help determine if your symptoms seem likely to be COVID-19 or a garden variety flu and whether you should be tested.  

253-752-4544

3620 6th Ave
Tacoma, Pierce County 98406
USA

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