Dr. Jennifer Brusewitz

School of Naturopathic Medicine 



Adjunct Faculty



Women's Medicine, Digestive Disorders, Acute Illness
Wellness Support



ND, National College of Naturopathic Medicine, 2000

 Office Phone






CLE520  Clinical Hydro Rotation

CLE709  Clinical Secondary Rotation                     

CLE811  Clinical Primary Rotation



Dr. Jennifer Brusewitz addresses her patients’ concerns by examining multiple facets of their wellbeing. "As a naturopathic doctor, my goal is to collaborate with patients in order to balance all areas of their lives, creating a deep and lasting healing." 

Dr. Brusewitz bases her approach to treating patients on the foundational principle of naturopathic medicine known as “Nature Cure.”  With this philosophy as a guide, she aims to determine the cause of disease, remove any obstacles to wellness and then treat her patients with nutrients, plant medicine and hydrotherapy. Dr. Brusewitz addresses the areas of diet and nutrition, and uses food as medicine in the tradition of Weston A. Price, as well as counseling patients regarding other lifestyle factors.

Dr. Brusewitz graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a degree in history and studio art. She was drawn to naturopathic medicine after researching various alternative healing methods. “I was amazed by the comprehensive training naturopathic doctors receive, as well as the great variety of healing modalities used for treatments. The potential for profound healing drew me in.”

Following her completion of a doctorate in naturopathic medicine degree at National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2000, Dr. Brusewitz pursued a two-year family practice residency at NCNM’s clinics. She is currently a supervising clinician at NCNM’s community clinic Mercy & Wisdom. She is dedicated to her family and community, and her personal interests include her children, cooking, biking, music and joy.