Dr. Hayley Jensen, ND, MSOM
Nourishing Life Natural Health
- Queer Health
- Pain Management
- Psycho-spiritual Wellness
- Japanese Acupuncture and Bodywork
- Internal Medicine
Dr. Hayley Jensen is an integrative naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist practicing in southeast Portland, Oregon. Following their passionate interest in understanding the inner workings of life, Dr. Hayley graduated with their Bachelor of Science degree in Bioengineering from California Lutheran University prior to pursuing their Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and Masters degree (MSOM) in the studies of East Asian medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Hayley is continuing their clinical training in mentorship with dr. kacy borba span at Quercus Natural Health, located at Opening To Life.
In following their heart-mission, Dr. Hayley practices these healing arts helping each person they meet connect with their fullest potential and experience peace and health. Dr. Hayley is dedicated to understanding the root cause of imbalances in the body which manifest in dis-ease through providing individualized treatments to help reinstate harmony and promote a greater well-being for each patient.
Dr. Hayley offers a variety of treatment, including Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion which uses thinner needles and non-insertion needle techniques (including Shonishin, Japanese non-insertion techniques for children), qigong, homeopathy, western botanical medicine, bodywork and structural issues (myofascial release, qigong tuina, so-tai), nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, and Chinese herbal medicine.
With these modalities, they work with a variety of patient populations and conditions, Dr. Hayley has a special interest in LGBTQ health, mental and psycho-spiritual wellness, autoimmune disorders, digestive disorders, chronic pain, and treating other chronic conditions.
For fun outside of medicine and healing, Dr. Hayley enjoys mountain biking with their lab/pit mix named Fern, snowboarding, making music with friends, practicing meditation and qigong, gardening, cooking for and with friends, and connecting with plants and animals in the forest and around their neighborhood.