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Welcome! We look forward to caring for you and your family.

Sara Thyr is a fully-licensed naturopathic primary care doctor who specializes in caring for women, children and all family members. Naturopathic care aims to find and treat the cause of disease, prevent illness and can effectively and safely treat common ailments when they do arise. Dr. Thyr can treat your entire family at all stages of life and offers an alternative or complementary approach to conventional medicine.

Dr. Thyr specializes in diagnosing and treating food allergies. Symptoms may include headaches, autism (and spectrum disorders), fatigue, PMS, insomnia, digestive disorders like IBS, constipation and acid reflux, chronic or recurrent infections, and skin disorders such as eczema and acne.

Dr. Thyr offers naturopathic therapies for people of all ages. Symptoms of menopause, insomnia, and memory issues are handled with nutrient and lifestyle treatments. High cholesterol, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes and other health issues associated with aging can also be managed without using medications in most cases.

Whether you are starting your family, or enjoying the golden years, turn to Dr. Thyr for a compassionate healthcare experience that is tailored to your individual issues and needs.

The Far-Infrared Sauna is now available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Enjoy its penetrating heat, detoxification and deep relaxation. The cost is $15 for a 20 minutes session, or a pack of 5 saunas for $50 (savings of $25). Call to set up an appointment today! 707-780-6033.

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Office Hours:

Tue,Thu 10:00am -5:00pm; Wed 2:00pm - 5:00pm; Fri 12:00pm–7:00pm

Interactive blog with Dr. Thyr at DrThyr.Wordpress.com http://drthyr.wordpress.com/

Phone 707-780-6033

Fax 707-283-0064

Address 405 D Street Suite 1 Petaluma, CA 94952

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The Bleach Paradox

July 1, 2015 | Sarah Bedell Cook, ND

Study links domestic use of bleach with infections in children

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