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Jaclyn Bain ND

Assistant Professor of Naturopathic Medicine Chair, Division Director of Clinical Education, Department Chair of Pre-Clinical Studies

Pediatrics, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurology, Dermatology, and Gastroenterology


About

Dr. Jaclyn Bain empowers patients through education, understanding, and healing. She provides her patients with a wide array of naturopathic and conventional treatment options as well as starting pediatric patients on a path of lifetime wellness. Nutrition, classical homeopathy, biomedical therapies, lifestyle optimization, risk factor education, and botanical medicine are her preferred methods to guide patients towards better health. She considers food insecurity, picky eating, and sensory challenges when guiding families.

Some of her experience includes post-graduate mentorships in pediatrics with a focus in autism, certified in Heavy Metal Chelation Therapy (International IV Nutritional Therapy), and in Naturopathic Environmental Medicine (SpiritMed). Dr. Bain additionally is involved in clinical research for autism spectrum disorder. She previously spent 10 years volunteering with Naturopaths Without Borders providing free medical services in Mexico and now spends her free time volunteering at animal shelters. 

Area of Focus

Pediatrics, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurology, Dermatology, and Gastroenterology

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology with minor in Women and Gender Studies, The College of New Jersey, 2009

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, 2013

General Medicine Residency, National University of Natural Medicine, 2014

Professional Associations

Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians (pedANP), Current PedANP Board Member