Dr. Deb Bossio is a licensed Naturopathic Physician practicing in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
As a family practice physician, Doctor Bossio provides comprehensive
health care to all members of the family. Patients can expect individualized
treatment plans that may include diet and nutritional therapy, herbal
medicine, homeopathy, and physical medicine. Dr. Bossio has an open,
holistic approach to medicine and is known for taking the time to get
to know her patients. She looks forward to assisting patients in their
quest for optimal health and well-being.
In addition to her general practice, Dr. Bossio also specializes
in women’s health. She has trained with a reproductive endocrinologist
in Portland, Oregon and with renowned naturopath Tori Hudson,
a national leader in women’s health and author of Women’s
Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. Inspired by these experiences, Dr.
Bossio treats a wide variety of women’s issues including menopause,
infertility, and menstrual disorders.
Deb Bossio, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Physician in the State
of Connecticut and a member of the American
Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
After receiving undergraduate degrees in Biology and Anthropology
from Colby College, she earned her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine
from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. She then joined National College
of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon to complete her residency
in family medicine. Dr. Bossio received additional medical training
at Seattle Children's Hospital, Highline Cancer Center, and West Hill
Gastroenterology. Before establishing her practice in Ridgefield, CT, Dr. Bossio served patients
in private practice at Hawleyville Naturopathic Medical Center in Newtown,
CT. There, she worked alongside Dr. Joshua Berry, a distinguished naturopathic
pediatrician and Lyme disease specialist.
When not practicing medicine you are likely to find Dr. Bossio
taking in nature's splendor with her daughters and husband. She
is equally at home in the yoga studio, at the seashore or climbing
a mountain peak.