Dr. Jacqueline Thomas is a licensed naturopathic physician who graduated from Bastyr University in 1995. After finishing her doctorate in naturopathic medicine, she completed a clinical residency in primary care and preventive medicine with Dr. Robin Moore in Olympia, WA. She went on to complete advanced training for detoxification, allergy management, and physical medicine at the Center for Optimal Health in Bellevue, WA. Her latest published work is, “Infertility Due to Luteal Phase Defects: Options in Diagnosis, and Treatment with Bio-identical Progesterone,” which was published in the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Jacqueline Thomas has a passionate commitment to global wellness that led to a two-year tour of duty in Sierra Leone, West Africa with the Peace Corps. Following this, she pursued pre-medical studies at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and psychology.
Dr. Jacqueline Thomas is fully committed to a vision of medicine that is both compassionate and scientific. Her work focuses on creating a healing partnership with the individuals under her care so that the quality of their lives can be restored and augmented. Her treatments are tailored to the physical and emotional needs of each person individually, relying on strategies that deal with the root cause of a given health problem. In addition to primary care services, Dr. Thomas also offers one-on-one individual therapy for relationship issues, life transitions, and lifestyle management.
Together with her husband, Dr. Gary Piscopo, Dr. Thomas founded the Alpine Valley Natural Health Clinic in 1997, which has grown into one of the most successful naturopathic clinics in Wenatchee, WA and all of Central Washington.
Dr. Thomas’ work with global issues continues to the present day. She continues to foster the spirit of international cooperation through her involvement with various national and international charity organizations.