Dr. Amanda Hegnauer is a licensed primary care naturopathic doctor in the state of New Hampshire. She earned her Doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. Since her time spent in Arizona she has worked in the naturopathic field, organizing and running a local naturopathic office, working in the supplement industry and was the past Executive Coordinator for the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She enjoys practicing as a primary care naturopathic doctor, lecturing within the community and acting as a Wellness Educator for the Concord Cooperative Market. Dr. Hegnauer continues to write for and is published in Naturopathic Doctor News and Review. She is a member of the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine. Currently, she is honored to be part of the State of New Hampshire Naturopathic Licensing Board.
Dr. Hegnauer has pursued numerous different paths in order to better understand her own healthcare needs and has found diet, lifestyle and a solid biochemical foundation to be the first step towards a healthy balance. Homeopathic medicine is one of her passions and believes it to be a very effective tool in achieving long term health. Her other interests include clinical nutrition including vitamin and mineral supplementation and botanical medicine to aid in the restoration of health and vitality.
As a naturopathic family doctor, Dr. Hegnauer sees patients of all ages. She holds a particular interest in chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases, endocrinology and gastroenterology. Because she practices individualized medicine, she sees many diagnoses including those of chronic illness and Lyme disease. Dr. Hegnauer has an additional focus in women’s health including treating the symptoms of menopause and utilizing bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.