Copesthetic health, Naturopathic Medicine
Total years in practice: 4
Dr. Cope, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, brings her unique expertise of Fertility, PCOS, PMS and integrated medicine to the Warrenton and Culpeper community. Dr. Cope takes an embodied cyclical approach to women’s health that teaches her patients to learn their cycles and patterns and empowers them to build their own seasonal health arsenal at home.
Painful periods are common, but not normal. Dr. Cope teaches her patients that menstruation is a fifth vital sign and how to use their monthly cycle as a meter for health.
Dr. Cope was licensed by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine in 2016. After gaining experience in the primary care setting, Dr. Cope came to Virginia in 2018 to bring her expertise in areas that have less accessibility to natural medicine. She continued her education in Traumatology along with Women’s Health. She has studied pharmacology, herbalism, nutrition and pharmaceuticals, physical medicine and diagnostic imaging. Each course has prepared her to use true integrated healthcare in order to give her patients options to choose their healing path.
Trauma-trained Physician that specializes in women’s health - women in transition from menses through menopause. I practice through the lens of a whole body system, using balanced clinical information and intuition in order to resolve symptoms causing imbalance and disharmony. Through labs, nutritional supplementation, therapeutic diet, lifestyle changes, herbs, and 5-element; patients resolve symptoms of hormone imbalance including acne, digestive issues, fatigue, dry skin, and thinning hair, decreased sex drive, irregular and/ or heavy menses, infertility, chronic infections, autoimmune symptoms, mood swings and depression.