LaKota Scott, ND, weaves together an Indigenous cultural approach with naturopathic medicine to provide trauma-informed and culturally safe care for individuals seeking support in generative health, pregnancy, and postpartum.
Dr. LaKota Scott is a Board-Certified Naturopathic Physician with a Certificate in Natural Childbirth. She completed her naturopathic medical training at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, with a keen focus on midwifery, physical medicine, generative health, and community health. She has completed training in Integrative Pelvic Therapy and Mayan Abdominal Massage.
LaKota believes that the patient’s perspective defines health, and she aims to assist patients in creating a plan to achieve their goals. She focuses on nutrition, sleep, exercise, and stress management before utilizing supplements and medications to help patients attain health goals.
She offers bodywork in abdominal-uterine release, pelvic floor therapy, and pregnancy massage. Abdominal-uterine release and pelvic floor therapy help address the following: incontinence, pelvic floor weakness, abdominal adhesions, PMS, fibroids, painful intercourse, fertility challenges, and reconnecting to the pelvic bowl after trauma. Pregnancy massage is helpful to enhance fertility, optimize pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
Dr. Scott is originally from Arizona, on the Navajo Nation. Ashiihi nishli. Todichiinii bashishchiin. Tlizilani ei dashicheii doo dashinali. She enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.
Lakota has appointments available for Naturopathic Medicine, abdominal-uterine release, pelvic floor therapy, and pregnancy massage.