Dr. Ariana Langdon, ND
Dr. Langdon, originally from Chicago, comes from a family of physicians, nurses, and European diaspora. She first fell in love with medicine through the lens of global health; witnessing doctors in Haiti bring hygiene and medicine to rural populations in the early 1990’s. She continued this relief work in inner city Chicago, tutoring homeless children in math and reading. Her love of children eventually brought her to Ukraine where she visited orphanages with a group of doctors in 2007, cataloguing conditions well below World Health Organization standards.
Her undergraduate studies in Geography and French reflected her international pursuits, culminating in France, Germany and the UK. Her formal education in medicine began in a Chicago Emergency Department where she worked for four years while completing her post-baccalaureate in pre-med. She graduated from Bastyr University’s Naturopathic Medicine program and furthered her studies with Ayurvedic physician Dr. Vasant Lad and Western herbalist Matthew Wood.
With her patients, Dr. Langdon utilizes western and eastern medicine alongside evidence-based conventional guidelines to ensure patients receive collaborative and preventative care. She specializes in chronic disease, utilizing functional nutrition, IV therapy, laboratory analysis, counseling with Craniosacral Therapy and environmental medicine to treat. Outside of the clinic Dr. Langdon can be found gardening, woodworking or making Ukrainian dumplings. She lives with her son Julien in Seattle.