About Lisa Kamphuis, ARNP
Before opening her own practice in 2002, Lisa Kamphuis was a nurse practitioner in a family planning clinic, and subsequently in a traditional women’s health clinic. She saw beyond the 4-5 patients an hour schedule, an opportunity to teach her clients about preventative health using nutrition, supplements, herbs, and lifestyle approaches. Lisa uses a connection with her clients to personalize an individual plan, always with a team approach, empowering clients to listen to their body’s needs and messages.
Lisa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Iowa State University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Iowa. She completed her Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner education through the Family Planning Council of Iowa. Lisa has studied Integrative Medicine since 1999. She has always had a passion for the power of nutrition, and has studied integrative medicine through countless conferences, workshops, and courses. She is continually expanding her knowledge base. She is an active member of the Association for Restorative Medicine, and is pursuing certification in Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) treatment.
About Whole Woman Health
Whole Woman Health is a holistic healthcare facility in Des Moines, Iowa, specializing in integrative endocrinology. Unlike traditional medical clinics that focus on prescription medication, we first look to natural medicine and supplements, lifestyle modifications, and nutritional changes to help you feel your best. Lisa will spend time listening to your story, and exploring options to create better balance in your life. Whole Woman Health will give you the information, tools and support for a lifetime of health.
About Nurse Practitioners
Nurse practitioners can serve as a patient’s primary health care provider, offering both traditional and alterative healing methods. A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse who has completed advanced training in the management of common medical conditions. With national certification in his or her area of specialty, a nurse practitioner is qualified to assess, diagnose and treat health problems, as well as prescribe certain medications. The core philosophy of the field is individualized care, with an emphasis on prevention, wellness and patient education.