Dr. Laura Lambert Rampe is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in the state of Arizona. She is licensed as a general family practitioner, and focuses her practice on gut health, women’s health, environmental medicine and sports/athletic endurance therapy. Specific areas of interest include: fatigue, pain, fertility, fibroids, hormonal imbalances, gastro-intestinal distress and IBS, energy/endurance, sleep disturbances, menopausal symptoms, and acute illness.
Dr. Lambert Rampe is aware that in today’s high paced society, many people work under high stress situations that are depleting to our body, often leading to sub-optimal health or even illness. To address this, along with taking a thorough case history, Dr. Lambert Rampe will often utilize specialty testing such as IgG Food Allergy testing, MicroNutrient testing and hormone testing. These tests provide individualized information for each patient, in which specific therapies can then be used to help the body to heal. Individualized treatment therapies often involve one or more of the following: homeopathy, botanical medicine, acupuncture, nutritional support, and hormonal support.
In addition to seeing patients Dr. Lambert Rampe enjoys teaching, cooking and volunteering. She is currently adjunct faculty at SWIHA and spent several years as adjunct faculty at SCNM and other post secondary schools in Arizona and California. She has spent time in Rocky Point, Mexico and Ometempe, Nicaragua volunteering with Naturopathic Doctors Without Borders and Naturopathic Doctors International (respectively). Dr. Lambert Rampe is also trained as a Reike practitioner and maintains a yoga and meditation practice as part of her lifestyle. Dr. Lambert Rampe graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to medical school, Dr. Lambert Rampe received her bachelor’s degree from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
Dr. Lambert Rampe currently resides in the greater Los Angeles area in California with her husband and daughter.