About Dr. Hardin
Dr. Angela Hardin is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her second year of residency at the National University of Natural Medicine. Prior to medical school, Dr. Hardin received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sports Science with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy from Texas State University.
Dr. Hardin offers her patients integrative primary care with a focus on mental health, chronic pain and neurologic disorders, including care for traumatic brain injuries, post-concussive syndromes, chronic migraines, movement disorders and neurodegenerative conditions. She has been a licensed massage therapist for many years and has completed additional trainings in craniosacral, visceral manipulation and pelvic floor rehabilitation therapies.
Healing is a journey, and there are countless paths that lead to that destination. There is no “one-size-fits-all”. Dr. Hardin loves the mystery and intricacies of medicine, and learning what makes someone unique. She utilizes the full gamut of naturopathic treatment options, from higher intervention therapies such as intravenous infusions and pharmaceuticals to low-dose botanicals, flower essences and homeopathy. She believes that every patient deserves those few extra minutes focused on education and shared decision-making. Only the patient truly knows what they resonate with and what might work best for them.
When she is not serving her patients, Dr. Hardin is likely cuddling with one (or all) of her three dogs. One of her goals for the future is to assist in training therapy and service dogs for retired military veterans and other individuals with disabilities
Licensed Naturopathic Doctor, Oregon
National University of Natural University
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
PGY-2 Academic Residency in Family Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine
PGY-1 Academic Residency in Family Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine
Functional Gastroenterology Mentorship, National University of Natural Medicine (4 years)
Neurology and Chronic Pain Mentorship, National University of Natural Medicine (1.5 years)
Mental Health Mentorship, National University of Natural Medicine (1.5 years)
Primary Care for Underserved Populations Mentorship, Old Town Clinic and NUNM Community Clinics in Beaverton and Tigard (3 months)
Chronic Pain and Hypermobility Disorders Mentorship, OHSU Richmond Clinic (3 months)
- Hardin A, Baldwin-Sayre C. L-Methylfolate as a Monotherapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression: A Case Study. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal. 2020: 19(5). PMID: 33132780
- Hardin A, Corn J. Naturopathic Treatment of an Inflamed Epidermoid Cyst: A Case Report. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal. 2020: 19(6):32-35. PMID: 33488308
- Codino H, Hardin A. Low Dose Naltrexone in Conjunction with the Wahls Protocol to Reduce the Frequency of Chronic Migraines in a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis: A Case Study Under Peer Review