17311 135th Ave NE,
Ste. C-800
Woodinville, WA 98072
T: 425.402.9999
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Meet the Team

Dr. Brianna Eickmeyer
After battling a chronic disease for over ten years, Dr. Brianna Eickmeyer found naturopathic medicine and it helped give her a new lease on life. Once she recovered, she committed to becoming a naturopathic physician in order to help reach others. Dr. Eickmeyer understands the importance of taking time with her patients to really understand what is going on and looks to find the root cause of a patient's symptoms. Her healing philosophy is grounded in the principles of naturopathic medicine where she emphasizes treating the whole person not just a specific sign or symptom.

In addition to naturopathic primary care, Dr. Eickmeyer's clinical interest include the treatment of gastrointestinal illnesses. Dr. Eickmeyer commonly diagnoses and treats the following conditions:

-Celiac disease
-Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
-Diarrhea & constipation
-Heartburn & acid reflux
-Histamine Intolerance
-Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
-Multiple food sensitivities
-Nausea & vomiting
-Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) & intestinal fungal overgrowth

Dr. Brianna Eickmeyer graduated from Bastyr University with a Doctor Naturopathic Medicine (ND). While attending Bastyr, Dr. Eickmeyer served as Vice-President of the local Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NNSA) Chapter for one year and as Chief Administrative Officer of Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) International. She is a current member of Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians and is also a proud member the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Because learning is a life-long journey, Dr. Eickmeyer is a regular attendant of lectures and conferences focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal disorders.
Dr. Tom Klos
Dr. Klos has been with Health Moves for over 2yrs after practicing for 12 years in Kirkland, Washington. His focus is on primary care, gastro-intestinal, food allergies and joint manipulation.

He is happy to be back in Woodinville after a 25year absence where the childhood home on 5 acres of fruit trees and surrounding forest was out near Crystal Lake. He now lives in Seattle with his wife Jackie, who is an assistant professor in the UW's family medicine program, and young son Leo. (ND vs. MD, can you imagine the talks around their dinner table?)

While he obtained his BA degree at The Evergreen State College, he studied abroad in France, Italy, Greece and Turkey and played rugby. He spent a semester reading Plato's Republic & worked on a fishing boat in Alaska to pay for his senior year.

After college he worked for Wilderness Cruises as a deckhand spending the winters in Mexico and the summers up in Alaska. He then bought a bicycle and three days later joined two friends to spend the next 3 months cycling the western United States. After 3,000 miles and crossing the continental divide 7 times he cycled home over Stevens pass and back to Woodinville.

Dr. Klos later studied chemistry and biology and went to Bastyr University to obtain his doctorate in naturopathic medicine. He assures us he is staying put for now and is a home-body who enjoys cooking for his family.
Dr. Renee Plummer
Dr. Renee Plummer is a general practitioner who specializes in women’s health,
endocrinology, and physical medicine. Her goal is to combine holistic and conventional
medicine to promote a balanced whole body with an emphasis on mind-body
On the path to her Doctorate, Dr. Plummer had a conversation about the six principles
of naturopathic medicine with a Bastyr student. This led her to realize the value that she
places on having a therapeutic relationship with every patient. Because this was an
aspect of health care that she did not experience growing up, it became a driving force
of her philosophy. This is why you will often hear Dr. Plummer’s laughter spontaneously
permeate throughout Health Moves or hear her humming her favorite song of the day.
Being around people fuels her and provides her with a vivacious, infectious energy.
Taking care of her family is the primary reason that Dr. Plummer worked her whole life
to become a doctor. She grew up in a house full of strong women who pushed her to do
her best in every aspect of her life, an approach she follows to this day. In high school,
along with her academic studies, Dr. Plummer took on the challenges of competitive
sports, student body politics, medical internships and teaching roles. She was a leader
in the classroom, on the basketball court and holds an Auburn High School Record for
the 100 meter dash in track. She is also particularly proud of her role in coordinating
events as Senior Class President and Social Chair. The values instilled in her by her
family were summarized in this quote from her graduation speech: “the only time
success comes before work is in the dictionary.” Putting in the hard work each day is
how Dr. Plummer gives back to her family and the community at large.
A Washington native, Dr. Plummer was born and raised in Seattle where she trained
tirelessly at the University of Washington and Bastyr University. She holds a Bachelor of
Science in Biology and a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. With this background, she
provides holistic care to all ages, ranging from adolescents to geriatric patients. She is
thoroughly trained in pharmaceutical medicine as well as counseling, nutrition, herbal
medicine, homeopathy, physical medicine and environmental medicine. She has also
furthered her medical education by becoming a certified Biofeedback Practitioner as
well as a certified Kinesiology Taping Practitioner.
This rigorous and thorough training has helped Dr. Plummer to refine her diagnostic and
treatment techniques. At the core of her methodology is a desire to energize, empower
and stimulate growth in her patients, motivating them to reach their optimal health.
Open lines of communication and trust are essential to breaking the cycle of chronic
illness. An open two-way dialogue helps both Dr. Plummer and her patient stay on the
same page when identifying the aspects of their health that need attention. By working
with Dr. Plummer you have the luxury to be seen, heard, and helped by a physician who
cares about you and your family.
Dr. Azadeh Fariba
Dr. Azadeh Fariba strongly believes in empowering her patients to take their health and power back into their own hands.

Dr. Fariba's journey to naturopathic medicine began when someone she loved was diagnosed with a chronic condition and told they would need to take steroids for the rest of their life. Although she was not a doctor at this time, she knew in her soul that health care is not about giving people a diagnosis, putting them in a box, prescribing a pill and sending them away. She decided to change her path from traditional medicine to naturopathic medicine and attended Bastyr University where she learned all the modalities that supported her belief system.

Since graduating medical school, Dr. Fariba has completed a two-year residency as well as the course work through the Institute of Functional Medicine.

Dr. Fariba's specialties include gastrointestinal health including IBS, SIBO and IBD, metabolic conditions including diabetes and hypertension, autoimmune disease, mental health, preventative medicine and environmental medicine.

Dr. Fariba believes in treating the patient as a unique whole person rather than a set of symptoms. She empowers her patients by educating them on how to regain their health and prevent disease. She is incredibly passionate about helping her patients obtain optimal health so they may be able to live their true purpose.

When Dr. Fariba is not practicing medicine, she enjoys attending medical conferences, playing with her two jack Russell terriers, running, hiking, practicing yoga, wine tasting and listening to live music.
Dr. Eric Yarnell
Dr. Yarnell is a noted authority specializing in men's health, urinary tract problems (in men & women), and kidney problems (in men & women). Dr. Yarnell's goal is to provide extraordinary, personalized care for his patients, working to not only relieve symptoms as he can, but also to find the causes behind the symptoms. As a professor teaching these subjects to medical students and doctors for over 20 years, he is much sought after for his expertise. He is also one of the preeminent practitioners and teachers of herbal medicine.Dr. Yarnell graduated from Bastyr University in 1996. He completed a two-year residency with Silena Heron, ND, in Sedona, Arizona, working in naturopathic family care and herbal medicine. He went on to work as chair of the department of botanical medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona for a year and a half. Until recently, Dr. Yarnell was a full professor in the department of botanical medicine at Bastyr University, where he has taught for over 15 years. He has recently stepped down to adjunct professor to focus more time on his research. Dr. Yarnell received a training grant through Bastyr University and funded by the National Institutes of Health (grant R25AT002876) to complete a basic certificate in clinical research at the University of Washington. His research on the herbal compound artemisinin in men with prostate cancer was published in 2015 in the Journal of Restorative Medicine. His current research includes:
Herbal treatments for drug-resistant urinary tract infections
Herbal treatments for polycystic kidney disease
Historical vs. current efficacy of diuretic herbs

Dr. Yarnell has published hundreds of articles about urology, herbal medicine, and related fields. He has also published numerous textbooks, including his most recent titles Natural Approach to Urology (2nd ed), Natural Approach to Prostate Conditions (2nd ed), and Natural Approach to Gastroenterology (2nd ed), volumes 1 and 2. Dr. Yarnell is also internationally known and respected, and has lectured to health care practitioners around the world.