Center of Excellence–Our Team

Martin Milner, ND

Martin_Milner_webDr. Martin Milner has devoted the focus of his medical practice to naturopathic cardiovascular medicine since 1985. He is medical director and founder of the Center for Natu­ral Medicine, Inc., one of the oldest integrative medicine clinics in the Northwest.

A 1983 graduate of the National University (College) of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Milner has been NUNM’s professor of car­diovascular and pulmonary medicine since 1987. In 1999, Dr. Milner became an NCNM clinical faculty member and founded the Heart & Lung Wellness program to enhance patient care and student training in naturopathic cardio­vascular medicine.

Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, ND

CBaldwin-Sayre_webDr. Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, a 2004 NCNM graduate, completed her Heart & Lung Wellness program internship that same year. She was the Heart and Lung Wellness resident from 2004-2007. She is now in private clinical practice, an adjunct faculty member for NUNM’s naturopathic medicine program, and a clinical preceptor. Dr. Baldwin-Sayre also is the vice president of the Oregon Association of Naturo­pathic Physicians.

Alena Guggenheim, ND

Alena_webDr. Alena Guggenheim, a 2007 NCNM graduate, was the Heart & Lung Well­ness program resident from 2007 to 2009. She is in private clinical practice, is a clinical preceptor, and an adjunct faculty member for the naturopathic medicine and research programs at NUNM.



Dana Waichunas, ND

Dana_webDr. Dana Waichunas graduated from NCNM and completed her Heart & Lung Wellness program internship in 2010. She then completed her residency at the Center for Natural Medicine in 2011. Dr. Waichunas has a background in research, and is now in private clinical practice at CNM and a clinical preceptor for naturopathic students.



Janna Redding, ND

JRedding_webDr. Janna Redding graduated from NCNM in 2012 and completed Heart & Lung Wellness program internships in 2011 and 2012. She is currently Dr. Milner’s private resident at the Center for Natural Medicine and will continue in that capacity through 2014. Dr. Redding’s research and writing interests include neurotransmitter regulation and a case series on the use of the Milner Acetylcholine Protocol.