Dr. McNamee is a licensed, board-certified Naturopathic Medical Doctor specializing in functional medicine, integrative neuroendocrinology, and the microbiota-gut-brain axis. Dr. McNamee recently completed certification in PreCode, an Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Memory loss certification through Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD, at UCLA.
Dr. McNamee practices a model of medicine that is holistic, patient-centered, and individualized, drawing from both conventional medicine and evidence-based functional and integrative therapies to achieve optimal health for his patients.
Dr. McNamee addresses the root cause of symptoms while considering the many facets of each patient’s unique physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental condition. His goal is to utilize the least invasive and most effective evidence-based treatment protocols, including targeted nutrient therapy and clinical nutrition, lifestyle modification, stress management, and bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.
Dr. McNamee has a decade of clinical experience in Silicon Valley and the Seattle area, focusing on restoring the health of high achievers through his root cause approach to medicine.
Dr. McNamee is currently pursuing advanced training in functional genomics. He is a member of The Institute for Functional Medicine, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
After completing the MCAT, Dr. McNamee embarked on a solo backpacking journey to learn about life and himself. He purchased a worldwide plane ticket that began in the South Pacific. Being immersed in different cultures gave him a different viewpoint and strengthened his ability to understand the background, history, and context people are coming from. He attributes his ability to have a strong sense of empathy, compassion, and open-mindedness, as well as being a team player, innovative thinker, and thinking outside of the box, to his experience traveling through developed countries.
He enjoys hiking, volunteering, kayaking, fishing, and cooking.