Loch Chandler, N.D., is a naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist who has been with Providence Cancer Center working in the Integrative Medicine Program for 10 years.
Currently, his specialty is in helping patients diagnosed with cancer minimize side effects of treatment and maximize quality of life as they are going through treatment. He also provides follow-up care to cancer patients with issues around survivorship.
Dr. Chandler also has a general medicine practice, where he sees people without cancer who have back or neck pain, digestive issues, allergies, asthma, and other conditions. Dr. Chandler has lectured around the United States on the topics of integrative medicine and cancer, and Chinese medicine and cancer.
Dr. Chandler recently finalized his Master of Public Administration degree with a focus in health administration (MPA:HA) at Portland State University.
Dr. Chandler was recently made the manager of Providence Integrative Medicine. He is excited to utilize his knowledge of integrative medicine and his new degree to help the integrative medicine program build connections and serve the Providence community.
When he is not at work or in school, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids at their home in the country, helping coach his son's lacrosse team, and refereeing boys youth and high school lacrosse and mens college lacrosse. He just finished the boys high school lacrosse season by refereeing the final game of the Cascade Cup.