MEET DR. BEKA
"I enjoy working with patients who feel they haven’t been given much hope from the traditional medical community and working with them to help improve their quality of life.
I particularly enjoy the detective work behind autoimmune and chronic disease. These patients are often not given much hope or options from the traditional medical community, and frequently there are options. Diet and lifestyle are my main treatments, these require a significant amount of education which is a priority for me.
Did you know that ‘doctor’ comes from the latin, ‘docere’ which means teacher, this is one of my favorite parts of my job!"
Dr. Rebekah OldenKamp (Dr. Beka) has completed 10 years of education. Her undergraduate work was completed at Edmonds Community College in Edmonds WA and Greenville College in Greenville IL where she received her BA in biology and a minor in religion. During her undergraduate studies she completed a semester abroad in southern Africa, spending the majority of her time in South Africa and Mozambique. While there her studies were focused on African culture, poverty, and development.
Between her undergraduate work and medical education she spent a year as a full time barista before transitioning into her medical studies at Bastyr University in Kenmore WA. During her clinical training she spent many rotations working with under served communities at local women’s shelters, the 45thStreet Clinic, and Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center in Seattle. She has received extra training in Activator Method, Crainosacral Therapy, and Biofeedback.
Dr Beka is a native to the greater Seattle area. Her hobbies include camping, hiking, cooking, and gardening and she spent majority of her time growing up in her parents small business ‘Castle Framing’ in Bothell WA. Dr Beka is a member of Christ the King church in Monroe.
110 Cedar Avenue Suite 101,
Snohomish Wa 98290
Phone: (360) 282-4014
Fax: (360) 282-4017