Dr. Connor Coffin, ND

Growing up in Seattle Washington, Dr. Coffin had the good fortune of seeing a Naturopathic physician as his primary care provider for the entirety of his young life. The excellent care he received—working together with a doctor to create health in body, mind and spirit—inspired him to follow in his doctor’s footsteps and also become a Naturopath.

Dr. Coffin studied Biology at BYU Hawaii where he lived for six years. After completing his Bachelor’s degree there he went on to get his Doctorate degree from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM), one of the nation’s leading institutions for science-based natural medicine.

After becoming a Naturopathic Doctor he completed a 1-year residency in Amherst, New Hampshire to learn firsthand about Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses. There he developed a deep interest in infectious disease and chronic illnesses becoming passionate about helping his patients battle Lyme and find relief. After completing his residency he became an associate at Greenhouse Naturopathic Medicine where he continued to help patients of all ages and backgrounds reach their health goals.

While in New England he had the opportunity to shadow and collaborate with a variety of clinicians treating Lyme including The Dean Center for Tick-Borne Illness at Harvard University. Dr. Coffin now joins Dr. Vosloo and Dr. Day at the Restorative Health Clinic in Tualatin, OR where he plans on continuing his focus treating Tick-Borne illness and other chronic conditions.


Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine – Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe, AZ | 2011 – 2015

Bachelor of Science, Biology Pre-Professional Brigham Young University, Laie, HI | 2006 – 2010

Clinical Experience

Greenhouse Naturopathic Medicine | Amherst, NH
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine 2016- 2017
Private Practice Specializing in Tick Borne Illnesses

Greenhouse Naturopathic Medicine | Amherst, NH
Resident Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine 2015-2016
Dr. Julia Greenspan ND


Fluent in Spanish