Family Nurse Practitioner, Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor
Laura Marx has been a Family Nurse Practitioner for 35 years. She has practiced in a variety of settings: migrant clinics, women’s health and general family practice. She now is also an Assistant Clerical Professor for MSU School of Nursing on the Missoula Campus.
Laura has always believed that patients have a choice in their health care, whether that is traditional Western medicine or integrating other time-honored models into their treatment plan. It is her passion that clients recognize and honor their relationship to nature and the natural world and that they are microcosms of the environment in which they live. Being aware of this connection and integrating it into their daily lives can aid in establishing a healthy life as well as help in the healing process. She is open to collaborating with other practitioners to facilitate the client’s optimal sense of health and well-being. Laura’s family practice focus is on infants, children, and their families.
Ayurvedic medicine is one model that honors our relationship to the natural world and that health encompasses mind, body, and spirit. Laura studies Ayurvedic medicine and has completed an Ayurvedic Wellness program at Mt. Madonna Institute in California. She is an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and continues in this academic endeavor to be able to integrate this work into her family practice.
Laura looks forward to working compassionately with clients in their pursuit of complete health and well-being. She sees patients at all age levels: newborn, child, adolescent, adult, and the ageless.
Contact: 406 546 3043