Dr. Ghormley

Jill Ghormley, ND, MAMS

Naturopathic Physician
Pelvic floor specialist
Pediatric Sacral Occipital Technique
Neurological development/dysfunction specialist
Cranial sacral technique
Physical Medicine
Nasal specific technique for airway dysfunction

Through the experiences of her youth, Dr. Jill Ghormley developed a fascination with medicine and a desire to understand how the body works. She obtained a graduate degree in Biomedical Communications (Masters of Associated Medical Sciences) at the University of Illinois at Chicago and then pursued the arduous journey of becoming a physician. She is an award-winning Naturopathic physician who is a graduate of Bastyr University and the first licensed deaf ND in the US. She received Top Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine awards in 2016, 2018, and 2020 from The Leading Physicians of the World. She won VIS Award in her profession in 2019 for outstanding work in patient care and in teaching. Her passion for international medicine has led her to do volunteer medical work in Nepal, DR Congo, Russia, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka for the past 16 years. She plans to continue her work in developing countries and teach the power of self-reliance and self-healing both in the US and abroad. Dr. Ghormley is a physical medicine specialist who has a focus on pelvic floor rehabilitation that helps with incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and other issues related to the structure and function of the pelvic floor. She also has extensive experience with neurological deficits caused by trauma or brain injuries, delayed development, and autism spectrum disorders in adults and children. She provides complete post-injury musculoskeletal rehabilitation (including facial, TMJ, and sinuses). In addition to her pelvic floor work, she’s an area specialist in helping with feeding problems in newborns, especially with reflux and musculoskeletal dysfunction such as torticollis and plagiocephaly also known as misshapen head. Dr. Ghormley has advanced certification in Pediatric Sacral Occipital Technique (PSOT) to help children develop better balance in their growing years by working directly with the vagus nerve. Dr. Ghormley loves to teach and travel all over the world along with doing bouldering (rock climbing), cycling, or scuba diving in the cold Northwest! She is also an avid illustrator and hopes to have an art show this coming year to showcase her work.