Dr. Orna’s Immune Resilience Action Guide

Medicine isn’t just what you get at a doctor’s office. Medicine is in our kitchens, our gardens, our grocery stores and our natural surroundings. Grab my free Immune Resilience Action Guide to help you and your loved ones stay strong during these intense times.

How do we do this? We work on maximizing our physical and emotional health so we can flex and adapt and fight if we have to. The name of the game resilience, the ability to bounce instead of breaking (even if bouncing may hurt.)

Note that I’m not talking about “boosting” immunity.

We want to make sure our immune systems are robust and able to do exactly what we want them to: ramp up to fight pathogens and then calm down again when the threat is past.

The 10 tips in this guide are ones I recommend to all my patients — and use myself. I hope you find them helpful.

Grab your copy here.


—Dr. Orna

New website coming soon!

I had a lot of travel planned for 2020, and we all know how that turned out. The adventures instead shifted online.

There have been more webinars. There are online courses coming. And, to launch it all, I’ve been working on major website updates. (And “I” really means Taylor Law of Bit Lore, here in Portland.)

The new Dr. Orna site should launch in mid November, with updates to my clinic page coming shortly thereafter.

If you’d like to be notified when these changes occur, follow this link to join my VIP email list — and get my 10-point Immune Resilience Action Guide for free!

Thanks so much for your interest and support. I look forward to our conversations.


— Dr. Orna

OANP: 5 ways conifers heal

Hello, OANP colleagues!

Thanks for clicking over. Get the promised notes about conifers by clicking here.


—Dr. Orna