Happy Body Now Clinic

Hello and Welcome!

I’m Dr. Karen Hurley and I’m a Naturopathic Doctor, practitioner of functional medicine, great-aunt, hand drummer and plant lover!

My Story

I grew up in Chicago where I worked for the City, volunteered for nonprofits and was a medic in the Illinois Army National Guard...

  • Student

    I left to train at a 4 year accredited doctoral program where I married my deep desire to help people feel happier and more vital in their bodies with my call to immerse myself in the intense challenging study of medicine. I practice within a unique framework that integrates science and nature facilitating innovative, effective, powerful activations of physical healing in my patients. I am so appreciative to be able to collaborate with you on your healing journey.
  • Teacher/Mentor

    I graduated from Bastyr University with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 2007 then completed a year long primary care residency. I hold adjunct faculty appointments at the teaching clinic of Bastyr Center for Natural Health and Bastyr University. I attended patients in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and returned in 2013 to finish the medical mission.
  • Physician

    I love practicing as an ND delivering high quality primary and functional medicine-based health care with a clinical focus in women’s health, functional endocrinology and menopause. I also treat common conditions through sensible use of conventional and natural approaches.
  • Expert

    I integrate innovative natural medicine technologies with conventional evidence-based treatments that revitalize the menopausal woman into expressing a happier menopause body. I have appeared on radio and podcasts teaching on topics related to menopause. Click here to listen or watch Dr. Hurley talk about menopause.
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    Human Touch

    The menopause journey took me through my own set of health challenges. I tested (and balanced) my hormones, I looked at (and corrected) my nutritional imbalances and I tweaked my diet and lifestyle (more exercise ;-) to ease my transition.