Keith Zeitlin, N.D.
Dr. Zeitlin is a board certified Naturopathic Physician who is licensed in both Connecticut and Washington State. He is the medical director of 5 Elements Naturopathic Health Center, LLC and the former medical director of Achieving Wellness. He is a regular contributor to Delicious Living and Living Well magazines and the immediate past secretary of the Connecticut Naturopathic Association.
Dr. Zeitlin is a graduate of both Florida State University where he was trained in Psycho-biology and Anthropology and of Bastyr University where he earned several distinctions. After graduation from Naturopathic Medical School, Dr. Zeitlin obtained and finished a one-year residency in orthopedics and physical medicine. During his medical training, Dr. Zeitlin did several advanced externships in cardiology. Using this knowledge he was able to obtain a position as adjunct professor of Cardiology at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine.
His enjoyment of teaching was further engaged through Neurology and Pathology teaching positions at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. CCMT is one of the nation’s most renowned Massage Therapy Schools. Although he has recently taken a hiatus from his teaching responsibilities to further focus on clinical practice and family life, he feels education of his patients is his primary calling.
Dr. Zeitlin believes that finding the true cause of a patient’s illness is the purpose behind his practice. Teaching them how to obtain and maintain their health is the highest ideal of a Naturopathic Physician.
Lindsay Ronshagen, N.D.
Dr. Ronshagen is a licensed naturopathic physician. She graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon prior to returning to her home state of Connecticut. She has recently completed a teaching residency at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is honored to be joining her mentor at 5-Elements Naturopathic Health Center.
Dr. Ronshagen believes being trained in both conventional and natural therapies allows her to provide individualized health care to fit each patient’s needs. She is committed to empowering and guiding her patients toward better health through education, while encouraging them to make their own informed decisions.
Dr. Ronshagen specializes in the use of nutritional, botanical, and physical medicine in treating a variety of medical conditions. In addition to providing naturopathic primary care, Dr. Ronshagen has a special interest in woman’s health and wellness, as well as the field of endocrinology. When outside of the clinic, Dr. Ronshagen spends as much time as possible in her garden, on the yoga mat, cooking delicious meals, exploring the outdoors and enjoying her family, friends and 7 year-old pup, Nadi.