We are an integrative practice for people and animals. We are veterinarian and a naturopathic doctor who have dreamed of creating a space where we can care for the whole family. The name, One Medicine, reflects that humans and animals have more in common, than not. One Medicine also reflects the approach to every patient. Our primary goal is to give the body the tools it needs to heal itself. This approach allows us to tailor a plan specific to each patient. An important part of every plan is preventive medicine to keep our patients healthy, balanced, and fit. We welcome you to our way of medicine, and encourage you to explore our website for more information.
Dr. Lisa Radwan
Dr. Radwan’s special interest is in Integrative Medicine. She has been providing this service since 1997. She is certified in veterinary acupuncture, chinese herbal medicine, spinal manipulation therapy, and has finished the coursework in animal rehabilitation therapy. She also holds a degree and license in human acupuncture. She has experience in treating many different species, from dogs and cats, to cows, horses, bison, deer, elk, poultry, humans, and native birds. She’s even treated penguins and an axolotl.
Dr. Radwan is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a BS in Biochemistry and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She is also a graduate of Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. She founded her own mixed animal practice in rural Oconto County and practiced there for 20 years. After she sold her practice, she practiced in New Zealand. On returning to the States, she was happy to return to Wisconsin, her favorite place.
Dr. Crystal Urban, Human Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist, Herbalist
Dr. Urban practices functional medicine where every patient is seen as unique, and where the underlying cause of illness is sought and treated. Dr. Urban spends time with her patient, listening to their history and determining genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that may have caused or contributed to illness and injury. In treatment, Dr. Urban employs the latest in evidence based medicine blended with time honored wisdoms to investigate and treat the root causes of the illness.
Dr. Urban earned her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Oriental Medicine from National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM),Portland, Oregon. NCNM is one of the 7 schools accredited by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education. Students graduating from this program take rigorous national board exams and in licensed states are equal to general practitioners MDs.