Currently accepting new patients at Rutland Integrative Health.

Meet Dr. Laurel Erath

Dr. Laurel is originally from New York where she completed her bachelor’s degree in general biology from Stony Brook University. She spent the next four years completing didactic and clinical training at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. The residency program at Champlain Center for Natural Medicine in Shelburne, Vermont brought her back to the east coast and closer to her family in New York. She is grateful to be serving multiple Vermont communities, currently accepting new patients at Rutland Integrative Health.

Dr. Erath is a member of the Vermont Association of Naturopathic Physicians and International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society. She is also an active participant in the Continuing Education committee of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute.

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Dr. Erath offers free 15-minute consultations to prospective patients

The highest ideal of cure is the speedy, gentle, and enduring restoration of health by the most trustworthy and least harmful way.
– Samuel Hahnemann –

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Dr. Erath Services

Primary Care Services

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Conditions Treated

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Specialty Testing

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help the body return to an environment
where it can heal itself



Rutland Location

Located next to Berkshire Bank and Rutland Mental Health


“I have felt the ripples of our time together throughout my days, it’s been very wonderful! So grateful for you!”

– SL –

“I wanted to offer my sincere gratitude for the homeopathics you prescribed. I fully recovered without using the antibiotics. Thank you.”

— KM –

“Dr. Laurel, Thank you for helping us today. Your positive energy and good will was inspiring and healing in and of itself. You are wonderful!”

— PG & RG –


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