About Us

Dr. Victoria Lutskovsky

Dr Victoria LutskovskyThe Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic was started by Dr. Victoria Lutskovsky to achieve her goals of treating the whole person and helping the body improve itself. Dr. Lutskovsky works with other health care professionals, including Doctors of Naturopathic Medicine, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and various laboratories.


Dr. Lutskovsky graduated as Doctor of Preventative Medicine in former USSR. Aside from traditional medicine, she studied and practiced acupuncture, acupressure, and laser therapy on acupuncture meridians.

After relocating to the United States, Dr. Lutskovsky pursued a course of study in Naturopathic Medicine, graduating from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1998. She currently is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in State of Oregon, running a busy Naturopathic clinic in accordance with regulations about scope of Naturopathic practice.

Professional History

Dr. Lutskovsky began her medical career in the city of Kharkov, Ukraine. Prior to beginning her post-graduate work, Dr. Lutskovsky worked in the Public Health Department, dealing with epidemiology and public health. Her experience with preventative medicine led her to Naturopathic and Homeopathic Medicine.

After receiving her degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1998, she opened the Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic on Baseline Road in Hillsboro, OR. Since then, the clinic has added services and moved to its current location on 4th Ave.

Personal Philosophy

Like any other doctor, the Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic places the patient’s health as its number one goal. We cannot forget that we treat a person, not a disorder. To us, this means we keep in mind the overall well-being of the patient as we help him or her overcome anything they are dealing with.

Dr. Valerie Netherland

Dr Valerie Netherland

Dr. Valerie Netherland has enjoyed practicing holistic family medicine at Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic since 2006. She combines the principles of Naturopathy and Classical Chinese Medicine to treat patients based on their individual needs. With modalities including nutritional counseling, Chinese and western herbs, acupuncture, physiotherapy, and homeopathy.

Dr. Valerie strives to help patients achieve health and balance by optimizing the intrinsic healing power of the body. As a primary care physician, Dr. Valerie treats both acute and chronic conditions, with an emphasis on gastrointestinal disorders, women’s health, musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain, anxiety and depression, adrenal fatigue, allergies and detoxification.


Dr. Cori Burke

Dr Cori Burke

Dr. Cori Burke works with people of all ages, practicing truly integrative family medicine. In her practice she focuses on pediatrics, women’s health, endocrine, and digestive disorders. She is able to perform well child and well woman visits, as well as treating acute and chronic health conditions. She especially enjoys working with women on fertility challenges to optimize health and pregnancy outcomes. As a naturopathic physician, she places a strong emphasis on preventative medicine and nutrition and will work with you to be a partner in your health journey.

Dr. Burke earned her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon. During her schooling she participated in a prestigious one-year internship in gynecology and primary care with Dr. Kimberly Windstar at NCNM as well as a six-month internship in integrative cardiology and pulmonary medicine with Dr. Jeremy Mikolai at the Center for Natural Medicine. She also took part in numerous clinical externships in naturopathic and conventional pediatric medicine.

Dr. Burke is a trained practitioner of the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage (ATMAT), a powerful modality for digestive and reproductive health. She has advanced training in Classical Homeopathy through the New England School of Homeopathy in Seattle, Washington. She has also studied herbal medicine at the Herb Pharm in Williams, Oregon and the Philo School of Herbal Energetics in Philo, California. Dr. Burke received her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from the University of California at Santa Cruz.

Cori has had a passion for natural medicine from the time she was a small child picking chocolate mint and pineapple weed in her parents’ yard to make teas and perfumes. She still loves making her own medicines, as well as practicing yoga, hiking, knitting, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

Kristin Kinnie, MScN, MSW

Kristin KinneyThroughout my life, I have always been drawn to working directly with people, inspiring change, personal growth, and a balanced lifestyle.  I have worked for many years as a social worker and coach, and now find myself drawn into the healthcare field of holistic nutrition.  I believe in the power of whole foods as well as the body’s innate ability to heal, be well, and thrive.  By combining my previous social work experience with my nutrition knowledge, I can work with you to develop customized nutrition plans that support a healthy relationship with food while improving your overall health and wellbeing. 

My path to nutrition starting with my own healing journey dealing with food sensitivities and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth).  Along this journey, I discovered the healing and nurturing power of food, as well as the importance of understanding and paying attention to my relationship to food. 

I am passionate about working with others to discover their own individual path to health and vitality through nutrition and a positive relationship with food.  I believe there is no one-size fits all approach, so it’s important to discover what works best for you and your body.  

I received my Master of Science in Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in June 2019.  During my time at NUNM, I worked 3 terms in the NUNM student clinic and completed a clinical internship with Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic providing nutritional counseling with clients.  I also completed an internship with the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, providing nutrition education and cooking with participants.  Following my internship, I received formal training and became a FAME educator. I also hold a Master of Arts in Social Work degree from Walla Walla College.  I worked in the social work field for almost 15 years, working in schools with children and families.  I look forward to combining all these skills in working with you at Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic. 

Elizabeth Dunwell

bio photo-10Elizabeth Dunwell has been a licensed esthetician since 2013, after completing the intensive cosmetology program from the Aveda Institute, which included esthetics, hair styling, and nail technology.  During her training, she developed a passion for esthetics, appreciating the importance of spa atmosphere in order to connect with clients on a personal level.  After graduating from Aveda she worked at a brow bar, focusing on facial and body waxing.  She loved waxing and working so closely with clients but craved more for her career.  In 2018 Elizabeth decided to take her esthetics knowledge and practice to the next level.  She enrolled in a medical aesthetics program at Spectrum Institute in Tigard.  It was at Spectrum where she learned modalities such as laser hair removal, IPL, chemical peels, radio frequency, body contouring, and Cool Sculpting.  She has been a part of the Hillsboro Naturopathic Clinic since June of 2019. In addition to receiving her medical aesthetics license Elizabeth also received her Phlebotomy license in 2019.  She has become familiar with her aesthetic clients, and also her lab draw patients.  Elizabeth has shown that by giving the best service to each individual, she can impact their self image by providing expertise, follow up, consultations, and exceptional care.  She holds a national Phlebotomy license and is a licensed Medical Aesthetician in the State of Oregon.