Fairbanks Family Wellness
Dr. Amy Williamson, RN, ND
  • Allergies
  • Women’s & Children’s Health
  • Skin, Respiratory, Digestive Disorders
  • Fatigue
  • Hormone therapy

Dr. Amy Williamson founded Fairbanks Family Wellness nearly 11 years ago and treats the whole family, from infants to elders for most health concerns, laboratory examinations, and physical exams. Dr. Williamson also specializes in the naturopathic diagnosis of hormone imbalance and treatment of allergies, including asthma, eczema, dermatitis, sinusitis, seasonal allergies, chemical sensitivity, and digestive disorders. Dr. Williamson has also received specialized training in the Arvigo Technique of Mayan Abdominal Therapy, which is a method of gentle, noninvasive uterine adjustment that can assist women with menstrual and fertility concerns. She also specializes in Frequency Specific Microcurrent, Low Dose Immunotherapy, NAET, and Low Dose Allergy Therapy.

Dr. Amy Williamson started her career as a healer 30 years ago as an RN. She worked in diverse settings ranging from cardiac intensive care to nursing home care. 22 years ago she took a life-changing position as an RN in a naturopathic medical clinic here in Fairbanks. She quickly realized that patients in a natural medicine setting were improving in health and vitality instead of deteriorating and receiving more and more medications and surgeries. Inspired by the healing she witnessed, she attended Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, which is a four year, full-time accredited medical school located in Tempe, Arizona.

allana McLaughlin - Fairbanks Family Wellness
Dr. Alana McLaughlin, MS, ND
  • Mind, body & emotional health balancing
  • Energy and lifestyle support for all ages and stages
  • Frequency medicine and scanning
  • Digestive, Immune & hormone support
  • Essential oil guidance
Dr. Alana McLaughlin is a Naturopathic Doctor who graduated from Bastyr University, a four year, accredited naturopathic medical school. She earned her Bachelor of Science and Arts Degrees in Psychology and Education, with a minor in Sociology, from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, and Master of Science Degree in Neuroscience from the University of Hartford in Connecticut.

From a young age, she wanted to become a doctor, but always sought out more natural means of caring for herself, so Naturopathy was a perfect fit! Health is a priority for Dr. McLaughlin and her family, and she enjoys staying active by riding bikes, practicing yoga, kayaking, camping, skiing, hiking, and more. She loves helping people develop healthier bodies and minds through nutrition and movement, with support from herbs, supplements, homeopathy as needed, and frequency medicine with the NES Health Total WellNES System, which includes a full-body scan. Finally, Dr. McLaughlin also has a passion for teaching, and in addition to classes at OLLI, and free classes at Fairbanks Family Wellness, she will be offering masterclass sessions periodically at the clinic.
Suzette Mailloux - Fairbanks Family Wellness


  • Naturopathic Primary Care
  • Mental Health
  • Hormone Balancing
  • Women’s Health
  • Autoimmune Disease
Suzette Mailloux is a lifelong Fairbanksian who attended UAF and earned her doctorate from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She sees individual patients through Fairbanks Family Wellness and works within an addiction treatment program at Turning Point Counseling Services. She happily accepts patients of all ages for integrative care. Her practice focuses include women’s health, fertility support for men and women, digestive health, and mental health. Dr. Mailloux’s approach involves a thorough assessment of family and personal history, physical, mental, and emotional health for each patient. Treatment modalities include clinical nutrition, supplements, herbal medicine, hormone management, and LENS neurofeedback.
Haley Evens, FNP
  • Offering Primary Care to All Ages
  • Regenerative Therapy and Prolotherapy
  • Musculoskeletal and Myofascial Treatments
  • Pain Management

Haley is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a special interest in musculoskeletal and myofascial treatments. She completed her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Alaska Anchorage and a Master of Science-Family Nurse Practitioner at Chamberlain University. Haley practices prolotherapy and regenerative medicine techniques and is a member of the International Association of Regenerative Therapy. She holds certifications in massage therapy, the Fascial Distortion Model, and Structural Integration. Combining these models into plans of care to help patients manage pain and achieve a lifetime of active living is at the heart of her practice.

A third-generation Fairbanksan, her immediate and extended family are Fairbanks Pioneers. Her free time is spent with her husband and kids fishing and camping in the summer and traveling in the winter, andt trail running and enjoying the outdoors. Her passion for health and wellness began as a small child. She was heavily influenced by her grandfather, Dr. Frank Spaulding, who was the founder of the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She believes that the structure and function of the body are two elements that are inseparable: proper function will not exist without appropriate structure. Haley understands that the freedom of movement and the ability to remain active and pain-free for a lifetime is essential to overall health.

Haley provides primary care for patients across their lifespan in addition to musculoskeletal and myofascial treatments.


Our Services

Naturopathic Medicine
At Fairbanks Family Wellness, the purpose of Naturopathic Medicine is to take your health further than symptom management. Naturopathic doctors go through a rigorous 4 years of graduate medical education, take board exams, and are licensed care providers in the state of Alaska. Most of today’s modern pharmaceutical drugs are designed to control symptoms: antihypertensives for high blood pressure, statins for high cholesterol, etc. These medications are valuable, can save lives, and serve an important purpose in today’s healthcare arena. However, they stop short of providing true health because, ultimately, they do not address the underlying problem. Instead of treating our patients with drugs and surgery, we are trained to look for the cause of an illness or imbalance and help the body right itself through nutrition and lifestyle changes, laboratory testing, physical examination, homeopathy, herbal medicine, vitamins and minerals, allergy desensitization, and bodywork.