Dr. Katie DiNello

Naturopathic Physician

Clinical Focus

  • Functional Medicine
  • Weight Loss and Metabolic Syndrome
  • Athletic Performance and Optimization
  • Customized Nutrition Plans and Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Gastrointestinal Conditions
  • Women’s Health
  • Infertility and Preconception Care
  • Hormone Health and Optimization
  • Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
  • Stress Management
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Thyroid Disorders including Hashimoto’s and Grave’s Disease
  • Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation


Bastyr University, ND
University of Connecticut, BS
Institute for Functional Medicine, IFMCP


After spending six years in Washington to complete medical school and residency, Dr. DiNello returned to Connecticut where she was born and raised. Dr. DiNello’s undergraduate studies in nutritional science and personal healing journey redirected her path from conventional to naturopathic medical school where she experienced the power of an integrative medicine approach in identifying and treating the underlying causes of disease. She is deeply passionate about providing affordable and accessible medicine that is personalized to a patient’s unique needs. She believes her role as a physician is to help patients make empowered, educated decisions about their health care.

Dr. DiNello is certified in functional medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine. She has specific interests in integrative approaches for optimizing athletic performance, weight loss, and balancing hormones but also treats gastrointestinal conditions, anxiety and depression, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.

The beauty of naturopathic medicine is its diverse array of treatment potentials based on a patient’s specialized and personal needs. Dr. DiNello employs techniques including craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation to restore motion while incorporating nutrition, botanical medicine, and nutraceuticals to address foundational health. She is also currently pursuing her certification in functional medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine.

When Dr. DiNello is not at clinic you can find her chasing her two-year-old son and dog, lifting in the gym, running marathons, hiking, and skiing. She is also an amateur coffee lover, baker, and houseplant mom.