Dr. Aberle is a 2001 graduate of National University of Natural Medicine (formerly National College of Natural Medicine). Before attending medical school Dr. Aberle worked for the University of Minnesota’s Department of Surgical Medicine doing NIH research into wound healing. As a medical student, she was one of the first class of interns at the nation's only Naturopathic Cardiac clinic, a research assistant to the science director of Health Notes, and provided medical care at free clinics for the needy and homeless.
She has extensive clinical experience, having worked at multiple naturopathic clinics throughout the Midwest and at her main clinic, Edgewater Natural Family Medicine, in Saint Cloud and Alexandria. She is experienced in pain management, Frequency Specific Microcurrent, Naturopathic Medicine, Functional Medicine, diet and nutrition, metabolic disease, chronic disease, lifestyle modification, healthy weight loss and Lyme disease. Dr. Aberle founded Edgewater Natural Family Medicine with a goal to move it into the forefront of integrated care in central Minnesota.
Dr. Aberle is a member of the Minnesota Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Institute of Functional Medicine, and is Minnesota’s first Registered Naturopathic Doctor. Since 2011, Dr. Aberle is a member of the advisory panel for naturopathic medicine for the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice. In 2016 Dr. Aberle completed training to become an Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) Certified Practitioner and has started the process to become a certified practitioner through the Klinghardt Academy for Autonomic Response Testing.
Dr Aberle first decided to be a doctor when she was in junior high. In high school, she was an emergency medical technician and worked on the ambulance team for her last 2 years of high school. In present day, Dr Aberle is medical professional and natural health lecturer, she is an avid gardener who loves to use native herbs and plants in her multiple gardens. Dr Aberle enjoys walking and hiking and has been doing a 7K walk with a friend on most Sunday mornings. She and her husband Jeff have been happily married for over 25 years and travel with their godchildren every summer.