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Naturopathic medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a system and philosophy of medicine that has been around for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years. 
Before the advent of “conventional” medicine, which uses a wide variety of drugs and surgical procedures, almost every doctor learned how to use herbs, minerals, homeopathy, and other natural methods to treat disease. What tends to work best for most people is a multifaceted approach to treating their condition.  
First, treat the whole person. Find out what their needs are and treat them Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and spiritually, as they need it. Treat their whole body! Migraines, Arthritis, and Urinary infections can be related and are not necessarily separate disease. A person may not need antibiotics or removal of an organ, they may need something that seems entirely unrelated.

  An ND uses modern scientific medical diagnostic science and standards of care.

Naturopathic medicine follows a number of key principles:

  • The healing power of nature: the body has an inherent ability to maintain and restore health. Naturopathic facilitate this healing process by removing obstacles to cure and identifying treatments to enhance healing.

  • Identify and treat the cause: Naturopathic treat the underlying causes of illness rather than just the symptoms of disease. Symptoms are an external manifestation of an internal imbalance due to any combination of physical, mental, or emotional causes. Symptom management may be important, but it is more important not to disregard the underlying cause of disease.

  • First do no harm: A naturopathic treatment plan uses therapies that are gentle, non-invasive, effective, and do not have adverse side effects. A conscious effort is made to use methods that do not suppress symptoms.

  • The primary role of naturopathic is educating empowering and motivating to assume more personal responsibility for their health by adopting a healthy attitude, lifestyle, and Diet.

  •       Treat the whole person: Naturopathic identify specific weaknesses or dysfunctions and tailor treatment based upon the individual presentation. Naturopathic interested in finding and treating characteristic symptoms that define the patient rater than common symptoms that define the disease.

  •            Prevention: it is far easier and cheaper to prevent a disease than to treat a disease. Naturopathic evaluate both subjective and objective information necessary to uncover potential susceptibilities to future disease. They can discuss specific lifestyle strategies or nutritional supplementation as a means for disease prevention.  

How can naturopathic benefit your health and wellbeing?

Naturopathic are often successful at treating chronic conditions that don’t respond to conventional medicine. This includes, but is not limited to: fatigue, pain, sleep disturbance, and digestive disorder. They are able to respond to the individual needs and develop a plan that includes nutritional, diet, NAET (allergy elimination).

Naturopathic understand the art of healing. He must take the time to listen to the patient’s story. Effective naturopathic treatment requires patience and good communication. Most patients know what is wrong and what needs to be done, but they don’t know how to translate this into action plan.

Is there good evidence supporting naturopathic?

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is considered the paradigm in conventional healthcare and has been suggested as the methodology for natural medicine.

Thomas Edison once said, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest patients in the maintenance of the human frame, in diet, and in the prevention of disease.”                  
The Goal is a complete cure and no return of the condition (sometimes this is possible, at other times it is not). Your body holds an incredible healing force that wants to keep you in harmonious balance at all times.



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