Perhaps you seek answers about your health and body that you have not been able to find elsewhere. Maybe you are looking to complement other medical treatments with natural therapy, or simply seek a more balanced, proactive philosophy of living.
Naturopathic medicine can be used to treat a wide variety of health conditions, for example:
- Common cold and flu (influenza)
- Sinus and ear infections
- Weight loss and obesity
- Insomnia and fatigue
- Digestive concerns
- Allergies (food and environment)
At The Natural Path Clinic, we focus on providing you the knowledge and options that will best assist your body in healing.
Naturopathic approaches have been used effectively for the treatment of chronic conditions such as:
- Acute and chronic pain conditions
- Migraines and headaches
- Interstitial cystitis
- And more…
Naturopathy is a type of care that offers individualized, natural healthcare. It combines the best of traditional treatments with evidence-based medicine.
Naturopathic medicine can help with a wide range of other care, including:
- Skin conditions
- Mental health
- Lung conditions
- Pregnancy & fertility
- Autoimmune conditions
- Geriatrics and graceful aging
- And more…
- Increased energy
- Weight loss
- Decreased pain
- Decreased symptoms
- Fewer side effects from treatment
- Better sleep
- Increased libido
- Optimal health & Lifestyle
DID YOU KNOW...
1. Naturopathic physicians must attend the same pre-medical studies as MDs, and they must obtain a four-year degree prior to applying to one of the seven accredited schools in North America.
2. To obtain the title of Naturopathic Doctor (ND), the naturopathic physician attends four years of full-time post-graduate studies.
3. Students of a Naturopathic Medical program cover the same physiology, pathology, and basic sciences as MDs, in addition to studies on herbal medicine, vitamins, and lifestyle.
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Naturopathic doctors use both treatments and testing that are evidence-based, and also those that have been proven to work traditionally through clinical experience.