Naturopathy is a system of primary health care for the prevention and treatment of disease and promotion of health; through the support and stimulation of a patient’s inherent self- healing process.
Naturopathy focuses on educating the patient and utilizes natural therapies to support body’s healing mechanism. The Practice of Naturopathic Medicine does not include surgical procedures, use of prescription medications, and the treatment of infectious diseases.
Naturopaths work on a personal level, spending more time covering individual needs, creating treatment plans that consider all aspects of the patient.
Naturopathy blends traditional medicine with conventional healthcare to work with the body on a natural level.
Issues covered by a Naturopath:
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
- Cardiovascular disease
- Type 2 diabetes
- Post Natal
Reason you need a Naturopath:
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Digestive complaints
- Joint disorders
- Back pain
Treatments offered by Naturopath:
- Behavioral change, such as exercise and lifestyle
- Hydrotherapy, which is water-based treatment
- Diet and nutrition recommendations
- Yoga consultation and Meditation
- Herbal dietary supplements
- Lab tests