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Naturopathic medicine is a distinct form of primary health care that blends modern scientific knowledge with natural and traditional healing methods.

Who are Naturopathic doctors and what do they do?

Naturopathic doctors assess the patient's health by taking down their detailed health history along with physical examination and prescribing the necessary lab tests. 

How does a Naturopathic medicine work?
Naturopathic medicine's primary goal is to determine the underlying cause of illness, treat the individual as a whole, and help them attain overall health. Naturopathic medicine focuses on promoting health and preventing disease. Furthermore, naturopathic doctors are capable of addressing a wide range of health related concerns.

What conditions can a Naturopathic doctor address?
  • Menopause, menstrual concerns, pregnancy support, infertility, PCOS, etc.

  • Digestive problems: IBD, GERD, constipation, bloating, etc.

  • Skin disorders: Eczema, psoriasis, etc.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Fatigue

  • Arthritis

  • High cholesterol

  • High blood pressure

  • Diabetes

  • Insomnia

  • Hypo/Hyperthyroidism

  • Pediatrics: ADHD, colic, etc.

  • Allergies, colds, infections

  • Stress management

  • Food intolerance

  • Weight loss

  • Smoking cessation and many more

What type of Naturopathic modalities are used to treat patients?

The Naturopathic modalities used to treat patients are:

  • Clinical nutrition

  • Botanical medicine

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

  • Homeopathy

  • Hydrotherapy

  • Naturopathic manipulation/physical medicine

  • Diet and lifestyle modifications.

What to expect after visiting our Naturopathic doctor?

During the initial visit to our Naturopathic doctor, the Naturopath will take note of a detailed health history that will include all chief health concerns and other significant health related factors. The Naturopath may perform a detailed physical examination or prescribe some lab tests either during the initial or follow-up visits of the patient. If required, treatment options are offered during the initial visit itself. 

During the subsequent visits, the Naturopath will give out a personalized treatment plan for the patient and further discuss the course of management. The frequency of follow-up visits depends on the patient's health concerns and the treatment being given. In most cases, the initial or first visit takes around 60-90 minutes, while the follow-up ones take only about 15-45 minutes each. 

Are Naturopathic medicines safe?

All naturopathic medicines are natural and safe with litle to no side-effects. Also, they are completely safe to consume along with any other prescribed medication. Every naturopathic doctor is aware and knowledgeable about the interactions between pharmaceutical drugs and naturopathic medications.

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