Botanical Medicine

Botanical Medicine involves the use of plant substances for their healing effects and nutritional value. There is a vast amount of clinical research done on botanical medicine as it dates back to the beginning of civilization. Botanical plants are the basis for the majority of modern pharmaceutical agents and often have a similar action in the body with fewer side effects.
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Clinical Nutrition

As the foundation of naturopathic medicine, clinical nutrition is an integral part of both the treatment of chronic disease and the management of acute conditions. Food intolerances, deficiencies, dietary imbalances or nutritional excesses have been associated with many medical conditions.
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Lifestyle and Prevention

Mental attitudes and emotional states are strong determinants of a person’s overall level of wellness.   Too often one’s mental/emotional state may influence, or even cause, physical illness.
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Physical Medicine

Physical medicine is the use of manual therapies to restore function to the body by decreasing pain and increasing mobility. These treatments include manipulation to improve alignment, exercise therapies to strengthen surrounding musculature and hydrotherapy to improve circulation. Treatments are extremely effective at reducing pain and restoring function. They are commonly used for headaches/migraines, back pain and joint pain.
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Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a therapeutic system of medicine developed by Samuel Hahnemann nearly 200 years ago in Germany. Homeopathic remedies are made from specific dilutions of plant, animal and mineral substances. When carefully matched to the patient they are able to affect the body’s “vital force” and to stimulate the body’s innate healing forces on both the physical and emotional levels, with few side effects.
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Injection Therapy

To keep our bodies at their optimal level of health, we need a wide array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support our immunity, improve energy and boost our brain power. We rely on a wide array of nutrients coming from a balanced diet. However, we know that the foods that we eat are often depleted of the vitamins and minerals that are so vital to wellness and that our digestive systems are not always working optimally to absorb the nutrients.
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