Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine offers the chance to tell your health story in detail. Naturopathic philosophy states that the primary goal is to get to the root cause, rather than focus on symptoms. It is about being proactive, empowered and taking charge of your health To achieve these goals, the primary focus is to work with each person on an individual level, creating a plan using natural medicine... Read More

Naturopathic medicine offers the chance to tell your health story in detail.
Naturopathic philosophy states that the primary goal is to get to the root cause, rather than focus on symptoms.
It is about being proactive, empowered and taking charge of your health
To achieve these goals, the primary focus is to work with each person on an individual level, creating a plan using natural medicines and lifestyle guidance to help them achieve their health goals for the long term.

What does a typical Naturopathic visit involve?
The initial visits are 1 hour and return visits are 30 minutes
A thorough review of your health history and goals
An in-depth assessment of diet, nutrition and lifestyle practices
A physical exam if indicated
Ordering of any tests if needed
Creation of a comprehensive treatment plan to begin to work on your health goals.


Chinese Medicine

At the core of Traditional Chinese Medicine is the philosophy that qi (pronounced “chee”) or vital energy flows throughout the body. Qi enlivens the body and protects it from illness, pain and disease. Your health is a reflection of the quantity, quality and balance of your qi. Qi circulates through specific pathways called meridians. Meridians are like rivers and are connected to specific ... Read More

At the core of Traditional Chinese Medicine is the philosophy that qi (pronounced “chee”) or vital energy flows throughout the body.
Qi enlivens the body and protects it from illness, pain and disease.
Your health is a reflection of the quantity, quality and balance of your qi.
Qi circulates through specific pathways called meridians.
Meridians are like rivers and are connected to specific organs and glands in the body.
Just as a river transports water to hydrate plants, meridians transport life giving qi to nourish and energize all your cells, organs, glands, tissues and muscles.
Just as a dam blocks a river from flowing, when the qi is blocked, flow is restricted and nourishment cannot reach the intended place and symptoms arise.

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