naturopathic medicine

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naturopathic medicine:

see naturopathynaturopathy
or naturopathic medicine,
branch of alternative medicine concerned with holistic and noninvasive methods of treating illness and maintaining health.
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Seely serves as the director of research and clinical epidemiology at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and is an affiliate investigator for the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.
Simon: Our goals include transforming the individual's understanding of whole-person health, and helping them find healthcare providers that address that through naturopathic medicine.
Naturopathic medicine focuses on holistic prevention and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment.
Typically people turn to naturopathic medicine after they've tried everything else.
While this study reveals encouraging results for naturopathic medicine for anxiety, it should be noted that the study was not naturalistic and thus does not reflect true individualised prescription and practice.
The philosophy of naturopathic medicine aligns itself well with the nursing philosophy.
In particular, our team sought to assess the type of arguments used to support such regulatory changes, specifically exploring whether any empirical evidence (defined here as non-anecdotal research, including categories set out by the Ontario Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council: randomized control trials, analytic cohort or case control studies, time series analyses, and expert reports) supporting the efficacy of naturopathic medicine was used.
AHT has incorporated a holistic health model by offering naturopathic medicine in addition to other traditional (e.
Harmon, a fourth generation Alaskan, was drawn toward naturopathic medicine after a back injury led him to seek out alternative methods of treatment.
But if Justin Morse, a new naturopathic doctor in town, has his way, more people will find out about the ancient practice of naturopathic medicine, which seeks good health based on a balance of body chemistry and mechanics, as well as emotion.
Focused on the holistic wellness of visitors in addition to offering specialised services that meet modern lifestyle requirements, the CAM Department is headed by Dr Heather Eade, Naturopathic Medicine Practitioner, with extensive experience working in Canada and Saudi Arabia previously.
Marchese, naturopathic physician, received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2002.