Naturopathic medicine is a modern phenomenon and discipline that has rapidly pushed to the forefront of advancement in healthcare in North America and beyond. Learn more by visiting Neurvana Health Naturopathic Clinic. Focusing on avoidance and utilizing herbal medicines and therapies, naturopathic physicians endorse the body ‘s capacity to cure itself and enhance it. The method to naturopathy is systematic, combining medical expertise into many well-established complementary treatment approaches (modalities), including:
- Lifestyle suggestions
- Technologie TimeWaver
- Neuro spoken word processing (NLP)
- Technique for Emotional Freedom (EFT)
- Chinese Acupuncture and Medicines
- Manual treatments (Massage, Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, etc.).
One may classify these naturopathic modalities into two categories:
- Modalities discussing the origins of the disease: our contact with the outside world (what we feed, drink, and breathe), and our body’s internal framework. They are better tackled by balanced diet, Chinese medicine, natural medicine, etc.
- Modalities that tackle the fundamental physiological, financial, moral, and constitutional triggers of physical or psychological symptoms: these represent the intrinsic disparity that exists often in an ideal lifestyle and optimum environment. Those are better treated by strength, chinese, and psychotherapy medication.
Through bringing these two viewpoints together, our clinic will provide a broad variety of treatments for nearly every health problem, even and particularly those deemed medically incurable, to avoid and manage.
Naturopathic diagnosis, and treatment
With a comprehensive assessment, the naturopathic practitioner will try to recognize the deeper extent of the problems and symptoms and give you a recovery program that can deliver innovative benefits and encourage personal development. Such assessment requires an appreciation of the following factors:
- Lifestyle and Fitness
- Psychological personality (trends in behavior, qualities and weaknesses)
- The past of adolescence and social relationships
- Economic milieu
- Severe physical or psychiatric pain, and changes of traumatic life
- Past surgical treatments
- Chemistry of the body (Lab tests)
- Exposition of polluting contaminants