What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathy is a holistic approach to health care that emphasizes the body’s ability to heal itself. Naturopathic physicians (N.D.’s) use natural therapies to treat acute and chronic conditions. Naturopaths select the most gentle and non-invasive intervention possible to restore the body to balance. This could include changes to diet, appropriate exercise, exposure to natural daylight, and natural supplements. Emotional issues may also be addressed using counseling or relaxation techniques such as meditation. A key goal of naturopathic medicine is to educate the patient, so they can take responsibility for their health and prevent future diseases.

Naturopathic medicine is based on the following six principles:

  • Do No Harm: They use the most natural, least invasive, and least toxic therapies to treat patients.
  • The Healing Power of Nature: Naturopathic physicians believe that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. Naturopathic treatment works to support and stimulate this natural healing process.
  • Identify and Treat the Cause: Naturopathic physicians aim to identify and treat the underlying cause of the disease rather than just treating the symptoms.
  • The Whole Person: Naturopathic physicians treat the whole person, considering physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and lifestyle factors.
  • Prevention: Naturopathic physicians focus on disease prevention and health promotion. They work with patients to develop a healthy lifestyle.


Hypnotherapy, sometimes called clinical hypnosis, is a beneficial mental health treatment that helps people achieve change through heightened awareness. Despite the myths and misunderstandings, experts have shown the benefits of hypnotherapy when used to treat numerous physical and mental health conditions. People seeking therapy for their symptoms should consider pushing past any preconceived notions to consider hypnotherapy as a short-term and goal-focused option.

Hypnotherapy is beneficial in treating many conditions, including:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Chronic pain
  • Eating disorders
  • Substance abuse

Body contouring is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures that has become increasingly accessible in recent years. While there are different contouring procedures, they all have one thing in common: the ability to help you achieve your desired body shape and size. Whether you want to get rid of that last bit of baby weight or achieve a more A-list figure, there’s a body sculpting treatment that can help you achieve your goal. With various techniques now available, individuals looking to achieve an ideal silhouette can find a treatment that fits their needs. Most body sculpting treatments work best for people who have recently undergone dramatic weight loss or for healthy individuals who have trouble removing fat in specific problem areas.

These procedures can :

  • Tighten loose skin
  • Eliminate fat
  • Reshape a particular body area

Physical interventions cover various alternative techniques designed to help the body balance itself for quicker healing. In addition, there are different ways to accomplish your health goals. Each session includes education and treatment to help start the healing process and educate you on how to continue the intervention at home, preventing repeat office visits.

Interventions offered:

  • Acupressure/ Reflexology
  • Earthing/Grounding
  • Facilitated Stretching
  • Fasting
  • Foot Bath (Ionic or Magnesium)
  • Personal Training
  • Postural Alignment
  • Reiki
  • Spinal Decompression

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