Looking at a patients’ lifestyle and seeing how it might be affecting their health. Issues such as stress, sleep, diet, exercise might be addressed.
Nutrition looks at the relationship between diet and health. Special diets, elimination of food, changes in dietary habits or the use of nutritional supplements might be recommended.
The use of plants/herbs in many forms (teas, tinctures, capsules) are used for their healing and nutritional properties.
Homeopathic remedies are minute dilutions of plant, animal and mineral substances designed to stimulate the body’s “vital force” to heal itself.
Traditional Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture
TCM and acupuncture is based on balancing the flow of energy (Qi) throughout meridian pathways under the skin. Chinese herbs and acupuncture are used to balance Qi and bring the body back to harmony.
Physical medicine refers to the use of hands on techniques such as soft tissue work (therapeutic massage), naturopathic manipulation of muscle, bones or spine, hydrotherapy or exercise therapy.