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Naturopathy is a traditional and a holistic approach to health. A core concept is one of “doing no harm”, and complementing any necessary treatment. It is based on natural and preventative care. Naturopathic treatment combines many methodologies, such as acupuncture, massage, chiropractic adjustment and herbal cures, along with sensible concepts such as good nutrition, exercise and relaxation techniques
Human body is one of the greatest examples of God’s Ingenuity. The body has the capacity to fight against diseases and many of the diseases are self limiting. Unfortunately we do not take a chance for the body to heal. Naturopathy assists the patient to rejuvenate the bodies capacity to heal.
Yes. Because NDs utilize a preventive approach that reduces the incidence of high-cost chronic conditions, naturopathic medicine reduces long-term health care costs.
In diet therapy, quality and quantity of diet is modified and regulated as per the requirements. Diet must be provided in natural form during the treatment period. Fresh seasonal fruits, fresh green leafy vegetables and sprouts are excellent from this point of view.
Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are primary care physicians who are well trained doctors from a reputed institutions. Who are clinically trained, and work in all aspects
The practice of naturopathic medicine has been guided by six fundamental principles that have endured through the years. These principles are: 1) the belief in the nate capacity for self-healing of the human body; 2)identify and remove the root cause of the patient’s health condition; 3) do not offer treatments that may harm the patient; 4) treat the whole person (holistic treatment); 5) educate the patient; and promote prevention.