Naturopathic medicine
is primary care medicine.

Receiving the same amount of training in the biomedical sciences as medical doctors, a licensed naturopathic doctor is qualified to diagnose and treat medical conditions.

Naturopathic medicine is holistic medicine.

Using natural therapies to improve health and address the root causes of disease, naturopathic doctors look at the whole person, not just the parts.

Naturopathic medicine has been a viable branch of medicine since the late 19th century.

The field emerged from western medicine as an alternative to the common medical practices of the time, which often involved the use of toxic and suppressive therapies.

Naturopathic medicine is evidence-based and innovative.

Naturopathic doctors draw from many spheres of knowledge, including clinical research and empirical evidence, as well as time-honored traditional healing practices.

Naturopathic medicine is the solution to our current healthcare crisis.

By recognizing and treating dysfunction before disease begins, naturopathic doctors can help reduce over-reliance on pharmaceuticals and excessive surgeries. If disease is already present, naturopathic doctors can help improve outcomes, and in many cases, help reverse disease and restore health.