Telehealth services:

  • Naturopathic wellness 

  • Mental health counseling

In-home Services:

  • Therapeutic Ultrasound

  • Constitutional Hydrotherapy

  • Russian Stim

  • Naso-sympatico

  • Nasal Release Technique

What is naturopathic medicine?

Naturopathic medicine is a comprehensive approach to healthcare that utilizes the body's natural ability to heal itself. Naturopathic doctors employ holistic therapies such as botanical medicine, nutrition, lifestyle changes, homeopathy, therapeutic ultrasound, light therapies, and many other modalities to discover and treat the root cause of disease. They seek to assist the body's natural healing processes and promote general well-being while also taking into account the interdependence of physical, mental, and emotional health. Naturopathic medicine emphasizes prevention, patient education, and encouraging people to take an active role in their health journey.

Are naturopathic doctors real doctors?

Yes! Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are educated through a rigorous and thorough curriculum of study. The following are the steps in the educational process to become a licensed naturopathic doctor:

  1. Bachelor's Degree: Those interested in pursuing naturopathic medicine should first obtain a bachelor's degree in a related discipline such as biology, chemistry, or psychology. The undergraduate requirements may differ depending on the prerequisites of the naturopathic medical school.
  2. Naturopathic Medical School: Following the completion of a bachelor's degree, aspiring naturopathic doctors attend a recognized naturopathic medical school. These are full-time, four-year doctoral programs. They offer extensive training in medical sciences, clinical diagnosis, and naturopathic remedies.
  3. Clinical Training: Naturopathic students acquire hands-on clinical practice under the supervision of qualified naturopathic doctors throughout their study. This hands-on training enables individuals to put their knowledge and abilities to use in real-world healthcare situations.
  4. Licensing Exams: Graduates must pass the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination (NPLEX) after finishing their doctoral degree, which consists of two parts: a basic science exam and a clinical science exam. These exams must be passed to become a licensed naturopathic doctor.
  5. State Licensing: Once licensed, naturopathic doctors can practice in states or provinces that regulate the profession. Licensing regulations differ from state to state.

Is naturopathic medicine science-based?

Naturopathic medicine is a complicated and diverse healthcare system that combines evidence-based treatments with traditional healing methods. The approach to naturopathic medicine might differ greatly depending on the practitioner and the treatment modalities used.


Many areas of naturopathic medicine have been examined and backed by empirical evidence, such as nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, herbal medicine, and physical therapy. These approaches are founded on scientific research and clinical testing.


Other naturopathic treatments, such as homeopathy, are sometimes still considered controversial or lack strong empirical evidence. In these instances, case studies and strong clinical experience may be substituted until the research catches up to clinical knowledge. It is critical for naturopathic doctors to stay current on scientific research and to practice evidence-based medicine while being open about the degree of evidence supporting specific treatments. The incorporation of evidence-based practices is critical in any healthcare profession to assure the safety and efficacy of therapies offered to patients.