Clinical Naturopathic Medicine

Clinical Naturopathic Medicine is a distinct type of primary care medicine that blends age-old healing traditions with scientific advances and current research. It is guided by a unique set of principles that recognize the body's innate healing capacity, emphasize disease prevention, and encourage individual responsibility to obtain optimal health. Naturopathy can be traced back to the European Nature cure, practiced in the nineteenth-century, which was a system for treating disease with natural modalities such as water, fresh air, diet, and herbs. 

 2nd International Conference and Expo on Holistic Medicine and Nursing August 14-16, 2017 Toronto, Canada, 7th International Conference on Traditional Medicine & Alternative Medicine Conference  September 4-6, 2017 Paris, World congress on herbals and traditional medicine June 19-21, 2017 Valencia, Spain; 2nd  International Conference on Herbals and Traditional Medicine Congress, January 25-27, 2017,  Bangkok, Thailand; New England Women’s Herbal Conference August 25 to the 27, 2017  American Holistic Medical Association; European Herbal & Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association National Association; European Traditional Chinese Medicine Association; The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK; British Acupuncture Council (BAcC); Australian Traditional Medicine Association ATMS

  • Research on Natural Products
  • Safety of Natural Treatments
  • Traditional Naturopathy
  • Korean Acupuncture
  • Japanese Acupuncture
  • Wisdom of Homeopathy
  • Qi theory and meridans
  • Safety of natural treatments
  • Traditional naturopathy

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