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Naturopathic Doctors & Other Natural Healers June 23, 2007 7:21 AM

This thread is for listing Natural Healers. If you know of any or happen upon any please add them to this list.

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I shall start it off with.... June 23, 2007 7:28 AM

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Achieve Health Center (Orange County, CA) June 23, 2007 7:47 AM

Welcome to Orange County CA Holistic Medicine!

Help is on the way! We have doctors in the house!

At Achieve Health Center in Orange County California our professional staff is ready to help you with healing of any kind by addressing multi-dimensional levels of personal uniqueness, and applying non-invasive and gentle modalities in natural health.

Achieve Health Center in Orange County California specializes in:

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 June 23, 2007 2:54 PM

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natural healing July 09, 2007 11:44 AM

I stumbled across this site some time ago, and I'm not sure where to put it, but I thought here would be best. Its a directory of natural/alternative therapy schools.

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Find A Naturopathic Dr. Near You August 17, 2007 7:05 PM

United States Certified Naturopathic Doctors Directory

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Finding A Naturopathic Dr. In Canada August 17, 2007 7:12 PM

Find A Naturopathic Doctor
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Online Natural Health Advice August 17, 2007 7:21 PM

myNDonline: Your secure Connection to Alternative Medicine

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Nutritional Doc in NY August 26, 2007 5:18 PM

Dr. Ronald Hoffman is recognized as one of America's foremost complementary medicine practitioners. He is founder and Medical Director of the Hoffman Center in New York City, author of numerous books and articles for the public and for health professionals, and is host of the popular nationally-syndicated radio program Health Talk. He is active in several medical professional organizations, and is a past President of the country's largest organization of complementary and alternative doctors, the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). He is a frequent guest on radio and TV, and is frequently quoted in popular magazines and newspapers. He is also called upon to lecture both to the public and to groups of medical professionals. On the personal side, his active lifestyle is an embodiment of the healthy principles he espouses.

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Clinic In Scottsdale, AZ September 22, 2007 9:26 PM

Scottsdale Natural Medicine & Healing Clinic, LLC (SNM&HC) is a full service naturopathic medical center where our physicians practice as primary healthcare providers. Founded upon a holistic philosophy, naturopathic medicine combines safe and effective traditional therapies with the most current advances in modern medicine. Naturopathic medicine is appropriate for the management of a broad range of health conditions affecting people of all ages.
Naturopathic physicians view the signs and symptoms of a disease as the bodyís attempts to heal itself and are trained to utilize medicine which will work with the patientís own vital force to restore optimal health.† Our physicians focus on the patient and each personís individual needs
Conveniently located a mile from the 101 freeway, nestled in The Village at Hayden in Scottsdale, Arizona, the office is distinctively designed with an ambiance of tranquility and a style all its own.
Contact Us:8390 E. Via de Ventura Blvd.Suite F-111Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Tel: 480.951.0111Fax: 480.951.6505eMail contact: Scottsdale Natural Medicine and Healing Clinic, LLC

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Online Holistic Pediatrician October 16, 2007 7:06 AM

Dr. Jayashree Joshi, MD DCH , basic Allopathic qualification, to which is added knowledge of Ayurveda, Homeopathy and traditional Indian Herbal Medicine.†

Offers online consultations to patients throughout the world, through her websites†and

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Jayashree October 16, 2007 7:40 AM

So happy to see you here on NATURE PROVIDES.

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Dr Susan Kolb Atlanta Georgia October 27, 2007 12:32 PM

Dr Susan E. Kolb, MD and Certified Board Of Holistic Practicioners, located in Atlanta Georgia


Dr Kolb is an MD, FAC S, †Plastic Surgeon in Atlanta Georgia. Graduate John Hopkins University.

Helping thousands since 1988.

Certified American Board of Holistic Medicine†

She was one of the First Doctors to Bring out the Fact that Silicone Breast Implants were Causing Silicone Sickness in 1992.

She Is My Hero and The Hero to Many other Doctors and her patients.

She has the most INCREDIBLE Staff and Other Doctors that work with Her and She is Loved by Many.

She is An Incredible Advocate for Patients Rights, Ethical, Takes time with her patients (not just 2 minutes in and out)

She is a Pioneer in the Treatment of a Skin Disease where people feel as if they are being bitten by organisms and have horrible rashes that other Doctors can not even begin to understand or Diagnose.

It is called Morgellons, Neurodermatitis, Fiber Disease,is being misdiagnosed as scabies, Delusions of Parasitosis, End†Stage Lyme Disease. It is the Next Epidemic and She is Courageously trying to Stop the transmission of this.

She is Helping People with Depleted Uranium Syndrome from the Gulf War and is treating the sickest of the sick.

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Trisha October 27, 2007 2:41 PM

WOW she sounds like quite the lady!  [ send green star]
Ontario, Canada October 27, 2007 4:39 PM

In Canada:†† The Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors†††††††††††††††† tel. 1 877 NAT†PATH

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Carmel October 27, 2007 4:47 PM

THANKYOU!  [ send green star]
In the UK January 03, 2008 4:25 PM

CNM Student Herbal Medicine Clinic

CNM London, 41 Riding House Street, W1W 7BE - Oxford Circus Tube> map

Tired? Stressed? No energy?

Want to improve your health and wellbeing using a natural approach?

Why not try our CNM Student Herbal Medicine Clinic. See a leading practitioner for only £20 (CNM students £15).

For enquiries and appointments contact Melanie on 07702 421271 or

CNM Student Acupuncture Clinic

CNM London, 41 Riding House Street, W1W 7BE - Oxford Circus Tube> map

Student practitioners are available for consultations and treatments at discounted rates. The students are currently being trained by the CNM to become qualified health care professionals. All treatments are overseen by a fully qualified and experienced practitioner.

Fee: £20 per consultation (incl. treatment).

Enquiries and appointment bookings:

  • Iren Lundevall, 07962 967459, †
Acupuncture and Naturopathy Clinics

CNM London, 41 Riding House Street, W1W 7BE - Oxford Circus Tube> map

CNM London now offers naturopathy/acupuncture consultations during the week to those:

  • seeking to improve their health and well-being
  • looking for affordable treatments in central London by fully qualified practitioners
  • visiting our weekend training clinic but requiring more regular treatments and/or preferring one-on-one consultations

Acupuncture and Naturopathy can help with a variety of complaints and ailments such as: headache; backache; asthma; depression; insomnia; menstrual problems; colds and flu; skin problems; joint pain; sports injuries; stress-related symptoms; digestive problems; and many more.

  • Times: Tuesdays 12.00 pm - 7.30 pm, Thursdays 9.30 am - 7.30 pm.
  • Fees: £40 new consultation (90 mins), £30 follow-up visits (60 mins)
    Concessions available for CNM students as well as follow-up treatment patients from training clinics.

Enquiries and appointment bookings:

  • Susanne Butscher,, 07944 604 092
  • Pia Huber,, 0771 9987 93

Practitioners have full professional insurance.

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Naturopath Doctors in NYC April 04, 2010 5:44 AM

Just noticed this thread and thought I would post the NDs that I go to in NYC area -- unfortunately in NY NDs do not have a licensing process so they are not able to practice to the full extent of their training.  Their link is 

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 April 13, 2010 10:55 AM

HI how cool - I found this thread here today as I came to share a link for this Doc who is so down to earth and easy to read his web pages. He keeps the common sense in medicine coming.. please read this item on fluids or yes you can drink too much water.  I was blown away, bc even tho there are days when drinking the common 8 glasses of water or fluids just does not feel needed, i did try and so aHa ! now I know what was up wid dat InJoy  ```*~~~  Why Drinking Too Much Water Is Dangerous

Updated on March 31, 2009

On January 12, 2007, a 28-year old Californian wife and mother of three children died from drinking too much water. Her body was found in her home shortly after she took part in a water-drinking contest that was sponsored by a local radio show. Entitled "Hold Your Wee For A Wii," the contest promoters promised a free Wii video game machine to the contestant who drank the most water without urinating.

It is estimated that the woman who died drank approximately 2 gallons of water during the contest. When she and other contestants complained of discomfort and showed visible signs of distress, they were laughed at by the promoters and even heckled.

This tragic news story highlights the importance of understanding why drinking too much water can be dangerous to your health.

Whenever you disregard your sense of thirst and strive to ingest several glasses of water a day just because you have been told that doing so is good for your health, you actually put unnecessary strain on your body in two major ways:

  1. Ingesting more water than you need can increase your total blood volume. And since your blood volume exists within a closed system - your blood circulatory system - needlessly increasing your blood volume on a regular basis puts unnecessary burden on your heart and blood vessels.

  2. Your kidneys must work overtime to filter excess water out of your blood circulatory system. Your kidneys are not the equivalent of a pair of plumbing pipes whereby the more water you flush through your kidneys, the cleaner they become; rather, the filtration system that exists in your kidneys is composed in part by a series of specialized capillary beds called glomeruli. Your glomeruli can get damaged by unnecessary wear and tear over time, and drowning your system with large amounts of water is one of many potential causes of said damage.

Putting unnecessary burden on your cardiovascular system and your kidneys by ingesting unnecessary water is a subtle process. For the average person, it is virtually impossible to know that this burden exists, as there are usually no obvious symptoms on a moment-to-moment basis. But make no mistake about it: this burden is real and can hurt your health over the long term.

Forcing your body to accept a large amount of water within a short period of time - say, an hour or two - as several contestants did during the "Hold Your Wee for a Wii" contest can be fatally dangerous to your health. Here's why:

If you force large amounts of water into your system over a short period of time, your kidneys will struggle to eliminate enough water from your system to keep the overall amount at a safe level.

As your blood circulatory system becomes diluted with excess water, the concentration of electrolytes in your blood will drop relative to the concentration of electrolytes in your cells. In an effort to maintain an equal balance of electrolytes between your blood and your cells, water will seep into your cells from your blood, causing your cells to swell.

If this swelling occurs in your brain, the bones that make up your skull hardly budge. The result is an increase in intracranial pressure i.e. your brain gets squeezed. Depending on how much water your drink in a short period of time, you could experience a wide variety of symptoms, ranging from a mild headache to impaired breathing. And as occurred recently in the tragic water-drinking contest, it is quite possible to die if you drink enough water in a short enough period of time.

This information is particularly important for parents to pass on to their children. Foolish water-drinking contests are not uncommon among high school and university students, especially while playing cards.

So how much water should you drink to best support your health?

The answer to this question depends on your unique circumstances, including your diet, exercise habits, and environment.

If you eat plenty of foods that are naturally rich in water, such as vegetables, fruits, and cooked legumes and whole grains, you may not need to drink very much water at all. If you do not use much or any salt and other seasonings, your need for drinking water goes down even further.

Conversely, if you do not eat a lot of plant foods and/or you add substantial salt and spices to your meals, you may need to drink several gla

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ooops ! April 13, 2010 10:58 AM

  Home » Blogs » Dr. Ben Kim's blog  (tons of great information and resources here.. also you can join us on Facebook to share the news)

Why Drinking Too Much Water Is Dangerous  (cont.)

Conversely, if you do not eat a lot of plant foods and/or you add substantial salt and spices to your meals, you may need to drink several glasses of water every day.

Regardless of what your diet looks like, if you sweat on a regular basis because of exercise or a warm climate, you will need to supply your body with more water (through food and/or liquids) than someone who does not sweat regularly.

Ultimately, the best guidance I can provide on this issue is to follow your sense of thirst. Some people believe that thirst is not a reliable indicator of how much water you need, since many people suffer with symptoms related to dehydration and don't seem to feel a need to drink water on a regular basis. My experience has been that most people who are chronically dehydrated have learned to ignore a parched mouth. If you ask such people if they are thirsty and would like a piece of fruit or a glass of water, they will almost always realize that they are indeed thirsty.

Some people suggest observing the color of your urine as a way of looking out for dehydration. The idea is that clear urine indicates that you are well hydrated, while yellow urine indicates that you need more water in your system. While this advice is somewhat useful, it is important to remember that some chemicals (like synthetic vitamins) and heavily pigmented foods (like red beets) can add substantial color to your urine. Thumbs down for synthetic vitamins, and thumbs up for red beets and other richly colored vegetables and fruits.

The main idea that I wish to share through this article is to beware of mindlessly drinking several glasses of water per day without considering your diet, exercise habits, climate, and sense of thirst. And when you do find yourself in need of water, remember that you can get it from liquids and/or whole foods.

Please share this article with family and friends, as many people are regularly misinformed on this topic by mainstream media and health practitioners.

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Vickers Tree Radio interviews alternative health practitioners November 07, 2010 9:19 AM

Vickers Tree Radio Speaks with alternative health practitioners, energetic healers, doctors, authors and equine facilitated practices to allow people to better understand the opportunities available to their pathway to health. The show airs live every Sunday 11am MST and is available on itunes or in webpage archives as well.

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 September 21, 2011 5:44 PM

The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

Find a Naturopathic Doctor Near You:

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THANKS DONNA September 29, 2011 8:11 AM


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 September 30, 2011 5:24 AM

Tasunka, There's a Helluva lot more SCAM ARTISTS in the Medical Industry!

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