If you’re a high-risk Covid patient worried about coming into the clinic, we know your health journey does not get put on hold because of this pandemic. We are prepared with masks and filters as well as love and respect to continue serving you.
We know that eating well can prevent a lot of health issues, but did you know that it can contribute to protection from coronavirus by reducing our risk of metabolic syndrome? Read more about how to eat safely and healthy during the pandemic.
The new coronavirus pandemic is changing the whole world right now. Naturopathic medicine has valuable experience to offer during this time. In fact, many of the creative and thoughtful responses already happening are naturally in line with naturopathic philosophy.
If you are looking for an alternative way to treat chronic pain, put away the painkillers and learn more about Perineural Injection Therapy. This innovative treatment directly nourishes nerve cells providing powerful, long-lasting pain relief.
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was first identified in the Wuhan province of China late in 2019. Read on for how to protect yourself and use naturopathic care to stay healthy and have an appropriate and beneficial immune response.
Have you attempted to improve your health, but felt worse from trying? This can be caused by a “healing crisis”, and it often occurs when improvement in one part of the body causes problems in another part. Learn more about a healing crisis, and how our naturopathic doctors can help you overcome the unpleasant symptoms of a healing crisis.
In this article we would like to define and discuss our naturopathic medicine approach in Portland, Collaborative Care, and how it benefits our patients.
Here our Portland doctors define holistic health care as well as natural medicine & how clinics can offer patients affordable wellness care.
Why do Naturopathic Doctors Spend Between One and Two Hours with Patients in an Appointment? Printable Handout You may have noticed that it takes longer than ever to schedule a first appointment with a new health care provider. You’ve also likely spent more time in the waiting room than face-to-face with your physician. In the United States, consultation time…
Diabetes is a disease involving a dysfunction of sugar/carbohydrate metabolism, i.e. the body can’t process sugars/carbs in a “normal” way. The cause of the dysfunction differs depending on what type of diabetes it is (Type 1, Type 2, etc.), but the resulting high blood sugar and inability for the cells to utilize glucose efficiently is…