October 2011 |Cardiology, Pulmonology & Ophthalmology

oct11.pdf_1_thumbCalming Atrial Fibrillation Naturopathic Medicine for a Common Condition…………………………>> cover
Paul R. Saunders, PHD, ND


Natural Eye Therapies You Can Use Now: 2011 Update………………………>> bottom of cover
Paul S. Anderson, ND


Acupuncture for Essential Hypertension…………………………………>>6
Mordy Levy, MD, DC, ND
A valid, cost-effective modality that provides therapeutic effects and lowers blood pressure immediately.


Hypertensive Retinopathy……………….>>9
Arcoma L. González Lambert, ND
The naturopathic juxtaposition of practice building.


Medical Resources for NDs……………>>10
Stacie Deyglio, ND
A review of current publications for the naturopathic industry.


Functional Medicine, Allopathic Medicine, and Naturopathic Medicine……………>>19
Thomas Kruzel, ND and Zora DeGrandpre, ND
How to reconnect the dots and put Humpty Dumpty back together again.


Bringing Naturopathic Medicine to North American Native Communities……….>>28
David Schleich, PhD
Rethinking Possible—It’s time to support and encourage the training and education of Native Americans into the practice.


Treating Atrial Fibrillation and Decreasing Risk Naturally………………………………>>11
Dan Carter, ND
A succinct review of atrial fibrillation and approaches to decrease risk factors by nonpharmaceutical means.


A Long-Term Approach to Cardiovascular Disease…………………>>14
Esther Perreault, ND
How a comprehensive approach combined with more sensitive predictive assessment tools can dramatically improve the preventive potential for our patients.


The Heart of the Matter…………………>>17
Mark Swanson, ND
“Cardio-Gems” for repairing and restoring heart cells with Dr Stephen Sinatra, MD


Falling Is Not Failing……………………..>>22
Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND
Reducing seizure events and curing their debilitating effects with homeopathy.


Microcirculation……………………………>>23
Robin DiPasquale, ND, RH (AHG)
Increasing microcirculation with herbal tonics to enhance the function of all tissues, organs, and glands.


The “White Plague”………………………>>26
By Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE
Was tuberculosis the catalyst, or at least a providential accident, that directly led to the birth of the naturopathic profession?

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