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Notes from the Field: June, 2020

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls  Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed presentation; […]

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Antifungals: A Prudent Perspective – Part 2

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND As discussed in the last installment of this article, there are numerous concerns with employing antifungals, including the growing issue of antifungal resistance and the complexities of how and when to use them appropriately. Part 1 of this article laid the foundation for a discussion regarding the process of choosing a suitable antifungal, as well as how […]

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A Naturopathic Approach to DM – Part 1

The Vital Conversation   James Sensenig, NDMona Morstein, ND, DHANP This article joins a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI)’s Wednesday morning call-in program, The Vital Conversation. The program is hosted by senior Vitalists to enhance the ability of naturopathic physicians to practice as vitalist naturopathic doctors. In this lightly edited transcript (by Emily Kane, […]

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Basket Weaving: How Neurasthenia Inspired the Arts & Crafts Movement and More

Naturopathic Perspective  Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO During our time at home this past spring, I took up 2 new hobbies: chair caning and basket making. I can’t claim to be particularly accomplished at either. If you want to joke about me being a basket case, don’t feel too clever; the suggestion has already been made.  In the process of acquiring these skills, I ended […]

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Telemedicine: Its Role in Naturopathic Practice

Practice Building  Iva Lloyd, BScH, RPP, ND Now is the time for naturopathic medicine to soar. The profession has the potential to truly own a key place in healthcare – locally, nationally, and on the global stage. The decisions we make as a profession in the next few months and years will either make or break us as a […]

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Getting Back to Nature’s Way: The Role of Over-breathing in Chronic Disease

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  Cheryl Kasdorf, ND Indulge me, and consciously take a breath. You were breathing anyway, right? As you breathe in, feel the air passing into your lungs and notice how much space is being filled. Imagine the oxygen from the air entering your bloodstream and being carried to every cell of your body. As you breathe out, […]

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Adapting in These Times: Growing Your Practice During COVID

Practice Building  Chen Yen The current COVID situation has led to many naturopathic practices experiencing hardships, with some practitioners even choosing to close their practice. The good news is that even in times like these, practices can still grow. What’s important is to strategically plan and stay ahead of the curve.   Based on my experience of working with naturopathic physicians day in […]

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DROs & Novel Respiratory Infections: Homeopathy as An Effective Tool

Tolle Totum Nazanin Vassighi, ND Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest public health challenges of our time, due to the rising prevalence of “superbugs,” or drug-resistant organisms (DROs). DROs may be responsible for an estimated 10 million deaths per year by 2050, surpassing cancer deaths.1 In addition to the increased risk of mortality, treatment of these infections generates a costly burden on the world economy, exceeding […]

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Integrating East and West: Unique Agents for Respiratory Health

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  Carrie Decker, ND As we transition from the dog days of summer to the dead of winter, many of us take heed of the need to support immune system function. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), autumn is the season associated with the lungs, an organ linked with sadness and grief and, when healthy, with openness […]

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Epidemics & Pandemics; Homeopathic Prevention & Management – Part 2

Naturopathic Perspective  Sharum Sharif, ND In Part 1 of this article, I covered how and why epidemics are on the rise; how conventional medical approaches alone (including drugs and vaccination) are insufficient in meeting the needs of our species; and how homeopathy is the alternative solution that is so desperately needed. Homeopathy is a solid solution that has passed the test of time and has a high degree of […]

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Insomnia, Substance Use, & Anxiety: Looking to the Therapeutic Order to Restore Balance

Student Scholarship – 3rd Place Case Study  Lana FerrisJennifer Brusewitz, ND As naturopathic physicians, we understand that quality sleep is foundational to our patients’ well-being. Many patients suffer from comorbid conditions that interfere with their ability to get the proper amount of restorative sleep. Addressing disturbed sleep is critical to the treatment of any health condition when […]

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Notes from the Field: February, 2020

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls  Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed presentation; rather, […]

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Homeopathy, Part 2

The Vital Conversation  James Sensenig, NDThomas A. Kruzel, ND This is the second part of a 2-part article based on discussions with Dr Thom Kruzel, of Scottsdale, AZ, and moderated by Dr Jim Sensenig, the founder of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI). They join a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays […]

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The Brave New World of eLearning: Let’s Not Strap on Feathered Wings

Education  David J. Schleich, PhD Dickens nailed it when he wrote in 1859, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” [A Tale of Two Cities] Two centuries later, the best and the worst are before us in the higher education and healthcare terrains. There is disruption afoot everywhere, exacerbated by the social, […]

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Vitamin B12: More is Not Better

Primum Non Nocere  Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Vitamin B12 may not be as safe as we once thought. Our routine of injecting vitamin B12 indiscriminately into anyone who wants more energy just might not be the great idea that many of us think it is. That’s the thought that keeps arising in the back of my mind ever since reading […]

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Atypical Fungal Dermatology

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND When the phrase “fungal infections” is uttered, what are the first 3 pathologies that come to mind? Perhaps you think of the deadly, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Or maybe you specialize in women’s health and immediately think of vaginal candidiasis. Or maybe you are a primary care physician and you immediately picture the common case presentations of ringworm. In this […]

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Mitigating Skin Conditions: Targeting the Cutaneous Microbiome

Naturopathic Perspective  Katie Strobe, ND The intestinal and stool microbiome has been researched and described for many years, unlike the skin and scalp microbiomes, which have more recently come into the spotlight.1 To better understand how bacterial diversity and abundance contribute to skin health and dermatological conditions, microbiology and dermatology investigators are using pyrosequencing technology to identify and characterize microorganisms on the skin.2 Furthering insight into […]

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Vascular Aging: An Important Consideration in Longevity Medicine

Docere  Stephen W. Parcell, ND  Too often, patients seeking age-management medicine tend to be most interested in their appearance. Because of this demand, medical professionals tend to also focus on cosmetic interventions, including testosterone for big muscles, hair implants, skin peels, laser treatments, dermabrasion, hormone replacement, and endless supplements – all toward the goal of hopefully looking better. I believe more emphasis should be placed on disease prevention. Though dermatologic improvements […]

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COVID-19: A Naturopathic Approach

Tolle Totum  Catherine Clinton, ND  As the novel SARS-CoV-2 continues to make its way across the globe, naturopathic medicine becomes more and more important. This coronavirus is new, so there is still a lot we don’t know about it. We have no research to show that any of the nutritional and herbal information mentioned below prevents or treats COVID-19. However, we do have lots of […]

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Stress-Induced Hair Loss: Benefits from a Standardized Nutraceutical

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  MELISSA ANZELONE, ND ALEKSANDER RICHARDS GIORGIO DELL’ACQUA, PHD   It is estimated that 35-million men and 21-million women suffer from some degree of hair loss in the United States.1 By 35 years of age, 40% of men experience hair loss, and this increases to 70% by age 80.1 Similarly, approximately 80% of women have hair loss by age 60.1 The negative psychosocial […]

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Psoriasis: Resolution Using Naturopathic Intervention

Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Case Study  LILLEA HARTWELL, ND LESLIE AXELROD, ND, LAC  Psoriasis affects more than 8 million adults in the United States.1 There are several types of psoriasis, but most psoriatic lesions consist of circumscribed, red, thickened plaques overlying silvery white scales.2 Characteristically, the condition involves the scalp, especially extensor surfaces of wrists, elbows, knees, buttocks, and ankles, as well as sites of repeated trauma.2 Nail involvement results in characteristic pitting; […]

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Notes from the Field: December, 2019

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is a not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed […]

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Dialing Up the Vis, Part 3

The Vital Conversation James Sensenig, ND This is the third part of a 3-part article from The Vital Conversation that took place on June 22, 2016. It is part of a new series of articles in NDNR that is based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays for several years and were hosted by […]

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Mental Problems in Children with Diabetes

Node Smith, ND Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a serious but common complication of type 1 diabetes, is linked to lower IQ scores and worse memory in children with type 1 diabetes, according to a study led by UC Davis Health researchers. The study published Sept. 22 in Diabetes Care is also the first large-scale work to […]

Improved Enzyme ‘Cocktail’ That Eats Plastic Waste

Node Smith, ND The scientists who re-engineered the plastic-eating enzyme PETase have now created an enzyme ‘cocktail’ which can digest plastic up to six times faster. A second enzyme, found in the same rubbish dwelling bacterium that lives on a diet of plastic bottles, has been combined with PETase to speed up the breakdown of […]

First Sign of COVID-19 in Elderly May Be Delirium

Node Smith, ND A new analysis of data from researchers at King’s College London using information from the COVID Symptom Study app and patients admitted to St Thomas’ Hospital in London, has shown that delirium — a state of acute confusion associated with a higher risk of serious illness and death — is a key […]

What if Adult Skin Could Regenerate Like Newborns?

Node Smith, ND A newly identified genetic factor allows adult skin to repair itself like the skin of a newborn babe. The discovery by Washington State University researchers has implications for better skin wound treatment as well as preventing some of the aging process in skin. Researchers identified a factor that acts like a molecular […]

Signs of Brain Damage From Sleep Apnea Same as Alzheimer’s

Node Smith, ND New research has confirmed long-suspected links between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s disease, finding identical signs of brain damage in both conditions. While the cause of Alzheimer’s disease remains a mystery, amyloid plaques that are toxic to brain cells are known indicators of the disease. New research showed these plaques start in the […]

The Comfort of Your Shoes May be Weakening Your Muscles

Node Smith, ND The toe of most shoes, especially sneakers, bends ever so slightly upward. While that curve, called a toe spring, can make stepping more comfortable and easier, it may also weaken feet and potentially open them up to some common (and painful) foot-related problems. That’s the conclusion reached by Harvard evolutionary biologist Daniel […]

Genetic Differences Linked to Severity of COVID-19 Cases

Node Smith, ND, People infected by the novel coronavirus can have symptoms that range from mild to deadly. Now, two new analyses suggest that some life-threatening cases can be traced to weak spots in patients’ immune systems. At least 3.5 percent of study patients with severe COVID-19 have mutations in genes involved in antiviral defense […]

Men’s “Y” Chromosome Does More than Thought

Node Smith, ND New light is being shed on a little-known role of Y chromosome genes, specific to males, that could explain why men suffer differently than women from various diseases, including Covid-19. The findings were published this month in Scientific Reports by Université de Montréal professor Christian Deschepper, director of the Experimental Cardiovascular Biology […]

Mitochondrial Complex I Mechanism Revealed

Node Smith, ND Mitochondria are the powerhouses of our cells, generating energy that supports life. A giant molecular proton pump, called complex I, is crucial: It sets in motion a chain of reactions, creating a proton gradient that powers the generation of ATP, the cell’s fuel. Despite complex I’s central role, the mechanism by which […]

Weighted Blankets May Help Your Sleep Problems

Node Smith, ND Weighted blankets are a safe and effective intervention in the treatment of insomnia, according to Swedish researchers who found that insomnia patients with psychiatric disorders experienced reduced insomnia severity, improved sleep and less daytime sleepiness when sleeping with a weighted chain blanket. Results of the randomized, controlled study Results of the randomized, […]

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Mental Problems in Children with Diabetes

Node Smith, ND Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a serious but common complication of type 1 diabetes, is linked to lower IQ scores and worse memory in children with type 1 diabetes, according to a study led by UC Davis Health researchers. The study published Sept. 22 in Diabetes Care is also the first large-scale work to […]

Improved Enzyme ‘Cocktail’ That Eats Plastic Waste

Node Smith, ND The scientists who re-engineered the plastic-eating enzyme PETase have now created an enzyme ‘cocktail’ which can digest plastic up to six times faster. A second enzyme, found in the same rubbish dwelling bacterium that lives on a diet of plastic bottles, has been combined with PETase to speed up the breakdown of […]

First Sign of COVID-19 in Elderly May Be Delirium

Node Smith, ND A new analysis of data from researchers at King’s College London using information from the COVID Symptom Study app and patients admitted to St Thomas’ Hospital in London, has shown that delirium — a state of acute confusion associated with a higher risk of serious illness and death — is a key […]

What if Adult Skin Could Regenerate Like Newborns?

Node Smith, ND A newly identified genetic factor allows adult skin to repair itself like the skin of a newborn babe. The discovery by Washington State University researchers has implications for better skin wound treatment as well as preventing some of the aging process in skin. Researchers identified a factor that acts like a molecular […]

Signs of Brain Damage From Sleep Apnea Same as Alzheimer’s

Node Smith, ND New research has confirmed long-suspected links between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s disease, finding identical signs of brain damage in both conditions. While the cause of Alzheimer’s disease remains a mystery, amyloid plaques that are toxic to brain cells are known indicators of the disease. New research showed these plaques start in the […]

PIH Academy Course Now Available On-Demand

PIH Academy is educating healthcare practitioners on Physiology First as the basis of functional medicine in practice – now with the convenience of on-demand lectures. ASHBURN, VA – PIH Academy, an educational initiative of PERQUE Integrative Health, aims to provide healthcare practitioners with a deeper understanding of Physiology First as the philosophy underpinning the practice of […]

The Comfort of Your Shoes May be Weakening Your Muscles

Node Smith, ND The toe of most shoes, especially sneakers, bends ever so slightly upward. While that curve, called a toe spring, can make stepping more comfortable and easier, it may also weaken feet and potentially open them up to some common (and painful) foot-related problems. That’s the conclusion reached by Harvard evolutionary biologist Daniel […]

Genetic Differences Linked to Severity of COVID-19 Cases

Node Smith, ND, People infected by the novel coronavirus can have symptoms that range from mild to deadly. Now, two new analyses suggest that some life-threatening cases can be traced to weak spots in patients’ immune systems. At least 3.5 percent of study patients with severe COVID-19 have mutations in genes involved in antiviral defense […]

Men’s “Y” Chromosome Does More than Thought

Node Smith, ND New light is being shed on a little-known role of Y chromosome genes, specific to males, that could explain why men suffer differently than women from various diseases, including Covid-19. The findings were published this month in Scientific Reports by Université de Montréal professor Christian Deschepper, director of the Experimental Cardiovascular Biology […]

Mitochondrial Complex I Mechanism Revealed

Node Smith, ND Mitochondria are the powerhouses of our cells, generating energy that supports life. A giant molecular proton pump, called complex I, is crucial: It sets in motion a chain of reactions, creating a proton gradient that powers the generation of ATP, the cell’s fuel. Despite complex I’s central role, the mechanism by which […]

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Insomnia, Substance Use, & Anxiety: Looking to the Therapeutic Order to Restore Balance

Student Scholarship – 3rd Place Case Study  Lana FerrisJennifer Brusewitz, ND As naturopathic physicians, we understand that quality sleep is foundational to our patients’ well-being. Many patients suffer from comorbid conditions that interfere with their ability to get the proper amount of restorative sleep. Addressing disturbed sleep is critical to the treatment of any health condition when […]

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Notes from the Field: February, 2020

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls  Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed presentation; rather, […]

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Homeopathy, Part 2

The Vital Conversation  James Sensenig, NDThomas A. Kruzel, ND This is the second part of a 2-part article based on discussions with Dr Thom Kruzel, of Scottsdale, AZ, and moderated by Dr Jim Sensenig, the founder of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute (NMI). They join a series of articles in NDNR that are based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays […]

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The Brave New World of eLearning: Let’s Not Strap on Feathered Wings

Education  David J. Schleich, PhD Dickens nailed it when he wrote in 1859, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” [A Tale of Two Cities] Two centuries later, the best and the worst are before us in the higher education and healthcare terrains. There is disruption afoot everywhere, exacerbated by the social, […]

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Vitamin B12: More is Not Better

Primum Non Nocere  Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO Vitamin B12 may not be as safe as we once thought. Our routine of injecting vitamin B12 indiscriminately into anyone who wants more energy just might not be the great idea that many of us think it is. That’s the thought that keeps arising in the back of my mind ever since reading […]

99924961 - ringworm. mycosis to the toe. beach sand background.

Atypical Fungal Dermatology

Tolle Causam  Lauren Tessier, ND When the phrase “fungal infections” is uttered, what are the first 3 pathologies that come to mind? Perhaps you think of the deadly, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Or maybe you specialize in women’s health and immediately think of vaginal candidiasis. Or maybe you are a primary care physician and you immediately picture the common case presentations of ringworm. In this […]

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Mitigating Skin Conditions: Targeting the Cutaneous Microbiome

Naturopathic Perspective  Katie Strobe, ND The intestinal and stool microbiome has been researched and described for many years, unlike the skin and scalp microbiomes, which have more recently come into the spotlight.1 To better understand how bacterial diversity and abundance contribute to skin health and dermatological conditions, microbiology and dermatology investigators are using pyrosequencing technology to identify and characterize microorganisms on the skin.2 Furthering insight into […]

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Vascular Aging: An Important Consideration in Longevity Medicine

Docere  Stephen W. Parcell, ND  Too often, patients seeking age-management medicine tend to be most interested in their appearance. Because of this demand, medical professionals tend to also focus on cosmetic interventions, including testosterone for big muscles, hair implants, skin peels, laser treatments, dermabrasion, hormone replacement, and endless supplements – all toward the goal of hopefully looking better. I believe more emphasis should be placed on disease prevention. Though dermatologic improvements […]

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COVID-19: A Naturopathic Approach

Tolle Totum  Catherine Clinton, ND  As the novel SARS-CoV-2 continues to make its way across the globe, naturopathic medicine becomes more and more important. This coronavirus is new, so there is still a lot we don’t know about it. We have no research to show that any of the nutritional and herbal information mentioned below prevents or treats COVID-19. However, we do have lots of […]

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Stress-Induced Hair Loss: Benefits from a Standardized Nutraceutical

Vis Medicatrix Naturae  MELISSA ANZELONE, ND ALEKSANDER RICHARDS GIORGIO DELL’ACQUA, PHD   It is estimated that 35-million men and 21-million women suffer from some degree of hair loss in the United States.1 By 35 years of age, 40% of men experience hair loss, and this increases to 70% by age 80.1 Similarly, approximately 80% of women have hair loss by age 60.1 The negative psychosocial […]

Psoriasis vulgaris on the male hands with plaque, rash and patches, isolated on white background. Autoimmune  genetic disease.

Psoriasis: Resolution Using Naturopathic Intervention

Student Scholarship – 2nd Place Case Study  LILLEA HARTWELL, ND LESLIE AXELROD, ND, LAC  Psoriasis affects more than 8 million adults in the United States.1 There are several types of psoriasis, but most psoriatic lesions consist of circumscribed, red, thickened plaques overlying silvery white scales.2 Characteristically, the condition involves the scalp, especially extensor surfaces of wrists, elbows, knees, buttocks, and ankles, as well as sites of repeated trauma.2 Nail involvement results in characteristic pitting; […]

Sad man silhouette worried on the beach at sunset with the sun in the background

Notes from the Field: December, 2019

Nature Cure Clinical Pearls Jared L. Zeff, ND, VNMI, LAc The following is a not an article prepared for a medical journal. Not every statement of fact is cited or referenced. This is a commentary on the medicine, a running set of observations about practice in the field. It’s not meant to be a peer-reviewed […]

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Dialing Up the Vis, Part 3

The Vital Conversation James Sensenig, ND This is the third part of a 3-part article from The Vital Conversation that took place on June 22, 2016. It is part of a new series of articles in NDNR that is based on transcripts of conversations that occurred on Wednesdays for several years and were hosted by […]

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Adapting in These Times: Growing Your Practice During COVID

Practice Building  Chen Yen The current COVID situation has led to many naturopathic practices experiencing hardships, with some practitioners even choosing to close their practice. The good news is that even in times like these, practices can still grow. What’s important is to strategically plan and stay ahead of the curve.   Based on my experience of working with naturopathic physicians day in […]

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Branding Your Clinic Makes Sense

Todd Bosteder Practice Building When I started my first marketing agency, one of my core mantras was, “Branding is for billionaires.” I would tell my clients that they ought to bypass branding opportunities in favor of direct-response, transactional marketing tactics. The concept was sound: If the tactic or advertisement we were considering didn’t drive patients […]

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Search Engine Optimization: 5 Essential Steps to Improve Local SEO for Your Practice

Teerawong Kasiolarn, ND, MSAc, LAc Practice Building What is SEO? And why is it so important when it comes to promoting your naturopathic practice? SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Most people create their website while lacking knowledge of SEO, especially if they create the website without any professional help. The main reason for creating […]

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Working with Genes: Integrating Genetic Health Reports into Clinical Practice

Tom Ballard, ND Practice Building Medicine has entered the “genome era.”1 Genetic reports are already helping practitioners and patients identify and treat chronic health conditions.2,3 “Recent developments in genomic sequencing technologies offer the potential to revolutionize the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases…”4 The goal of this article is to help practitioners select a genetic […]

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PIH Academy Course Now Available On-Demand

PIH Academy is educating healthcare practitioners on Physiology First as the basis of functional medicine in practice – now with the convenience of on-demand lectures. ASHBURN, VA – PIH Academy, an educational initiative of PERQUE Integrative Health, aims to provide healthcare practitioners with a deeper understanding of Physiology First as the philosophy underpinning the practice of […]

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COVID-19 and VIOME

As we all continue to navigate this challenging, world-wide event, I very much hope that every one of you is safe, well, and able to use this time to invest as much as you can in your health.  Viome is a federally certified clinical lab and certified by the state government to be an essential […]

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Ethical Product Marketing in the Coronavirus Era: Town Hall

We will be discussing the do’s and don’ts of marketing products during the Coronavirus era. This is pertinent not only for the hemp industry but the larger dietary supplement industry as well! I will be joined by two special guests which cover the expert legal, regulatory, and marketing sides of the industry. -Linda Nielander is […]

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The NDNR Physician’s Choice Award is bestowed upon companies that embrace naturopathic medicine and support naturopathic physicians, their practices and patients. Characteristics of a nominee should include, but are not limited to: quality products, superior customer service, community outreach, and social/environmental impact.

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PIH Academy Course Now Available On-Demand

PIH Academy is educating healthcare practitioners on Physiology First as the basis of functional medicine in practice – now with the convenience of on-demand lectures. ASHBURN, VA – PIH Academy, an educational initiative of PERQUE Integrative Health, aims to provide healthcare practitioners with a deeper understanding of Physiology First as the philosophy underpinning the practice of […]

COVID-19 and VIOME

As we all continue to navigate this challenging, world-wide event, I very much hope that every one of you is safe, well, and able to use this time to invest as much as you can in your health.  Viome is a federally certified clinical lab and certified by the state government to be an essential […]

Ethical Product Marketing in the Coronavirus Era: Town Hall

We will be discussing the do’s and don’ts of marketing products during the Coronavirus era. This is pertinent not only for the hemp industry but the larger dietary supplement industry as well! I will be joined by two special guests which cover the expert legal, regulatory, and marketing sides of the industry. -Linda Nielander is […]

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