Friday, August 23, 2013

Natural Health Care Options

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dr. Tara Andresen - ND for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Dr. Tara Anderson owns and operates two naturopathic health clinics in Toronto, Ontario, which provides patients with a range of natural health care treatments. At Dr. Tara Anderson's naturopathic clinic, treatments range from cardiovascular health to women's health and weight management to blood sugar management. Some treatments included are thyroid disorders, fertility, menopause, high blood pressure, allergies, arthritis, celiac disease, diabetes, anxiety, depression, weight loss, and the list goes on. 
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Naturopathic medicine uses modern scientific knowledge and standard medical diagnostics with a range of natural therapies to address the root of acute and chronic illness. Supporting the body’s own ability to naturally heal itself, naturopathic doctors use an integrated approach to disease diagnosis, and treatment and prevention that includes botanical medicine, acupuncture, Chinese medicine, homeopathic medicine, hydrotherapy, diet and lifestyle changes, and clinical nutritional supplements and injections. 
 
Naturopath medicine is a lot different than homeopath medicine even though most use the terms to the same context. Naturopath doctors go through 3,000 hours of classroom training, 1,200 hours of supervised clinical experience, and broad training in a number of different therapies, where as a homeopathic doctor is only trained in homeopathy treatments. Naturopath doctors are trained to design a treatment program that uses a number of therapies including homeopathic remedies. These types of doctors can provide early diagnosis and treatment for all sorts of health- related conditions by obtaining blood tests, performing physical examinations, and ordering additional lab testing. By doing so, Naturopathic doctors can get a better insight to the patient's health compared to a homeopathic doctor.  
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Dr. Tara Anderson has plenty of experience treating a wide variety of medical conditions such as hormone imbalances, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, digestive disorders, heart disease and hypertension, skin conditions, chronic pain, women's health, infertility, stress management, anxiety and depression, immune systems disorders, blood sugar regulation, weight management and cold/flu prevention.
 
Naturopath medicine is covered by most workplace health insurance plans and can help you greatly improve your health the natural way. Check out drtaraandresennd.com for more information and try it out for yourself. 

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7 comments:

  1. My husband is a huge fan of acupuncture. I however am so terrified of needles I can not even get brave enough to try it. I love other natural remedies though.

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  2. I'd like to try it to quit smoking. So many people have done so well with it.

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  3. This is interesting info! It's nice to see that she is treating issues in a variety of different ways.

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  4. I have heard of this and wonder how good it works for many things. I am not a fan of needles but it doesn't bother me that much either. I would be interested to know if this works for people that have used it.

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  5. This is neat! I would love to give it a try as traditional medicine does not help me with some problems like chronic pair, tiredness, etc. without the use of a prescription. I had no idea they had so much training, but I have always wondered about it. It makes me even more comfortable with the idea of giving at least acupuncture a try! I wish she had an office here!

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  6. I have heard acupuncture works really great for that. I am honestly thinking of trying it out, maybe just take it slow as everyone tells me it is not like regular needles and does not hurt.

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  7. Melinda Kuffler DunneAugust 27, 2013 at 4:12 PM

    I used to get acupuncture years ago and it really helped me. I wished our healthcare would cover it because I would still be going. It does seem that a lot of healthcare plans include that now but ours doesn't yet. I can tell you once it does I will be back being treated naturally.

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