Re: Re: Re: Clayton College of Natural Medicine and Nite Naturopathic Institute


Tuesday, Dec 14, 2004

Re: Re: Re: Clayton College of Natural Medicine and Nite Naturopathic Institute

Posted by Heather Gallinger on 03/06/01 at 11:19 PM

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I believe you will find that law does not apply to the teaching practises employed by those who embrace the approaches of a traditional naturopath. There is no law against offering one’s own oppinion on a varity of health promoting dietary changes and suggesting vitamins and suppliments. A traditional naturopath is one who is paid as a consultant to help an individual promote their own holistic (mind/body/spirit) wellness. Traditional naturopaths don’t practise any medicine; they offer advice to promote health. I’m studying to be a DO and I see a clear distinction between the a traditional naturopath vs. an ND vs a DO. Someday, I hope to learn more about traditional naturopathy in additional to my medical training. However, having not read the law, I can’t say for sure that it doesn’t apply, but it seems likely the law pertains to NDs who do practise medicine.


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