Integrative Medicine — Where Medicine is Going

Integrative Medicine — Where Medicine is Going

Recently, Dr. Pina LoGiudice (an NYANP member) and Dr. David Katz were interviewed by Katie Couric to talk about integrative, holistic, and naturopathic medical care.

Are you one of the 70% of Americans who are taking more than one prescription drug?  More and more people are now searching for other, more natural ways to treat their symptoms.  Major hospitals are beginning to open up to more natural ways of healing including using Chinese medicine as part of their care.

“Since the beginning of time, people have been looking at herbs as a form of medicine.” ~Dr. Pina LoGuidice

To watch the video segment, click here:  WATCH VIDEO.

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