From the 2020 NYANP Annual Conference
Naturopathic medicine had its origins as a combination of Nature Cure and Homeopathy. Over time, the profession evolved to include other eclectic modalities such as botanical medicine, manipulation, acupuncture, and pharmaceuticals. However, at the core of Naturopathic medicine is Homeopathy.In 1866, University of Pittsburgh Shadyside Hospital was once called the Homeopathic Hospital of Pittsburgh. Doctors incorporated homeopathy with surgical procedures. What was once considered ‘old’ is now new again. The Hospital Joint Commission is requesting hospitals to research nonpharmacologic approaches to pain relief. Critics have argued that there is not enough research to support the use of Homeopathy in conventional
medicine, and our Naturopathic Medical Schools have discussed removing Homeopathy from the curriculum. The world needs Homeopathy now
more than ever. Homeopathy is effective, affordable, timeless, and in the mainstream.
Hospitals are doing more research to support what Naturopathic Doctors have known for years. Medical doctors are becoming comfortable with homeopathy, but are not familiar with dosing. Homeopathy gives Naturopathic Doctors an opportunity to integrate into the conventional paradigm regardless of the scope of practice in
their individual state. Homeopathic medicine is available to everyone. After listening to this lecture, attendees will feel comfortable dialoguing with other medical professionals to integrate homeopathic protocols into their patients Breast Cancer Treatment Plans. 1 CE
Please email Nicole at executivedirectorNYANP (@) gmail.com when you’ve completed the presentation for your CE certificate (accredited through OBNM).