LISTEN: What is naturopathic medicine? How do you know if it’s right for you?

Two students walk past the 'NCNM Clinic' building in Portland, Ore.
(National College of Natural Medicine)

Have you been frustrated by a chronic medical condition? Have you failed several traditional treatments? Naturopathic medicine, oftentimes acknowledged as a “last resort,” is a practice where patients work together with a naturopathic physician to determine the cause of their condition. From there, naturopathic physicians develop more holistic treatments for patients, prioritizing treatments that will allow the body to heal itself.

HOST: Dr. Jillian Woodruff
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