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Who are naturopaths?

As its name indicates it, naturopathy called upon natural methods to bring a quality of life, form and environment. In spite of a good hygiene of life, we all are likely to be exposed to various stresses or of living experiments harmful, traumatic, which will undermine our health. The profession of naturopathe, in the field of the care of health, is centered on the prevention and it employs natural methods and substances to improve the re-establishment of the people. The naturopathes examine the patients, pose diagnoses and look after the patients. Their method stresses the support and stimulation of the mechanisms of cure inherent in the body. It will be then necessary to intervene to choose therapeutic the most adequate. Expensive with the antiques traditions, the naturopathy treats vital energy human being of which great care should be taken. This vital energy, partly generic, becomes exhausted little by little with the age and the many ones devitalizing, for example; tobacco, alcohol, the abuse drugs or drug, chemical pollution, the electromagnetic ones, stress, overwork etc…

What is a naturopathe and what is his role?

Neither doctor MD, nor healers, naturopathes N.D., are teachers of the health who, with an aim first, incite their patients to adopt a life style favorable to health. Knowing that a good hygiene of life is essential for the maintenance of a good health, naturopathe N.D., or Doctor in naturopathy, offers to its patient a vital assessment which determines the factors of risks and the tendencies hereditary predisposing with the diseases.

The principal role of naturopathes N.D.

The principal role of naturopathes N.D., are initially to carry out the interventions necessary in order to prevent the development, risks of diseases. The vital assessment establishes by the naturopathe leads to an important teaching dialogue which responsabilise the patient towards a reharmonisation of his daily habits mainly towards the hygiene of life, phytotherapy, clinical nutrition, ect.

The Naturopathe N.D., trys to avoid or delay diseases, and is professionally formed to guide its patients towards better food practices, exercise, rest and sleep, management of stress etc….

Formations of the certified naturopathe (n.d.)

The duration of the formation of the certified naturopathe (n.d.) is of 1000 hours minimum academic close including various work and obligatory research. The taught subjects are the anatomy/physiology mainly internal organs, pathology, the nutrition, the phytotherapy and the study of the signs and symptoms.

Formations leading to the doctorate of naturopathy (N.D.),

With regard to the formation leading to the doctorate in naturopathy (N.D.), it is considerably more elaborate than certification to (n.d.). The doctorate consists of a 5400 hours minimum academic with the result that the doctor in naturopathy (N.D.) has strong knowledge on the level of the anatomy/physiology, pathologies, nutrition, herbology for example; on the various medicinal plants or essential oils, manual therapy for example; maybe into chiropratic, kinesitherapy, osteopathy or massothérapie, of the various techniques in psychotherapy for example a strong knowledge on the level of the hypnothérapie, homeopathic medicine, Chinese medicine for example; acupresure, Chinese herbology, nutrition according to Chinese traditional medicine, Chinese pulse and of the energy techniques for example it (M.R.P). Moreover, naturopathe N.D., must presented and to deposit a thesis with the 200 hours equivalence for obtaining its title of doctor recognized by “Canadian Council of Naturopathic Examiners” (CCNE).



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