BUSINESS NEWS UPDATE: Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Oregon naturopathic doctors are ready and available via in-person or telehealth visits. Naturopathic medicine blends centuries-old natural, nontoxic therapies with advances in the science of health and human systems, covering all aspects of family health from prenatal to geriatric care. Naturopathic doctors are the only primary care physicians trained in both natural and conventional approaches to prevent disease, treat acute illness, and manage or reverse chronic health conditions. It is effective in treating most health problems, both acute and chronic.
Today, OANP are providing telemedicine and telehealth to support all patients, including new clients.
"Oregon Naturopaths are trained, prepared, and available to provide excellent patient care for general health issues, supportive care for symptom management of viral infections, illness recover and stress and anxiety management and other mental health concerns," said Kaley Bourgeois, ND, OANP President.
Oregon naturopathic doctors have one of the broadest scopes of practice in the country and are defined as primary care physicians in Oregon statute. Naturopathic doctors are licensed to diagnose and treat disease, can perform or order diagnostic exams and tests, and can prescribe all pharmaceuticals needed in a primary care practice as well as the natural therapeutics that offer patients even more options to address their healthcare needs. From childbirth to counseling, physical medicine to diagnostics, naturopathic medicine covers all a patient's needs.
Let us help you find a naturopathic physician to suit your personal needs!
Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
P.O. Box 5876 Portland, OR 97228
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