We are all focused on living our best lives, and that means providing our bodies and minds with what they need for optimal health and wellbeing. While a general practitioner may be more likely to focus on treating symptoms once they arise, naturopathy can be a major benefit to people of all ages and backgrounds, as the team here at the Environmental Health Center is focused on preventive measures to keep you healthy and happy.
Naturopathy Prevents Disease
We are dedicated to empowering our patients by educating them and helping them lead healthier lives. This means providing clear cut ways to keep them healthy, from dietary and nutritional needs to mental health and psychological support. We analyze all aspects of your life that could be impacting your health to help prevent disease.
Naturopathy focuses on Non-Invasive Treatment Options
The medical team here at Environmental Health Center is focused on complementary ways to improve your health and wellbeing through safe but effective treatment options. We are focused on finding the best most conservative strategies for treating conditions and managing your symptoms. Some naturopathic treatments that we may recommend include,
- Nutritional recommendations and dietary changes
- Supplementation and herbal remedies
- Homeopathic treatments
- Physical therapy
- Massage therapy
- Acupressure and acupuncture
- Counseling and therapy
Naturopathy Treats a Variety of Health Problems
What makes naturopathy a popular alternative therapy is that it can be used to treat a wide range of acute and chronic health problems including,
- Hormonal imbalances
- Digestive issues
- Headaches and migraines
- Chronic pain conditions and disorders
- Insomnia and other sleep disorders
- Stress and anxiety
- Skin disorders
- Heart conditions
- Autoimmune disorders
Naturopathy Can Support Your Current Treatment Plan
If you’re dealing with chronic conditions such as migraines you may have found a general practitioner or specialist who has provided you with certain medications and lifestyle changes; however, if you aren’t getting the full relief you need then you may wish to visit one of our naturopathic practitioners to find new, non-invasive and complementary therapies that can enhance the care and treatment you are currently getting from your regular doctor or specialist.
If you want to learn more about naturopathy and how this alternative treatment could improve your health and wellbeing, contact Environmental Health Center at (314) 921-5600 to schedule an appointment.