Dr. Steven King, ND

Many practitioners feel homeopathy can seem to be too complicated to take on, but it doesn’t have to be. Dr. Steven King, ND breaks down homeopathy with tips on taking a good case and how he approaches case/patient analysis using Rajan Sankaran’s sensation method. This episode is the conclusion of the interview that was posted … Continue reading Homeopathy – Case Taking Tips and The Sankaran Method

Dr. Steven King, ND

I first heard about Dr. Steven King and his practice, Ravenna Homeopathic Clinic, while seeing a patient as a student clinician at Bastyr. The patient mentioned their daughter had received a homeopathic remedy from Dr. King that cured her allergies. She thought that it might have just been the sheer presence of the doctor, and … Continue reading Lessons from 30 years of Practice – with Dr. Steven King, ND

Dr. Christie Fleetwood, ND

Starting a medical practice sounds like a daunting task to many people. Doing it an unlicensed state sounds even harder. It may even bring up thoughts of getting a visit from the friendly local medical police and getting handcuffed in the middle of a patient visit. The reality is that starting a medical practice as a naturopath … Continue reading How to Practice in an Unlicensed State as a Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Joshua Goldenberg, ND

This podcast is a continuation of last week’s podcast. It’s the second of this series on mastering the medical literature. If you haven’t listened to last week’s episode start here. The guy answering my questions if the awesome Dr. Goldenberg, ND. If you want to learn about some of the latest natural medicine research on … Continue reading Mastering the Medical Literature – Niacin Study Part 2

Dr. Joshua Goldenberg, ND

Are you intimidated by reading a medical research article? Do you start reading, get to a number you don’t understand, and then put an article down? Or maybe can you get an idea of what an article is talking about, but don’t get certain sections sometimes? If you can answer yes to any of the … Continue reading Mastering the Medical Literature – Niacin Study Part 1

Dan Clements

Starting a practice can seem like a daunting task, especially for someone without any business experience or skills. Most of you didn’t get into your profession to be a business person, you just wanted to help people. Now that you’re close to graduating or already graduated, you’re faced with the task of either getting a … Continue reading Starting Your Own Practice with Dan Clements

Dr. Jennifer Brusewitz, ND

Cell phone use is increasing worldwide. We are told that the radiation they emit is safe, but is it really? We have now been using cell phones for over 30 years, and data is accumulating that the radiation they emit, although non-ionizing, has definite biological effects. A couple of Natural Medicine Journal articles on the topic … Continue reading A Primer on the Risks of Cell Phone Use

Kelly Morrow, RD

Together with regular physical activity and not smoking, our analyses suggest that over 80% of coronary heart disease, 70% of stroke, and 90% of type 2 diabetes can be avoided by healthy food choices that are consistent with the traditional mediterranean diet – Quote in a review of the Mediterranean diet by Walter Willett, MD of … Continue reading Getting to Know The Mediterranean Diet

Dr. Charley Cropley, ND

One of the challenges and great rewards of naturopathic medicine is the different modalities that we can use to help heal patients. Physical medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy, vitamins, minerals, and more. One quote from an elder is that we “do what works”. I like that. What about the basics though? Diet, exercise, stress management, self-talk, … Continue reading The 4 Fundamentals of Health with Dr. Charley Cropley, ND

Dr. Alison Chen, ND

You’re almost a doctor now or maybe you’re already done. You’ve got a unique set of skills that only a few thousand people alive can claim to share. Stop and think about that for a second. What are your options now? Residency, start a practice, work for someone else. All of those have their pluses and … Continue reading Travel the World While Working as an ND