As a naturopath, Dr. Anne Scott believes that the physician’s role is to find the root cause of your malady, support the body’s ability to heal naturally and to treat the person as a whole being—body, mind and spirit. Naturopathic doctors differentiate themselves as a profession by their focus on utilizing treatment methods that support the body and do no harm with generally no side effects.
For most Americans with illnesses, research is indicating that lifestyle and stress play a huge role in the disease processcausing and prolonging disease. Naturopathic physicians are best trained to address not only treatment for disease but also the stress and lifestyle obstacles to healing. Bbecause of their training in biochemical dysfunction that occurs before the disease manifests, naturopaths can help the body find its own strength to prevent the symptoms.
Utilizing her years of clinical experience and training, Dr. Scott will gain an understanding of your holistic health condition, give you an accurate medical diagnosis, and then treat you naturally with nutritional supplements, herbs, homeopathic medicines, Bach flowers, diet and lifestyle changes. Dr. Scott specifically focuses on metabolic changes in the hormone systems of the body that occur before the disease process develops.
A believer in the power of the healing partnership, Dr. Scott will spend time with you as a patient listening to your history and opinions in an effort towards making the wisest choices for your healthcare management whether this involves difficult dietary changes, stress management, weight loss or exercise. Every patient is treated individually because every body and soul is unique.
Over the years, Dr. Scott has helped many patients return to health and balance without the use of their prescriptive medications or with greatly reduced dose and number of medications for conditions such as allergies, asthma, migraines, eczema, chronic bronchitis, GERD, Colitis, irritable bowel, PMS, menopause, hypothroid and Hashimoto’s disease, hyperthyroid, infertility, arthritis, chronic fatigue, viral syndromes, fibromyalgia, insomnia, anxiety, depression and others.
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