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Naturopathy is a system of health care which promotes the body’s own self-healing mechanism. It uses natural therapies such as Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Physical Manipulations, Colonic Irrigation, Fasting, Exercise and others, following Naturopathic principles. These principles are kept in mind when a Naturopath takes a case, develops treatment plans and offers maintenance for long term term good health.

Naturopathy is based on principles and employs various therapies and diagnostic tools. As long as a therapist follows these Naturopathic Principles he can be called a Naturopathic Therapist.


The Naturopathic Principles are:

  • The Healing Power of Nature The body can heal itself, given the right condition and treatment. There is a ‘Vital Force’ which is stimulated to promote health.

  • Treat the Cause, not a symptom
    Identify the underlying cause of illness rather than eliminating (suppressing) symptoms.

  • Treat the Whole Person
    Recognise a patient’s individuality by taking into account individual physical, mental, genetic, environmental, social, and other factors.

  • Prevention is preferable to cure
    Prevention is preferable to cure in order to keep the Vital Force at all times at its optimum.

  • Education
    The Naturopath educates his patients by bringing a better understanding of health, how to maintain it and how to avoid getting sick. This way the patient can take responsibility for himself.

Naturopathic Acupuncturist follows Naturopathic Principles looking at the whole person when treating a patient knowing that a symptom is not the disease.


A Naturopathic Acupuncturist focuses on:

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture.

  • Treating the whole person, not a symptom.

  • Applying additional Naturopathic therapies such as Nutrition, First Aid, Homeopathy, Bach Flowers, Tissue Salts, Iridology and Herbs.

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