What is a Doctor of Natural Medicine?
A doctor of Natural Medicine is one who administers a system of medicine in which only natural substances and techniques are used including safe, gentle and non invasive therapies such a Nutritional Medicine, Botanical Medicine, Vitamins, and Supplements. These medicines and therapies aimed at enhancing the body's self healing ability to regain and maintain optimum health.
The core philosophy of the Natural Medicine Doctor is Prevention of disease and the stimulating of the natural healing process of the body to re-establish homeostasis when the body is in a state of disequilibrium. Natural Medicine requires extensive education in anatomy, pharmacology, diagnostic skills and physiology, Natural Medicine, Disease Process, Natural Medicine Foundations, Bio-therapies, Bodily Approaches and Diagnostic Tests, Nutrition Studies, Clinical Internship and Doctoral Thesis or Research, Dr. Ed Kwaramaba has attained Natural Medicine Doctorate PhD Experience which helps him to be able to identify and realize different pathologies and treatment plans. Natural Medicine Doctors treat underlying cause of disease rather than just the symptoms. This holistic approach allows the patient to truly heal from within and then prevent chronic diseases from developing.
Dr. Ed Kwaramaba is a Category 1 DNM (Doctorate of Natural Medicine) See DNM Standards, registration criteria and scope of practice for more information.
Commonly Treated Conditions
Natural Medicine has proven to be very effective in alleviating allergies, working through the immune system and digestive system dramatically improving the relief of allergic symptoms
Out of balance hormones can cause PMS, Diet, Stress, Genetics, and Exercise, all greatly affect hormone levels. Herbal medicine can easily correct hormone imbalances.
The pain of Arthritis is contributed to by accumulating toxins, circulating in the blood stream. By cleansing and detoxifying the body and strengthening the immune system Arthritis can be eradicated.
Many skin condition are mediated by an over active immune system and a poorly functioning digestive system, resulting in inflammation in the skin commonly causing conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and allergic skin conditions.
Fluctuating hormones can cause the symptoms commonly seen in menopause such as hot flashes, depression, insomnia, fatigue, mood swings, headaches, and more. Herbal medicine can effectively rebalance hormones and gently support life transitions.
Fluctuating energy levels are an indication of stress, poor diet, nutrition deficiencies, toxins and allergies can over stimulate the adrenal glands, this stimulation leads to fatigue, sleep disorders, weight gain and lowered immunity. Effective treatment is aimed at restoring the adrenal glands through the use of herbs and nutrients
Through nutrition and life style counseling, optimal loss has been successfully achieved. Supportive herbs and nutrients help to facilitate the process.