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Naturopathy is to Westerners, what Chinese medicine is to Chinese, what Ayurveda is to Indians… It is traditional Western medicine. Naturopathy is the great synthesis of natural health methods! An approach where hygiene of life is in the foreground! Naturopathy is part of natural medicine (unconventional) by the European Parliament, and recognized as complementary medicine by the WHO (World Health Organization).

The goal of naturopathy is to preserve or regain health. And this through natural means by supporting the self-healing capacities of the body. In order to achieve this objective, the naturopath has 10 techniques including three key techniques that will be used systematically; human biological food, regular and adapted physical activity as well as mental management. According to the needs of the individual in front of him, the naturopath can also have recourse to other techniques which are phytotherapy, manual techniques, hydrology, reflexology, respiratory techniques, energetics and vibratory techniques ...

Naturopathy is an approach that aims to rebalance the human being on all levels (physical, energetic, psychic, social and environmental) that is why we call it a so-called "holistic" approach. The individual is therefore considered as a whole.

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In any case, naturopathy aims to replace traditional medicine (allopathic), it is preventive medicine (in order to preserve health) and complementary to traditional medicine (to regain health). The naturopath's approach is to educate and empower the person in order to become an actor / actor of their well-being and health. She will advise the person with lifestyle advice and not therapeutic advice.

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During a consultation, the naturopath will carry out a vitality assessment which will take place in 3 stages:

  • A morphological analysis to determine your temperament and the state of your land

  • An anamnesis in order to know your personal, family history and your lifestyle

  • The establishment of a PHV (Vital Hygiene Program)

A consultation generally lasts 1 hour 30 minutes, a second consultation can be useful after 3 months to make a point or readjust the PHV if necessary but it is not systematic.

In any case, the naturopath will make a diagnosis or recommend medication. He will never tell you to stop ongoing medication without your doctor's consent.

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/! \ For emergency situations, please contact your attending physician or emergencies!

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Before choosing your naturopath, I recommend that you make sure that you have followed a course in one of the certified schools because anyone can call themselves a naturopath! Nothing prevents you from finding very competent naturopaths who can help you in your quest for well-being.

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