Naturopaths in Arkansas

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Roger N Trubey
Naturopath, DrPH, ND
My philosophy of healing and holistic health focuses on all facets of human functioning, by which we take responsibility for maintaining our well-being. I believe in the God-given power of our bodies to heal. I want to help provide you the road map so that your body has all the tools and necessary components to heal itself from the inside out. Your body does all the healing. I don't treat any disease, your body does that. I will help you support your body in what it is already trying to do. Your body wants to be healthy. I focus especially on one's genetic/DNA variants providing a window into where our health problems begin.
(870) 259-5306
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Emily Hatcher
Naturopath, ND
Naturopathic medicine combines natural therapies with evidence-based science to help facilitate the body's inherent ability to restore and maintain optimal health. Naturopathic physicians are trained in primary care medicine and focus on holistic, proactive prevention by using individualized protocols that help to achieve and maintain optimal health while minimizing the risk of harm. These therapies can include nutrition and lifestyle counseling, botanical medicine, nutritional supplementation, homeopathy, and hydrotherapy. Learn more about ND's here:
(704) 313-1341
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Kristen LePage
Naturopath, ND, LAc
Are you searching for answers to your health concerns? Do you feel out of control when it comes to your health. Take back control by finding the root cause of your health concerns with personalized, naturopathic care. As a naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist, I am able to provide a comprehensive approach for my patients. With a practice focused on holistic, patient-centered care, my goal is to uncover and treat the cause of disease not just treat the symptoms. I enjoy helping individuals better understand their own health and empowering them to make decisions that support their entire well-being.
(479) 202-9708
Rogers, AR 72758
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Megan Pennington
Naturopath, BSc, CLT, CHHC
Integrative Health Practitioner, Food Sensitivity Specialist and Naturotherapist with a BSc in Dietetics and Human Nutrition, Megan Pennington offers a variety of health services by video and phone. Our team specialises in digestive health, leaky gut, auto-immune diseases, inflammation/pain management, migraine relief, skin issues, weight/hormone imbalances, anxiety/depression and other chronic conditions. We integrate state of the art lab testing and mind/body medicine to accurately identify root cause(s) and enable fast recovery.
Office is near:
Little Rock, AR 72204

How to tell if Naturopathy is right for me?
A Arkansas naturopath is a practitioner of naturopathy, a form of alternative medicine based on the idea that the body has an innate capacity to heal itself. Arkansas Naturopaths improve health by treating the person holistically, tapping a person's own internal body, mind, and spirit resources. Naturopathy comprises a blend of different therapies, all attempting to restore the body to health in the most natural, noninvasive way possible by stimulating the body's own healing powers.

About Arkansas Naturopaths?
Graduates from accredited naturopathic medical schools may use the academic title 'Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine' or 'ND' but there is no standardized professional title in all states (see below). Accredited Naturopathic Doctors in Arkansas generally practice as primary care providers of naturopathic medicine preferring to use a holistic approach with natural remedies such as medicinal herbs and foods rather than conventional drugs.

Insurance and licensing for Naturopaths in Arkansas?
Jurisdictions that regulate the practice of naturopathic medicine and where professionals may acccept insurance include Arizona, New Hampshire (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine); Oregon, Utah, Washington (Naturopathic Physician); Minnesota (Naturopathic Doctor); Alaska, California (including Traditional Naturopaths), Colorado, Kansas, Maine (Naturopathic Doctor); Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho (excluding Traditional Naturopaths), Montana, Vermont (Naturopathic Physician); and North Dakota (Naturopath). In Canada, Manitoba (Doctor of Naturopathy); Saskatchewan , Nova Scotia, British Columbia (Naturopathic Physician); and Ontario, British Columbia (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine).