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Sara Norris, Naturopath  in South Burlington
“Dr. Sara Norris is licensed as a naturopathic physician, who lives and works in the Burlington area. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, including children and teens. She works in a general family care model providing conventional and natural treatment options to patients. She is well versed in the area of alternative pediatrics, and treats patients with skin conditions, digestive complaints, reproductive health concerns, men's health, and women's health including gynecological and annual exams. Her patients enjoy her compassion, broad knowledge, and the diligence of her care.
(802) 461-4137
Vermont Natural Family Medicine PLC, Naturopath  in Burlington
“My main goal is to provide safe, affordable, holistic natural care to families and individuals. In my family practice I see patients young and old, with a variety of conditions. I believe it is very important to not only help my patients with their immediate concerns, but to also provide recommendations and plans to help them prevent their illnesses as much as possible. The majority of my patients tend to be people suffering from digestive disorders, endocrine imbalances, mental health conditions, and chronic disease. I am currently accepting new patients.
(802) 681-0392
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Katina Martin, Naturopath  in Salisbury
“I am a primary care physician offering personalized care for treating a variety of conditions whether they are acute or chronic. My approach encompasses all aspects of family health from pediatric to well women care.
(802) 589-4720
Salisbury, Vermont 05769
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How to tell if Naturopathy is right for me?
A Vermont (VT) 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. Vermont (VT) 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 Vermont (VT) 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 Vermont (VT) 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 Vermont (VT)?
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).