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Lucia Coletta, Naturopath  in Granby
“I treat people of all ages who are interested in healing varied health problems through a comprehensive naturopathic approach that includes extensive laboratory testing for metabolic disorders, food allergies and hypersensitivities. Included in my treatment modalities are individualized healthy diet plans, nutritional and supplemental programs, botanical medicine, homeopathy and the use of physical medicine. I also use hypnotherapy for smoking cessation, weight loss programs, life style changes and other issues. I have had a naturopathic practice for the last 29 years.
Eating Disorders
(860) 556-4528
Granby, Connecticut 06035
Michelle Hessberger, Naturopath  in Milford
“Are you exhausted but your doctor says your labs are fine? Are you taking a bunch of supplements but not sure which are good for you personally? Are you in pain or have medical conditions that are being treated without discovering and addressing the underlying cause? Would you like to optimize your health? I can help! By learning more about what makes you biochemically unique and listening to your concerns, I can help you to better understand how your body and mind works to further optimize your health and quality of life!
Eating Disorders
(203) 654-7843
Milford, Connecticut 06460
Cyntheia Wolf, Naturopath  in Stamford
“My practice is holistic, integrative, and complementary in nature. By combining science with natural healing modalities, I work in partnership with my patients to help them GET WELL AND STAY WELL. It is clear that the mind-body connection is intrinsic to healing. Therefore, I believe that medical treatments must be completely individualized, for patients to reach optimal health.
Eating Disorders
(203) 403-2881
Stamford, Connecticut 06905
Sarah Zambarano, Naturopath  in Old Lyme
“After over 13 years in the medical profession, I have created Bodhi Naturopathic to be an integrative holistic care center. Specialties include women's health, pediatric care, adjunct oncology care, and treatment of endocrine and metabolic disturbances. Using physical exam, specialty laboratory testing, and extensive history-taking, I look to discover the underlying cause of a person's illness. Treatment modalities include nutritional supplementation, homeopathy, herbal support, dietary counseling and healthy weight management, and preventative care. Providing care to all age groups, I focus on the unique needs of each patient and provide medical treatment plans tailored to the individual.
Eating Disorders
(860) 756-5244
Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371
Olympia A Dreszer, Naturopath  in Milford
“"To support, educate and listen to all my patients as I truly believe every human being is different and needs custom care and treatment options in achieving their health goals."
Eating Disorders
(203) 779-6005
Milford, Connecticut 06461
Integrative Natural Health, Naturopath  in Milford
“Dr. Sergei Frenzel, ND, MD, has 30 years of experience in conventional and alternative medicine. Dr. Frenzel is a licensed naturopathic physician in the State of Connecticut and Washington, DC. He graduated from Bridgeport University College of Naturopathic Medicine in Bridgeport, Connecticut (one of the only four accredited naturopathic medical schools in the country). He also holds a Masters degree from the Institute of Human Individuality, Wilton, Connecticut, and completed internship training under a licensed naturopathic physician (ND) in Connecticut and a licensed board certified family practitioner osteopathic physician (DO, MD), in New York, New York.
Eating Disorders
(860) 415-4434
Milford, Connecticut 06461
Barry Lomax, Naturopath  in Fairfield
“I see patients with all kinds of chronic health conditions and minor acute conditions. I can help patients with everyday problems like fatigue, insomnia, colds/flu, anxiety/depression and weight loss but also treat patients with chronic debilitating conditions like auto immune conditions, cancer and chronic infections like Lyme Disease, Hepatitis and HIV. I often take on very difficult cases that other Doctors cannot get results with or do not want to put the time into treating. I am dedicated to my patients and will go the extra mile to figure out solutions to even the most difficult cases.
Eating Disorders
(203) 446-3019
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
“Being attentive and committed to my patients and their well-being is first and foremost, as well as educating them as we progress (docere), a priority if they are to successfully return to health and stay there! Where there is often too much focus on a specific system of the body when in truth they all contribute and all are connected, I aim to work with my patients using a holistic approach for the purpose of effective, natural restoration and revitalization that upholds over time.
Eating Disorders
(860) 357-5893
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Naturopath, ND
“I am a doctor and mother of five kids, practicing family medicine in a friendly environment where patient's and parent's beliefs and individuality are valued and accepted. I encourage my patients to gently remove physical, emotional and spiritual barriers to good health at their own speed. I blend modern diagnostic techniques with non-invasive, natural therapies, such as homeopathy, botanical medicine, nutrition, spinal adjustments, detoxification, and functional medicine. I am happy to work with your current doctors and specialists. I have a special interest in neurological and behavioral disorders, such as ADHD, Autism spectrum disorders, and pediatric behavioral problems.
Eating Disorders
(860) 591-9972
South Windsor, Connecticut 06074
Stephanie Soalt, Naturopath  in Norwalk
“My goal is to help patients achieve and maintain optimal health. I work to find the root cause of illness instead of merely treating symptoms. I specialize in working with children and adolescents with special needs and those along the autism spectrum. I perform a detailed patient intake, comprehensive physical exam, and order and evaluate both conventional and specialty laboratory tests. Treatment plans are developed and adapted to each individual patient with an emphasis on treating the whole person. I actively involve my patients in their treatment, empowering them to achieve and maintain optimal health. I welcome questions and take time to insure patient understanding.
Eating Disorders
(203) 633-4275
Norwalk, Connecticut 06850
Neeru N. Kaushik, Naturopath  in Fairfield
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Naturopath, ND, MS, Acup, MS, MA
“We support the body's natural ability to heal itself. We combine the unique therapies of Ayurveda (Ayurvedic physician on staff with 24 years experience) with Acupuncture and Naturopthy to create an individualized treatment program to achieve the optimum healing benefits. Detoxification of Panchakarma have shown excellent results in removing toxins from the body. Combination of Panchakarma with Ayurvedic herbal supplements have been very successful in treating chronic conditions. We offer Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Colonic Irrigation, Clinical Nutrition, Constitutional Hydrotherapy, Homeopathy, Botanical medicine, Life Style Counseling and Physical medicine.
Eating Disorders
(203) 403-2886
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
Jonathan E Goodman, Naturopath  in Bristol
“Each one of my patients is unique, with a unique set of circumstances. I treat each patient with a unique, customized plan to support their health -- physically, mentally, and spiritually. My particular areas of expertise are weight management, diabetes, heart disease prevention, sleep disorder screening, and food allergies. I work with patients who are taking conventional medications and those who want natural treatment only.
Eating Disorders
(860) 595-2233
Bristol, Connecticut 06010
Maura Henninger, Naturopath  in Westport
“Are you fatigued and just can't get your energy back no matter what you do? Is your digestion slow and sluggish? Confused about what to eat and how to exercise? Hormones are out of whack? As a licensed and board-certified naturopathic physician, I can get you back on track. Whether you have a chronic illness that you want to figure out once and for all, want to lose weight or simply desire to optimize your health, I will draw on her broad range of experience and deep medical training to get you into top shape.
Eating Disorders
(917) 822-0617
Westport, Connecticut 06880
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Ashley Russell, Naturopath  in Ridgefield
“Naturopathic medical doctor with clinical training focused primarily in family medicine and integrative complementary care. Provides individualized patient focus to help patient's achieve optimal wellness by utilizing straight-forward nature cure therapeutics such as botanical medicine and nutrition. Passionate researcher, patient advocate and clinical educator in the area of culturally competent healthcare. Dr. Russell is a licensed naturopathic physician in the State of Connecticut. Dr. Russell graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon; receiving her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine with Honors in Research as well as a Certificate in Natural Childbirth.
(845) 406-9787
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877
Rick Liva, Naturopath  in Middletown
“Practicing for 30 years I am an expert in natural medicine, drugs and conventional medicine. This allows me to bridge both worlds. My most passionate goal is to teach people about effective natural medicine therapies and how to incorporate them into their lives to increase health and well being, and alleviate disease. I am soft spoken, compassionate and direct. I practice holism by addressing mental/emotional issues, food/diet, and several life-stlye issues. I educate and motivate my patients to live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives. If you think you can or can't, you're right. Come see me.
(860) 631-5272
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
Michael Gazsi, Naturopath  in Danbury
“My training as a specialist allows me to treat my patients using clinical nutrition, herbal plant extracts, auricular accupressure, manipulation, exercise therapy, homeopathic dilutions, and counseling. I specialize in chronic fatigue and my focus is in using unique alternative testing, alternative therapies, and natural medicines to find relief for my patients, as well as, diagnosing and treating acute, chronic and irresolvable health issues. My methodology produces successful results in patients unable to find relief through standard medical treatments.
(203) 802-6247
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Natural Family Health, LLC, Naturopath  in North Haven
“I believe that the body has the innate potential to heal and repair itself - to keep itself in balance. I see people of all ages: women in preconception, pregnancy,and breastfeeding; men; and children. I enjoy educating individuals and families about making healthy choices and living more naturally.
(203) 312-7937
North Haven, Connecticut 06473
Susan Rzucidlo, Naturopath  in Stratford
“We know that staying well involves more than just visits to the doctor's office. It is also important to stay active, manage stress levels and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The Center for Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) is renowned for offering Naturopathic Care in a relaxed family environment. Our physicians take the time to teach each patient how to restore and maintain their health. CNM physicians evaluate the whole person, not just a particular organ or system.The CNM philosophy is that Listening and Caring is essential to a patient's health.
(203) 377-1525
Stratford, Connecticut 06614
“I believe that listening to each person's story is important for within it lies clues to his/her challenges to health. Although I am a naturopath, I do believe that the best medicine comes from the complementary approach, having been an ICU nurse for many years. However, my belief that natural substances and foods offer the best way to create an environment that allows the body to reach its maximum state of health.
(203) 648-9385
Southbury, Connecticut 06488
Shawn M. Carney, Naturopath  in Newtown
Naturopath, ND
“The goal of my clinic is to restore a person's body to balance and optimal health. This is accomplished by using the constituents of the body, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and neurotransmitters as well as addressing physical and energetic mis-alignments. Success is also achieved by considering as many aspects of a person as possible, or treating the whole person, and not just relieving a set of isolated ailments; the premise behind Naturopathic medicine is to find the root cause of illness and to address health concerns at their very core, rather than focusing solely on symptoms.
(800) 723-2962
Newtown, Connecticut 06470
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A Connecticut (CT) 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. Connecticut (CT) 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.