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Leslie Meyers, Naturopath  in Knoxville
“My focuses include gastrointestinal disorders, fertility, and LGBTQ health. As a Naturopathic Doctor, I help patients discover their path to optimal health using herbal medicine, homeopathy, craniosacral therapy, lifestyle counseling, as well as conventional medicine when necessary. I work with patients to learn the root cause of their complaints, which may manifest on physically, mentally, and/or spiritually. I look forward to working with you!
(828) 536-2010
Office is near:
Knoxville, Tennessee 37918
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How to tell if Naturopathy is right for me?
A Knox County 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. Knox County 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 Knox County 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 Knox County 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 Knox County?
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).