Sunday, December 1, 2013

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Camilleri, L. (ND CCNM) states:
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[in "Services"]
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"homeopathic remedies are minute dilutions of plant, animal and mineral substances designed to stimulate the body’s 'vital force' and strengthen its innate ability to heal. Physics states that everything on this planet, including you and I, are made up of energy, not matter, with our own unique vibrations, or frequencies. Homeopathic medicines can change our state of health by serving to change our vibrational state [...] based on balancing the flow of chi (energy) through meridian pathways under the skin, Oriental medicine includes the use of Oriental herbs, acupuncture and cupping to regulate and release chi in order to bring the body into balance. Acupuncture is also very effectively used in musculoskeletal disorders or injuries, to relieve muscle tension or soreness, and improve recovery from injury";
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Camp, E. (ND SCNM 2005) states:
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[in "Newsletter: May 2013" (2014)]
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"I get people on a homeopathic remedy right away - this helps balance the vital force and the body can heal";
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[in "Health and Clinic Updates: Oct 2013" (2014)]
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"The Organon of the Healing Arts by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann [...] in the healthy condition of man, the spiritual vital force (autocracy), the dynamis that animates the material body (organism), rules with unbounded sway";
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[in "Newsletter: Dec 2012" (2014)]
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"a homeopathic remedy stimulates the vital force within your body. The vital force will restore balance to your being allowing true healing to commence";
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[in "Homeopathy" (2014)]
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"in homeopathy, illness is believed to be caused by an imbalance in a person’s vital force [...] to stimulate the rebalancing of a person’s vital force, very dilute substances are used [...] how homeopathic medications stimulate the vital force is not fully understood";
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[in "Naturopathic Doctors" (2014)]
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"all NDs are dedicated to the philosophical teachings of Hippocrates [...] he believed in the philosophy of vis medicatrix naturae or in English the healing power of nature [...and] follow additional philosophical guidelines which are core to the practice of naturopathic medicine [...] mind, body, and spirit [...and there's mention of TCM and] qi [...and homeopathy works on a person's] vital force [...] an imbalanced vital force [...] ";
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[in 'homepage' (2014)]
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"Dr. Camp is a highly trained and experienced homeopath [...it] uses non-toxic substances to stimulate the healing force within each individual person";
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[in "Naturopathic Doctors (ND)" (2014)]
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"naturopathic physicians work to identify and eliminate the cause of disease, and are guided by six basic principles [...#2] utilize the healing power of nature";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine" (2014)]
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"six fundamental principles of naturopathic medicine [...] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae: naturopathic medicine recognizes an inherent healing process in the person that is ordered and intelligent. The body is capable of healing itself. The role of the  naturopathic doctor is to remove obstacles to healing and to stimulate this inherent natural tendency of the body";
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[in "Health and Clinic Updates: Sept 2013"]
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"homeopathic flu support: a homeopathic flu vaccine is similar to conventional vaccines, only without the harmful additives, preservatives, and side effects. Homeopathic flu (influenzinum) uses infinitesimal doses of flu strains to stimulate your body's vital force to offer protection from invading pathogens";
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Camp, E. (ND SCNM 2005), Cohen, S. (ND SCNM), Kellum, N. (ND SCNM), Lucius, K. (ND SCNM), Riley, L. (ND SCNM) state:
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qi, which is pronounced ‘chi,’ is the vital force that controls mental and physical functioning. Yin/yang theory and 5-Elements Theory are also important components of TCM philosophy”;
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Camp, E. (ND SCNM 2005), Firisin, K. (ND SCNM 2012), Hassberger, K. (ND SCNM 2011), Morstein, M. (ND NCNM 1988), Sensenig, J. (ND NCNM), Southard, J. (ND SCNM), Whittemore, A. (ND SCNM) state:
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[in "Continuing Education " (2016)]
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"we strive to provide high quality continuing education based on the core principles and philosophy of vitalism, the belief system that naturopathic medincine was built upon. These CE will be of interest to naturopathic doctors and other practitioners who practice holistic medicine and who strive to adhere to the core concepts and practice of vitalistic medicine";
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Camp, E. (ND SCNM 2005), Reebs, A. (ND NUNM) state:
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[in "Traditional Naturopathic and Vitalistic Medicine with Dr. Eli Camp, N.D." (2017)]
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"[a twenty minute video on the account 'Ben Reebs' ... from the video, ND Reebs states] the NMI envisions a world where [...] the highest ideal in healthcare must act in concert with the healing power of nature [...] today we are joined by Dr. Eli Camp who is on the [NMI] board of directors [...] hundreds of doctors, vitalistic doctors all over the country [...ND Camp states] for me the major goal here is preserving the practice of vitalistic naturopathic medicine [...] when I started my medical school career, I was very fortunate to take philosophy from Dr. Jim Sensenig [...] a paradigm that the human body has been designed to want to heal itself given what it needs [...] that you stimulate this innate healing ability within each person [...] this vitalistic perspective, that the body is able to heal itself [...] I was drawn towards homeopathy which in and of itself is a very vitalistic way to look at the body [...in Jim Sensenig's office I learned] what it really meant to approach healing from a vitalistic perspective [...] we hope to educate any doctor that hopes to learn about vitalistic naturopathic medicine [...] passing on this body of information, this knowledge [...they have] over 200 members [...] those doctors that adhere to the philosophy in a vitalistic way [...] dis-ease [...] trying to figure out why [...] using an antibiotic is not something that a vitalistic naturopathic doctor would think of first [...] if you are looking for a practitioner that's more vitalistic, that's how we're identifying the members of the institute [...] there's a process of being identified as a vitalist of the NMI [...] this place of vitalistic knowledge, education, and practice [...] they get the designation VNMI, Vitalist of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute [...] I think this will be the largest gathering of vitalists I will ever have joined";
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Campagna, N. (ND NUHS), Gallegos, S.W. (ND Bastyr 2005), Moss, S. (ND Bastyr) state:
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[in "FAQ" (2012)]
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"naturopathic doctors follow six important principles in care for their patients [...] recognize, respect and promote the self-healing power of nature inherent in each individual human being";
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Campbell, E. (ND SCNM 2006) states:
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[in "Constitutional Hydrotherapy [...]" (2011)]
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"[by Letitia M. Watrous, ND] constitutional hydrotherapy, a modern addition to traditional nature cure, supports the first tenet of naturopathic medicine: vis medicatrix naturae, the healing power of nature. Acute and chronic case histories are discussed In relation to the model of healing, giving an idea of what can be accomplished when allowing an individual’s 'vital force' to heal disease [...] Constantine Herring, a pioneer of homeopathy, said a re-creation of a previous illness will arise to be totally healed by the vital force, allowing the body to return to homeostasis or health [...] the results obtained are always dependent upon a number of factors: the patient’s vital force (the body’s innate ability to heal itself) [...] the vital force was then able to promote healing in the joint tissue";
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[in "About Inner-getic Services"]
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"we use the life force of the plant, herb, or resin to help heal certain ailments";
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[in "About Naturopathy"]
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"the philosophy behind naturopathy is [...] vis mediatrix [sp., 'medicatrix'] naturae meaning 'nature as healer of all diseases' [...] the body’s own innate ability to heal [...] to promote the body’s natural healing process [...] naturopathic priniciples [sp., 'principles'...#1] vis medicatrix naturae, trust in the healing power of nature [...] the body has an inherent ability to restore health through nature’s healing properties";
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Campbell, M. (ND CCNM 2007) states:
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[in "Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture"]
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"acupuncture needles are inserted in to specific points in the face, scalp, ears, torso, arms, and legs to work with the energy (qi) of your body and move you toward better health, inside and out";
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Campbell, T. (ND CCNM) states:
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[in "Acupuncture"]
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"acupuncture treatments are designed to correct imbalances in the flow of energy.  This energy is referred to as qi. Qi flows through energetic pathways called meridians that correspond to the different organ systems. Acupuncture points exist along these meridians. Energy flow can be improved by stimulating these points to assist in removing excesses, deficiencies or blockages along the meridians";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine"]
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"treatment modalities: naturopathic doctors are trained in the following natural treatment modalities [...] traditional Chinese Medicine: traditional Chinese medicine includes acupuncture and eastern botanical medicine to move energy (qi) through specific meridian pathways";
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[in "Repair, Restore and Renew"]
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"the therapeutic order of healing [...] step 2: stimulate the healing power of nature (vis medicatrix naturae).  Nature is the best physician.  Each person contains an energy field or vitality that controls their health and healing.  Various naturopathic healing therapies will be individually selected to restore your 'vis'";
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Cannon, R. (ND CCNM) states:
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[in "Our Clinic and Services"]
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"our naturopathic services include [...] acupuncture – a therapy aimed at balancing the flow of chi (energy) in the body through meridian pathways";
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[in "About Naturopathic Medicine"]
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"naturopathic medicine is a multifaceted, non-invasive approach to health-care that uses natural therapies to stimulate and support the body to heal itself [...] there are 6 guiding principles in naturopathic medicine [...#4] trust the healing power of nature";
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Cao, Q. (ND Bastyr 1989) states:
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[in "Sage Advice"{authored by Barrett, J. (? )}(Yoga Journal, 1998-09)]
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"'the first thing to look at is health menstruation, and this involves the kidney qi, or vital energy,' says Qiang Cao [...] ND.  Cao is a faculty member at Bastyr University [p.040]";
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Caplan, D. (ND NCNM) states:
[in "Therapies"]
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"naturopathic medicine […] in addition to the basic medical sciences and conventional diagnostics, naturopathic education includes therapeutic nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, natural childbirth, classical Chinese medicine, hydrotherapy, naturopathic manipulative therapy, pharmacology and minor surgery. Acupuncture: the vital energy (qi) of the body flows in specific pathways. To be in a healthy state, the body's energy must be flowing smoothly and it must be sufficient in amount. Very fine, sterile, stainless steel needles inserted at specific points affect the flow of qi along these meridians. Acupuncture helps overcome illness by allowing the qi to move naturally […] qi gong is translated as ‘energy work’ or ‘energy cultivation’. Practicing qi gong develops the skill of attracting vital energy […] acupressure ­ this therapy uses finger pressure instead of needles. The body's energy, or chi is balanced and blockages cleared to promote wellness and health";
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Capsey, A.D. (ND Bastyr 2002), Rogers, T.M. (ND Bastyr 2002) state:
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[in “The Seven Principles of Naturopathic Medicine”]
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“the hierarchy of therapeutics is the philosophy of using medicines with the least force necessary to bring about a long lasting, non-suppressive therapeutic effect in someone who is sick. This is a very rational, decision making process for the physician based on knowledge, experience and good intuitive sense into a patient’s vital force and the seriousness of the illness”;
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[in “Homeopathy”]
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“homeopathy […] works by improving the healing force, each person’s innate power to heal […] constitutional remedies are given by skilled homeopaths who assess a person on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual […] a constitutional remedy can be a profound tool in improving one’s health and vitality. Like a lever or a tip-rudder, a small homeopathic intervention can move a large mass or change the course of a large vessel. When chosen successfully, a person’s constitutional remedy can be used any time they need to strengthen their vital force”;
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Carl, S. (ND CCNM 2002) states:
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[in "Services"]
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"traditional Chinese medicine: acupuncture is one of the main treatments of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) [...] it is at least 4,700 years old, and consists of the insertion of very fine needles into specific points along the body. The points lie along meridians or channels. These channels carry different forms of 'energy' or qi that should be flowing smoothly throughout the body. According to the principles of TCM, illness results when the flow of qi in the body is impeded. The practitioner then uses symptoms, pulse and tongue diagnosis to determine whether qi is deficient, stagnant, or otherwise out of balance. Points are then chosen to correct the problem";
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Carlin, K. (ND NCNM 1996) states:
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[in "Whole Health: Whidbey Island Nutritional Consultant Dissents From Mainstream Ideas About Health" (the South Whidbey Record, 2006-07-08)]
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"[as reported by Laughlin, B. ] Dr. Ken Carlin, an naturopathic doctor who practices in Langley, also believes that the intake of healthy animal and plant products is essential to health. 'The quality of the vital/life force in plants and animals will determine the quality of nourishment we receive from them,' he said. 'Local, nutrient dense foods assures of the building blocks to repair, replenish and maintain our vital reserves to live a healthy productive life'";
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Caruso, N. (ND NCNM) states:
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[in "Naturopathic Philosophy"]
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“naturopathic philosophy is based on 6 main principles: 1. first do no harm: The process of healing includes the generation of symptoms which are in fact an expression of the life force attempting to heal itself. Therapeutic actions should be complimentary to and synergistic with this healing process”;
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[in "About Us"]
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"I am continually humbled by the healing power of nature";
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Casteels, B. (ND CCNM 2010) states:
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[in "Relieving Your Headaches"]
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"acupuncture can be used to balance your body's energy, also known as qi.  If your body's energy or qi is out of balance, all of the other associated physiological processes in your body will also be out of balance.  This can cause headaches";
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Catania, I. (ND Bastyr 1994) states:
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[in "What is Naturopathic Medicine?"]
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"supporting the healing power of the body [...] we recognize the healing power of nature and trust in the body's inherent wisdom to restore health [...] homeopathy uses natural substances prepared in dilution to work on an energetic level to stimulate one's ability to heal [...] acupuncture also works on an energetic level to restore balance";
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Catanzaro, J.A. (ND Bastyr 1995) states:
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[in "Cancer: An Integrative Approach" (2004)]
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"the natural approach [...] natural medicine has a definite biblical origin [...] there is need for a new type of physician, one who allows the supernatural force of God to work the miracle and to be the vehicle that can facilitate this healing power [...] these are the foundational elements required for good health [...#1] the healing power of nature [...] nature's ability to do the work of healing [...] the healing power of nature [...] a powerful force to work a miraculous work of healing [...] I have seen this power manifested on behalf of individuals that I have had the privilege of treating [...] the healing power of the body [...] we still live in a fallen world where demonic forces exist [...] the dark forces of the spirit world are complex and require the prudence and power of god's omnipotent presence to be broken is the only remedy [...] ayurveda [...] it focuses on establishing and maintaining balance of the life energies within us [...] ayurveda describes three fundamental universal energies that regulate all natural processes  [...] these three universal energies are known as the tridosha [...] this means that the five elements are coded into three biological forces that govern all life processes. These three forces are known as the three doshas, or simply the tridosha [...] traditional Chinese medicine [...] qi (pronounced chee, also written chi, or ch'i) is often translated as vital force, or vital energy, or life force. Qi is both energy and matter. Qi flows in, around, and through the body in channels or meridians [...] by inserting fine needles into the body, the TCM doctor can affect the flow of qi, relieving blockages, and diverting the flow. The qi can be redirected to organs or areas of the body where there is a deficiency or away from areas where there is excess [...] a way of manipulating or affecting the flow of qi through exercise [...] used to stimulate the flow of qi to treat neurological or orthopedic problems [...] moxa can affect the flow of qi [...] the aim of homeopathy is to treat the underlying cause [...] spirit: the part of us that contains the essence of all life. The very breath of our being. A very mysterious part of ourselves. With no spirit, there is no life [...] the spirit and soul, the very essence of life";
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Cavaiola, M. (NMD SCNM), Lambert, L. (NMD SCNM), Nevels, J. (NMD SCNM 2003), Porter, J. (NMD SCNM), Rittling, C. (NMD SCNM) state:
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[in "Traditional Acupuncture"]
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"acupuncture is based on the concept of energetic balance.  Energy is thought to run smoothly through channels or meridians in a healthy individual. When there is an energetic imbalance, illness often ensues.  Treatments are based on assessing the flow and distribution of this vital energy within its pathways, and influencing health and sickness by stimulating certain areas along these meridians [...] when the acupuncture needle contacts the energy channel at specific points on the body the sensation is felt as a mild to moderate dull aching sensation or a tingling sensation";
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Caversan, A. (ND CCNM) states:
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[in "Acupuncture"]
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"the theory behind acupuncture, as in all traditional Chinese medicine, is that health results from a harmonious balance between the complementary extremes, or yin and yang, of the life force known as qi [...] believed to flow through pathways called meridians in your body. These meridians, and the energy itself, are accessible through more than 350 acupuncture points. Because illness may result from an imbalance of these forces, the insertion of needles into targeted points in various combinations can rebalance your energy flow";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine"]
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"core values [...] 2. recognize, respect and promote the self-healing power of nature inherent in each individual human being";
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Cavin, L. (ND NCNM), Singh, E.H. (ND NCNM) state:
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“naturopathic principles have been in use for centuries. Hippocrates [...] was the author of the idea that there is a vital force inherent in all living beings, which could serve to promote self-healing”;
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[in "Philosophy"]
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"naturopathic principles have been in use for centuries. Hippocrates [...] authored the idea that there is a vital force inherent in all living beings. This vital force, which naturopathic doctors call the 'vis' (short for vis medicatrix naturae) is that capacity within each living being that promotes self-healing";
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[in "Hydrotherapy"]
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"as one of the main components of nature cure, hydrotherapy refers to the external therapies that utilize water and sometimes other natural substances, such as mustard or castor oil, in order to stimulate the vital force of the organism";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine: Filling the Missing Niche in Preventive Health Care"]
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"naturopathic medicine, as a vitalistic approach, maintains that if the expression of the healing reaction is not recognized, substances that suppress the body’s vital force will be used";
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[in "Spring Cleaning.....Once Again"]
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"I recommend the following suggestions to either organize your remedy lists, or to enable you to plan for those truly miraculous moments when the vital force ramps up its capacity for healing to set in";
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[in "The Options Mini-Cleanse"]
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"often, it is the herbs and the homeopathics that have the most profound effect when stimulating the living vital force to throw off the toxins";
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Ceaser, S. (ND NCNM 1999) states:
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[in "About Naturopathic Medicine"]
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"naturopathic philosophy [...includes] treat the whole person: the vital force of life energy that flows through all humans ";
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Celik, S. (ND CCNM) states:
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[in "Homeopathic Medicine"]
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"homeopathic medicine treats your symptoms by affecting your vital force.  Disturbance of the vital force in the body is the root cause of all illness. Your symptoms have manifested as a result of a disrupted vital force.  Most of us are searching for long term cures rather than temporarily relief of symptoms. In order achieve this, one must re-balance the vital force and treat the whole person from within";
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[in "Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture"]
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"traditional Chinese medicine has a long history of over 5000 years. The body's vital energy [...] 'chi' or 'qi' [...] flows through channels, also known as meridians [...] when the flow of vital energy is functioning properly, the organs and systems are working together in harmony [...] if there is a blockage of the qi, or an imbalance, qi backs up the flow in one part of the body and restricts flow in other parts. This results in disease, disharmony and dysfunction. Re-establishing regular flow of qi is achieved through needling specific, carefully selected points using thin, sterile needles";
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[in "Naturopathic Services"]
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"traditional Chinese medicine has a long history of over 5000 years. The body's vital energy (known in English as 'chi' or 'qi'), flows through channels, also known as meridians [...] when the flow of vital energy is functioning properly, the organs and systems are working together in harmony. However, if there is a blockage of the qi, or an imbalance, qi backs up the flow in one part of the body and restricts flow in other parts. This results in disease, disharmony and dysfunction.  Re-establishing regular flow of qi is achieved through needling specific, carefully selected points using thin, sterile needles.  This practice is safe, free of side effects and highly effective";
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