What is a Naturopath?
A Naturopath refers specifically to a Naturopathic Doctor; these are both protected titles in Alberta. All Edmonton Naturopaths are registered with the College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta. In order to register with this provincial college, a Naturopathic Doctor has had to have gone to an accredited Naturopathic College or University in addition to an undergraduate education and passed the international licencing exams known as NPLEX. Naturopath education merges standard western diagnosis and treatment with natural approaches to health such as herbs, dietary changes, vitamin and mineral treatments and homeopathy and chinese medicine. Naturopathic Doctors are not "MD" medical doctors; they have a 'ND' designation. Dr Muradov, the medical director of TruMed Naturopathic Clinic is a fully registered Naturopathic Doctor in Edmonton.
For more information about Naturopaths in general visit the AANP Website (American Naturopaths).
What services do Naturopaths provide?
The scope of services that Naturopathic Doctors in Edmonton can offer is a very large range of therapies. Dr. Muradov has chosen to keep the focus of TruMed on Advanced diagnostic services. In Edmonton, TruMed uses leading edge blood, salivary, and urinary hormone and allergy testing to pinpoint precisely where concerns originate. Our Naturopaths also do a ton of Vitamin IV Therapy for our Edmonton patients.
For more information on Naturopaths in Canada visit the CAND National Naturopath website.
Who is the best Naturopath in Edmonton?
Edmonton certainly has talented Naturopathic Doctors; some of the best Naturopaths available. At TruMed we focus on doing extremely high quality work with digestive concerns, fatigue, mood issues, hormonal issues and pain concerns. Furthermore, our Naturopath Dr Muradov has a special focus in MS and Cancer.
Our Naturopath clinic has been chosen as one of the top three best naturopath clinics in Edmonton.
Furthermore, Dr. Muradov some of the best naturopath reviews on ratemds.com and Google reviews.
Dr Muradov was Best Naturopath Edmonton 2017 as Voted by Vue Weekly.
What does a naturopath do?
Naturopathic Doctors in Edmonton have a broad range of capabilities. Training in homeopathy, botanical medicine, iv therapy, functional medicine, orthomolecular medicine, physical medicine and traditional chinese medicine means you can get a lot of different treatments from Naturopath to Naturopath.
We often attempt to treat the cause of one's concerns with gentle yet effective natural treatments. At TruMed Naturopathic clinic, we focus on evidence based functional medicine with heavy emphasis on herbs, vitamins and dietary changes and base our treatments on the results of hormone testing and food allergy testing and nutritional testing at our Edmonton clinic.
What training do naturopaths have?
Naturopaths have a solid education. A licensed naturopathic doctor (ND) attends a four-year, graduate-level naturopathic medical school and is educated in the same basic sciences as medical doctor. In addition to a standard medical curriculum (western medicine), a naturopath also studies clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine and psychology. A naturopathic physician takes rigorous professional board exams so that he or she may be licensed. In order for Naturopath to practice in Edmonton, they must pass the NPLEX board exams and be licensed by the CNDA (College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta).
Is Dr Muradov a homeopath?
Occasionally we use homeopathic medicines at our Edmonton Naturopath Clinic but Dr Muradov is a Naturopathic doctor which means the training is typically more intensive and expansive. Homeopathy and Naturopathic medicine are often confused.
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Naturopaths do IV Therapy?
You're darn right we do!! Dr. Muradov has chosen to keep TruMed focused on cutting edge Naturopathic treatments like Vitamin IV Drips & Infusions. It allows us to blend modern techniques like IV Therapy, with traditional treatments like Vitamins and Minerals. IV Therapy gets us rapid results for a range of health concerns.
What do Vitamin IVs help with?
Our Naturopathic doctors primarily use IV Therapy for: Fatigue, Various Mood and Mental health concerns, Immunity and Infections, Cancer, Cosmetics (like skin brightening), Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Alzheimer's, MS, Parkinson's, Lyme Disease, Headaches, PMS, Cardiovascular disease and many other conditions.
Do I need a consultation to get a Vitamin IV Treatment?
At our clinic, for first time IV Therapy patients, you do need consultation with one of the Naturopathic Doctors. But no worries, the consult is complementary.