Are There Different Types of Naturopathic Doctors #780 Updated on March 13, 2015 By Pressure Guy 6 Comments therenegadehealthshow.com – I didn’t know there were different types of naturopathic doctors until I met Dr. Theresa Dale… In this episode, Dr. Dale explains the different types… By Pressure Guy 6 Comments MichaelBallack91 March 13, 2015 Oh, and no I didn’t know there were different types! I’m actually hoping to pursue naturopathy as my career path, but I definitely don’t want to be learning about pharm aceuticals in order to become certified…I’d much rather learn about the healing effects by plants and herbs that these drugs are trying to mimic UNnaturally… hmmm =/ llatoya85 March 13, 2015 I have a question: what is difference between isopathic/homoeopathic doctor and naturopathic doctor? GothOrganics March 13, 2015 I knew that different states let naturopaths do certain things while others don’t. The freedom to play around with medical knowledge is something naturopaths in some states have the advantage of. I dunno that I consider a reiki master a naturopath tho. @llatoya85 homeopathic doctors use homeopathic remedies (a remedy with the essence of an herb, mineral, etc while a naturopathic may use homeopathy they might also use whole herbs, tinctures, polltices, etc. MichaelBallack91 March 13, 2015 Stay out in the sun too long today Kevin? 😛 Michele Kimbrough March 13, 2015 She is absolutely on-point with her differentiation. I started out going to the 4-year medical school for naturopathic medicine and after a year of pure sciences, switched over to traditional naturopathy because it was more in line with my personal philosophies. Thank you so much for doing this show! BTW, there are 15 states that license naturopathic physicians; the remaining 35 states have legislation being pushed for licensure/regulation by the entities that support naturopathic physicians. llatoya85 March 13, 2015 @GothOrganics Thanks a lot, I am considering going to one of these doctors. Comments are closed.