All licensed naturopathic physicians have Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine degrees from federally recognized medical schools. Their education includes:

  • Premedical undergraduate coursework required by other schools of medicine.
  • Graduation from a four-year, federally recognized naturopathic medical school.
  • Two full years of supervised clinical internship.
  • Optional residency programs.
  • The same foundational and clinical sciences as other medical students, and in addition, a full spectrum of natural medicines and therapies.

As primary care providers, naturopathic physicians diagnose and treat using:

  • Nutritional medicine
  • Herbal medicine
  • Bioidentical hormones
  • IV nutritional therapy
  • Therapeutic injections
  • Sports Medicine
  • Counseling
  • Prescription medication
  • Minor surgery