Leah Hechtman introduces her new text book, Advanced Clinic Naturopathic Medicine, kicking off a series of video interviews with the book's contributors.
Dr Sue Evans has written the foreword to Advanced Clinical Naturopathic Medicine. She is the heart and soul of modern Australian Naturopathy and has pioneered many achievements for the profession.
Lisa’s love of food and food as medicine coupled with her obvious clinical expertise ensures that her dietary plans throughout the text are both nutritious and patient friendly.
Having expertise in Pharmacy, Naturopathy, Research and academia means that Liesl understands the interaction potential of herbs, nutrients, pharmaceuticals and food in more than a theoretical level. Her interaction tables are gold standard.
The prevalence of Lyme disease and co-infections is increasing globally. Nicola's lengthy experience means she’s seen many manifestations and has worked out the clinical solutions. We’re in good hands.
All clinicians need to be abreast of supporting patients with HIV – regardless of if they have a practice specialising in this condition or not. Ensure you know how to support them with safety, accuracy and compassion.
Manuela and Teresa co-wrote this chapter. Manuela expertly covers the topic of survivorship – something not often covered but a necessary and important topic to discuss. Once the patient concludes their treatment how do we support them ongoing?
Assoc. Professor Teresa Mitchell-Patterson brings her great expertise to tackle the massive job of summarising and discerning the research, discussing the treatment recommendations for all of the specific types of cancer.
Janet is involved in groundbreaking clinical trials, collaborates internationally and has translated this with compassionate and effective clinical support, ensuring you have the safest and most effective clinical guidelines on this very important topic.
Justin has and continues to contribute politically, academically, clinically, and personally to the advocacy of access to this phenomenal plant, and the study and application of the research that stems from it.
Belinda's unique and pioneering work in this field highlights her compassion and desire to help individuals in the most profound way.
Those that specialise in the ASD and ADD/ADHD community know that Helen is an unrefuted expert. Her collaborative care in esteemed integrative health clinics, advocacy and advisory roles ensure that her contribution is relevant, up to date and effective.
Jane has spent multiple periods working with the geriatric community and deeply connects to the importance of respect and support for the older population.
As a mother of two, Tabitha brings her experience to this chapter to make the clinical recommendations as practical and translatable as possible. Kids are not just small adults and you need Tabitha’s expertise to guide you through it.
Often a stumbling block for many clinicians, the infancy period requires specific skill and Dawn and Tabitha provide this expertly.
The topic of breastfeeding could have been a brief addendum but instead we have a vast, comprehensive, curious and educational discussion by a woman with experience and expertise in both Naturopathy and Lactation consulting.
Jane’s blend of Nursing, Naturopathy, Public Health and research provides readers with true scope and expertise.
Grab a cup of botanicals and get comfy. You’re in for a treat. The authors of the internationally acclaimed, foundational textbook - Textbook of Natural Medicine - Drs Joe Pizzorno and Michael Murray have a chat with Leah to celebrate the release of its 5th edition.