Registration required for this free event:
An Introduction to Natural, Complimentary Health Care
With Jenny Yukht, HBSc, ND
Thursday, June 12th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Aurora Public Library, Magna Room
15145 Yonge Street, Aurora
Naturopathic medicine is a rapidly growing primary health care system whose focus is to use holistic and natural therapies to treat illness at the root of the problem. By combining modern, scientific, evidence-based therapies together with traditional wisdom, a licensed naturopathic doctor can help with a large variety of health concerns. If you are looking to get healthy naturally, complement your current medical treatments, or have found little relief through conventional means, there are many options available with naturopathic medicine.
Please join us for a free, casual information seminar on what naturopathic medicine is, how it can help, and what sorts of therapies are available.
There are options for those who are struggling with, or are recovering from, eating disorders and their accompanying symptoms. Some relevant topics that will be touched on include:
– Nutritional deficiency symptoms and consequences
– The dangers of laxative and purgative abuse
– Digestive disturbances: constipation, pain, IBS
– Irregular or absent menstrual cycles, and other hormonal imbalances
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.