001. in "Tao Center Treats The Whole Person" (2015-11-13) we're told:
"[as reported by Melanie Savage] Dr. Myriah Hinchey [...is] a Connecticut licensed naturopathic physician [...who] earned her doctorate of naturopathic medicine from the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2005 [...]";
UB is a place that claims 'science subset naturopathy subset homeopathy and kind'.
"[she] specializes in the reversal and prevention of chronic disease [...]";
PROVE IT, scientifically. But then, if homeopathy is science in Naturopathyland, all claims are suspect by UB NDs and UB "health science" graduates.
"[the ND states she] 'identifies the underlying physiological / biochemical cause of a patient's symptoms and then teaches him/her how to correct it by making simple but effective changes to their lifestyle, often utilizing a combination of nutrition, supplementation, exercise, stress management, acupuncture, and massage therapy [...]";
well, we know acupuncture is ELABORATE, THEATRICAL placebo. In terms of SCIENCE.
"[we're told] 'we act as medical detectives [...]";
so DETECT THIS: naturopathy, with its claims of 'science subset nonscience', is full of bullshit. Why should an area full of bullshit be trusted to perform primary care? Licensed falsehood marches on...