Speaker: Kenneth Proefrock, NMD Experience has shown us that this virus primarily affects the lungs, but it can also damage cardiac and vascular tissue, the nervous system, and other organs. For many people, symptoms persist for weeks to months after infection. Here we discuss a comprehensive naturopathic approach to the treatment of these patients from acute to chronic care. Naturopathic medical principles and strategies have proven to be effective for many patients and include hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, nebulization, and intranasal therapies, as well as lifestyle modifications.
Related product: The Lecture Notes for this recording are available here: 2021 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine: Conference Book Download (PDF)
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American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has approved this recording for 1.5 distance-learning Prescribed Credit. This approval applies to CME for:
- Medical Doctors (MD)
- Osteopathic Doctors (DO)
- Nurses (RN)
- Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP)
- California Naturopathic Physicians (ND) and others
Naturopathic Physicians: This recording has been approved for 1.5 general CME credits by
- Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
- Arizona SCNM (Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine)
COVID-19, Acute and Chronic Considerations in Naturopathic Patient Management
- Event: 2021 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
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