Naturopathic Therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicines, Acupuncture and Homeopathy can prove very useful in preparing for surgery as well as in cases to assist complete and speedy recovery after surgical intervention.
ND Health’s naturopathic approach first strives to make surgery unnecessary by means of preventative treatment; however surgery can be essential in some situations.
It is always very important to take care of your health, especially before or after surgery. Shock, trauma and medications place a burden on your body’s systems and organs. Your liver, kidneys, nervous and immune systems are often heavily burdened. Supporting their ability to function allows the body to regenerate, heal faster and remove any metabolic wastes as a result of the surgery procedure.
Surgery causes unique healing challenges to the individual as a whole and in some cases, complications may arise. Acupuncture, for example, can ease postoperative nausea and vomiting. Acupuncture has been cited by the World Health Organization to treat over 43 conditions effectively by increasing the circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids, reducing muscular tension, and alleviating pain through the release of endorphins. By keeping the body balanced, acupuncture can both restore and maintain health.
ND Health therapies help to reduce fear, anxiety and nervousness prior to surgery while preventing excess bleeding, minimizing swelling, pain and unsightly scar tissue. Treatment can reduce complications, promote total healing and encourages a fast post-surgical recovery.
If you find that surgery is unavoidable and you want to make your recovery as complete and comfortable as possible, consider ND Health Preoperative and Post Operative Recovery therapy.
ND Health Services May Be Covered By Your Insurance
Most employer insurance plans cover Naturopathic Medicine and related services performed by an ND Health Naturopathic Doctor. You can find out if your insurance provides benefits by calling your insurance company’s patient information or benefits line. This number can be found on your insurance card, or simply call our office for more information. Learn more about how
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