Naturopathy

History

The term “naturopathy” was created from “natura” (Latin root for birth) and “pathos” (the Greek root for suffering) to suggest “natural healing”. Naturopaths claim the ancient Greek “Father of Medicine”, Hippocrates, as the first advocate of naturopathic medicine, before the term existed. Naturopathy has its roots in the 19th-century Natural Cure movement of Europe. In Scotland, Thomas Allinson started advocating his “Hygienic Medicine” in the 1880s, promoting a natural diet and exercise with avoidance of tobacco and overwork.

PolyCare Naturopathy

Name: Dr Shilpa Shah
Qualification: B.N.Y.S., M.S (Psychotherapy & Counseling)
Specialty: Naturopathy & Yoga Therapy, Nutrition & Lifestyle Health

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