At the root of naturopathic medicine is the ability to listen to and be in tune with your body to allow it to reach its optimal state. One practice that can have a resounding impact on mental health and overall well-being is the art of being present through mindfulness.
There's never been a better time to become a naturopathic doctor, especially in Oregon where there is a large demand for primary care professionals! NUNM shares exciting information regarding the receipt of the Scholars for a Healthy Oregon—Naturopathic Physicians Opportunities (SHONPO) Scholarship. Learn more about qualifications for the SHONPO scholarship and all the latest news at NUNM!
Breaking new ground for naturopathic medicine is nothing new for National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), now celebrating its 61st year as the “Mothership” of North American naturopathic medicine.
Dr. Amy Bader always tells people that she didn’t choose naturopathic medicine, it chose her. She stumbled upon the field while she was in the process of applying to conventional medical school. When she was young, Dr. Bader’s mother was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Her family pursued a wide variety of approaches. Dr. Bader believes this is what led her to have an open mind about medicine.