Naturopathy

The flowers symbolize nautropathic healing

Welcome

Dr. Soalt is a Connecticut based licensed naturopathic doctor and art therapist. She believes that our bodies have an innate ability to heal and restore themselves. Dr. Soalt works to uncover the root of the disease, remove it, and empower the body to return to its natural state of well-being.

Dr. Soalt spends time with patients to address their individual needs. She actively involves her patients in their treatment, empowering them to achieve optimal health. Dr. Soalt welcomes questions and takes time to insure patient understanding

 

Naturopathic Medicine


Tree leaves symbolizing naturopathic care

Naturopathic medicine treats health conditions by utilizing the body's inherent ability to heal. There is a concentration on whole-patient wellness through the integration of mind, body, and spirit. The medicine is tailored to the patient and emphasizes prevention and self-care. Naturopathic medicine attempts to find the underlying cause of the patient's condition rather than focusing solely on symptomatic treatment.

Naturopathic physicians practice comprehensive general medicine and treat a wide variety of acute and chronic illnesses. The foundation of naturopathic diagnosis is a detailed patient history, physical examination, review of medications, and evaluation of appropriate laboratory tests and diagnostic imaging.

Principles of Naturopathic Medicine

  • The Healing Power of Nature. Trust in the body's inherent wisdom to heal itself.
  • Identify and Treat the Causes. Look beyond the symptoms to the underlying cause.
  • First Do No Harm. Utilize the most natural, least invasive, and least toxic therapies.
  • Doctor as Teacher. Educate patients in the steps to achieving and maintaining health.
  • Treat the Whole Person. View the body as an integrated whole in all its physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions.
  • Prevention. Focus on overall health, wellness, and the prevention of disease.

Services Provided

  • Clinical Nutrition. Nutrition and the therapeutic use of foods has always been a cornerstone of naturopathic medicine. Many health conditions can be treated as effectively with foods and nutritional supplements as they can by any other means, but with fewer complications and side effects.
  • Botanical Medicine. Botanical medicine is the use of plants to promote health and treat illness and imbalances in the body. The organic nature of botanical medicines makes them compatible with the body's chemistry. They are very effetive at treating both causes and symptoms safely at therapeutic dosages.
  • Homeopathy. Homeopathic medicine is based on the principal of "like cures like." It works on a subtle, energetic level to activate the body's innate healing capacity. Homeopathic remedies are potentized dilutions of a variety of plant, mineral, and chemical substances.
  • Lifestyle counseling. Mental attitudes and emotional states can play important roles in one's health. Lifestyle counseling, stress management, and mind-body techniques are used to maintain optimal health.
  • Acupuncture. Acupuncture is one of the healng arts in Chinese Medicine, which improves the quality of life by reducing pain, boosting energy levels, reducing stress, and bringing harmony and balance to the whole body. It involves inserting sterile, one-time-use, thin needles into specific areas of the body to induce therapeutic results.
  • Hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the use of water in any of its forms (liquid, gas, solid), internally or externally for the maintenance of health or the treatment of disease. In hydrotherapy, water changes the environment of the body to achieve a physiologic response.
  • Infrared Sauna. Infraredlight has the ability to penetrate human tissue, producing many health benefits. Infrared saunas are used for detoxification, pain relief, enhanced immune activity, stress relief and relaxation, weight loss, and skin purification.

Learn More

American Association of Naturopathic Physicians:
naturopathic.org

Connecticut Naturopathic Physicians Association:
cnpaonline.org

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine:
nccam.nih.gov

Alternative Medicine Review:
altmedrev.com

Integrative Medicine Journal:
imjournal.com

Alternative Medicine Magazine:
alternativemedicine.com