2013 NW Natural Health Clinic Naturopathic Classes
Northwest Natural Health is committed to helping you understand your body, its innate ability to heal and ways to improve your overall health and wellness. We collaborate with Swedish Cancer Institute and the Center for Cardiovascular Wellness at the Seattle Heart & Vascular Institute of Swedish Hospital to provide the following classes. For Swedish Medical Center classes see www.swedish.org For Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center classes see www.seattlechildrens.org For Seattle Cancer Care Alliance classes see www.seattlecca.org For UW Medical Center classes see www.uwmedicine.org For Highline Medical Center classes see www.highlinemedical.org For Valley Medical classes see www.valleymed.org For Virginia Mason Hospital and Medical Center classes see www.virginiamason.org
Food, Mood and You
Good food, good mood! Discover how foods can affect your mood and see the connections between what you eat and how you feel. Learn how this applies to the challenges faced during treatment and recovery of cancer and illness in general. Naturopathic physician, Kathleen Pratt will provide some practical tips on what you can do to maintain balance and wellness. Co-sponsored by Northwest Natural Health.
Natural medicine offers safe ways to manage hot flashes without the use of hormone therapy. With these simple, practical tips, you'll sleep better and feel better all day. Diet, lifestyle tips and nutritional supplementation will be covered by naturopathic physician Kathleen Pratt. Co-sponsored by Northwest Natural Health.
Complementary and alternative medicine strategies include diet, vitamins, minerals, herbs, other nutritional supplements and many other treatments. When it comes to the unique and important issues experienced with breast cancer, learn which strategies work and which do not from naturopathic physician, Kathleen Pratt. Co-sponsored by Northwest Natural Health.
Learn about dietary risks for breast cancer
Learn about a healthy diet for breast cancer patients and survivors
Learn about the role of soy and fats
When: July 23, 7-8:30pm Where: Lake Hills Library, Bellevue Who: Kathleen Pratt, ND
Neuropathy: How to Address it to Mitigate it's Intensity
Neuropathy, including numbness of fingers and toes, tingling in any part of the body, shooting pains and radiating discomfort can occur from cancer as well as a side effect of some chemotherapies, surgeries and radiation.
There are new, effective treatments that can frequently prevent, minimize or resolve this problem. Join us to hear about how these strategies work.
When: August 12, 7-8pm Where: NW Hospital Who: Dan Labriola, ND