Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are primary care physicians and part of a distinct system of health care who blend centuries-old knowledge, including a philosophy that nature is the most effective, with current research on human health. They have attended an accredited naturopathic medical school, are clinically trained, and work in all aspects of family health — from pediatric to geriatric care.
Hi! I’m Dr. Agi Wrobel. I’m a Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Nutrition Specialist. Doctor comes from the Latin word “Docere” which means to teach. I believe optimal wellness is rooted in education and it is my passion to teach my clients.
Naturopathic doctors attend rigorous, 4 year, accredited naturopathic medical colleges. The curriculum includes basic sciences, clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, counseling and physical medicine. Just like MDs, naturopathic physicians must participate in clinical training and pass rigorous professional board exams before they can be licensed by a state or jurisdiction. Currently, 26 jurisdictions, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands all have laws regulating naturopathic doctors.
Food allergy management
Diet and lifestyle
What can you expect at a visit?
During a visit, a comprehensive history is obtained including biological, physiological and social information. Further examination and laboratory studies may be performed, if necessary. Interventions may include diet and lifestyle recommendations, homeopathic and botanical medicine may be utilized alone or incombination with behavioral medicine to establish lifelong, meaningful changes. Each plan is personalized and unique to the client.
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