Meet Dr. Lesa Lawson, N.D., CHHC, AADP
YOUR HEALTH MATTERS – Dr. Lawson focuses on restoring people to a state of optimal health and well-being;. helping with constipation, stress, digestive, energy, immunity, allergy, inflammation, diabetes, cancer, and blood pressure problems.
Dr. Lawson provides a thorough naturopathic consultation aimed at finding the root of your health problems. She focuses on the whole person, rather than simply addressing symptoms, and provides clients with a better understanding of health. Client and doctor must work together to achieve the best health.
Dr. Lawson is a graduate of Trinity School of Natural Health and a certified Health Coach through Purchase (SUNY) and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN). She is also certified with the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT) and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP).
Qualifications: Naturopathy, Colon Hydrotherapy.
Certifications: Lifestream Colon Hydrotherapy Institute, St. John's, I-ACT, AADP,
LawsOnHealth Wellness, LLC follows the six principles of Naturopathy:
First Do No Harm - Support the self-healing systems that are inherent in the body and mind by utilizing methods and medicines that are in harmony with the natural processes.
The Healing Power of Nature - Preference for non-invasive treatments which minimize the risks of harmful side effects. Acknowledge and trust the body's inherent wisdom to heal itself.
Identify and Treat the Cause - Every illness has an underlying cause, oftentimes in aspects of the individual's lifestyle, diet or habits. Naturopathic Physicians seek to identify and remove the underlying causes of illness.
Treat the Whole Person - View the body as an integrated whole in all its dimensions, among them spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, genetic, environmental, and social health
Doctor As Teacher - Educate clients on achieving and maintaining health and encourage self-responsibility.
Prevention. Focus on overall health and wellness, and emphasize the prevention of disease.
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