Our goal is to help students become the very best physicians to help heal a world beset by suffering and sickness.
We seek people who love science and who recognize that there is more to medicine than drugs and surgery.
Here, you will experience the most difficult and exhilarating years of your life. Exploring the human body in health and disease in the classroom will challenge your mind. Restoring health in the exam room will nourish your soul. And it’s simply inspiring.
Athletes who want that competitive edge tend to ask a common question: What are the pros doing? And recently, the pros seem increasingly interested in naturopathic medicine for safer options to fine-tune their performance.Read More »
Symptoms like anxiety, severe headaches, mood swings and fatigue seem to affect women today with more force and intensity than ever before. These issues are common signs of hormonal imbalance, and in a new video by Natural Products INSIDER, our doctors explain why stress could be a major contributing factor.Read More »
The chance to transform a college comes along once in a generation. Throughout our first 20 years, we've educated medical students, treated patients and conducted research, solely focused on naturopathic medicine. Today, we have the opportunity to teach more students, help more patients, including the underserved, and reach and empower the public through community education.
What if you had an answer to the pain epidemic that was safe, highly effective, financially rewarding and complemented your existing practice? Become part of the solution by gaining the hands-on education necessary to become competent and confident in PRP/Prolotherapy.Read More »
In collaboration with the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, SCNM is pleased to offer a dual-degree program for a naturopathic medical degree (ND) and a master’s degree in public health (MPH). Naturopathic medical students will begin classes in the fall 2016.Read More »
The SCNM Sage Foundation exists for the sole purpose of providing healthcare to disadvantaged families and children. Its mission, “To provide the unserved, underserved and indigent people of Arizona with quality natural and conventional healthcare,” is accomplished through care provided at community clinics across Maricopa County by SCNM.Read More »