TEMPE, Ariz. (February 8, 2016)—The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM) invites you to attend the Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine, which will take place on SCNM’s campus from April 8 to 10. Register now to secure your spot!
The conference features 30 presentations by naturopathic physicians and other professionals on herbal medicine for chronic conditions, including:
· Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Search for Answers
· Environmental Links to Infertility
· Prostatitis, BPH and Prostate Cancer
· Heavy Cannabis Users: Side Effects and Withdrawal
· Aromatase Excess Syndrome and Reproductive Health
· Herbs for Hair Loss and Male Pattern Baldness
· Anxiety and Panic Attacks: Emotion and Physiology
Plus, there will also be herb walks and lectures in the SCNM herb garden. Continuing education credits are offered for health professionals. For more information and to register, visit botanicalmedicine.org or call 541.482.3016.
About SCNM: The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine trains future physicians to focus on prevention, wellness and lifestyle changes, which addresses the root cause of the majority of the problems plaguing Americans. Located in Tempe, and founded in 1993, SCNM is an accredited higher-learning institution offering a four-year medical program. Adjacent to the college, the SCNM Medical Center is the largest naturopathic medical center in the Southwest and offers family and primary care using integrative modalities such as acupuncture, homeopathy, clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, manipulation and pharmacology. It has more than 40 doctors and more than 200 student clinicians. For more information, visit www.scnm.edu