The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM) is sponsoring an online health summit that will run from February 15 to 22, launched by alumna Dr. Tiffany Jackson, ND. The goal of the Natural Medicine Now Summit is to help people “sift through the clutter” of health and diet information available today; it will cover topics such as adrenal fatigue, identifying toxins, healthy lifestyle choices and the top 12 hormone disruptors.
“All of the webinars are topics I wish I had the time to sit down and explain to my patients,” Dr. Jackson said. “…My goal is to educate and inspire patients to get healthy, and for other colleagues to utilize my videos to help their patients learn the tools they need to meet their health goals.”
Visit naturalmedicinenowsummit.com for more details and to register for the summit.
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