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|Dr. Robert Madda is a board certified Naturopathic
Doctor (ND) and a Licensed Acupuncturist (Lac).
After six years of study he earned a
Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and a
Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine.
Dr. Madda practices general family medicine with special
interest in the management of musculoskeletal pain, acute
and chronic disease, woman’s and men’s health, weight and
stress management, anti-aging medicine, and adjunctive
cancer treatment and prevention.
Robert is the creator
of the “Tiburon Wellness Program”.
A special program designed to bring you
back to health in 90 days.
Robert is committed to using Naturopathic and
Chinese medicine to support and accelerate the body’s
ability to heal and re-balance itself.
Robert is a charismatic speaker, group facilitator, and
physician. He is currently running ongoing
weight management groups.
“I truly enjoy inspiring and motivating people to be more
healthy, happy and empowered.” ~ Robert Madda
Naturopathic physicians are trained at accredited,
four-year, post-graduate, residential naturopathic medical
programs. The training consists of comprehensive study of
the conventional medical sciences, including anatomy,
physiology, pathology, microbiology, immunology, clinical
and physical diagnosis, laboratory diagnosis, cardiology,
gastroenterology, gynecology, etc, as well as detailed study
of a wide variety of natural therapies.
Naturopathic physicians are guided by six principles:
Do No Harm;
The Healing Power of Nature;
Find the Cause;
Treat the Whole Person;
and, Doctor as Teacher.
This set of principles, emphasized throughout a
naturopathic physician's training,
outlines the philosophy guiding the
naturopathic approach to health and healing
and forms the foundation of this distinct
health care practice.
Naturopathic physicians use a variety of natural and
non-invasive therapies, including clinical nutrition,
homeopathy, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy,
physical medicine, and counseling.
Naturopathic treatments are effective in treating a wide
variety of conditions without the need for additional
intervention. Naturopathic physicians are also able to
function within an integrated framework, and naturopathic
therapies can be used to complement treatments used by
conventionally trained medical doctors. The result is a
patient-centered approach that strives to provide the most
appropriate treatment for an individual's needs.
Text taken from the California Naturopathic Doctor’s Association ( www.calnd.org)
The scope of practice for naturopathic doctors includes all
aspects of family medicine, from pediatrics to geriatrics.
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