Combining Old and New : Naturopathy for the 21st Century|
by Robert J. Thiel (Author)
is highly recommended for those studying to be board certified by the American
Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board.
has been adopted as a text book by several naturopathic schools.
includes works by J.H. Kellogg, M.V. Kulkarni, Royal Lee, G.J. Drews, J.H.
Tilden and other early naturopathic pioneers.
explains what modalities are used by naturopaths.
answer the questions, "Why do people get sick?", "What is the cause of disease?"
and "How do people get well?"
About the Author
Dr. Robert Thiel, author of Combining Old and New: Naturopathy for the 21st
Century, is a nationally recognized researcher, scientist, and naturopath.
He is not a medical doctor, but is registered as a naturopath by the Federal
District of Columbia, licensed as a Naturopath by the State of North Carolina,
licensed as a Naturopathic Scientist by the State of Alabama and is licensed as
a Naturopathic Physician by Bingham County, Idaho.
He believes that clinical science demonstrates that through natural
interventions, the body can heal itself of both chronic and acute ailments. Dr.
Thiel's research captured the attention of the National Institute of Health,
National Cancer Institute, and National Institute for Allergy and Infectious
Disease, all of which have reviewed Dr. Thiel's research on nutritional
supplementation on serum levels of immune system lymphocytes.
In 1998, he was named Research Scientist of the Year by the American
Naturopathic Medical Association. In 1999, they named him Physician of the Year.
He is also president of the California State Naturopathic Medical Association.
Paperback: 296 pages
Publisher: Whitman Pubns (January 1, 2001)