AZ Natural Health Center Launches Natural Remedies For Treatment Of Children With ADHD & ADD Series
The Arizona Natural Health Center has launched an educational series for natural remedies for treatment of children with ADHD & ADD as well as for several other conditions. This free online series is open to the Pubic & features an online community.
- (1888PressRelease) January 30, 2011 - Tempe, AZ - The Arizona Natural Health Center (AzNHC), formerly known as Naturopathic Health Associates, announced that AzNHC has officially launched its Natural Remedies for Common Conditions educational series This online series features natural remedies for treatment of children with ADHD and ADD and other conditions. This free online series is open to the Pubic and features an online community, with forums and videos, and revolves around a monthly nationwide conference call and local networking at the Arizona Natural Health Center in Tempe, AZ.
Arizona Natural Health Center is the premier center for homeopathy in the state of Arizona. They offer the highest quality homeopathic treatment for a wide variety of health concerns. The AzNHC is staffed by group of six naturopathic physicians, all graduates of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and one Licensed Acupuncturist.
The AzNHC naturopathic physicians are licensed and are highly trained experts in providing the best possible homeopathic and natural medicine for the entire family. The AzNHC doctors are well-versed in both conventional and alternative medicine. They offer safe, comprehensive, and effective treatment approaches.
Each month the physicians of AzNHC join together to share valuable insight into the causes and treatment of conditions that can affect us all. During the month of January, the focus is on ADD /ADHD and Dr. Jamie Oskin, ND is the naturopathic physician hosting the free national conference call.
Dr. Jamie Oskin, ND has achieved exceptional results providing natural solutions for children who are affected by ADD / ADHD. He shares: "Some of the common symptoms of ADHD include failure to listen to instructions; inability to organize oneself and school work; fidgeting with hands and feet; talking too much; leaving projects, chores and homework unfinished; and having trouble paying attention to and responding to details."
Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder that affects 3 to 5 percent of American children. It interferes with a person's ability to stay on a task and to exercise age-appropriate control over their behavior.
Dr. Oskin N.D. will be hosted a live ADD/ADHD conference call on Wednesday, January 19. Interested parties can register for future call in the series at http://www.aznaturalhealth.com. Members of the AzNHC free online community can review and listen to past calls, participate in the online forums and get questions answered. Dialogue with other community members is encouraged. The doctors themselves post comments and answer questions as they have time.
Anyone who is challenged by ADHD / ADD, or who has children who are, can register for the Arizona Natural Health Center Remedies to Common Conditions series. The program is free. To learn more or register online visit http://www.aznaturalhealth.com or contact Tami DeRose at 480-456-0402.