May 29, 2017
Dr. Christine White, ND - Fascinating Discussion about Whole-Person perinatal wellness.
What is Naturopathic Medicine and how can it help you? Dr. White tells us how she supports whole-person wellness. We discuss the ways in which pregnant or postpartum mothers can be supported by this type of care, specifically when dealing with postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety and postpartum psychosis.
Our chat aims to give you another avenue and perspective on health and wellness, options for care and a deeper understanding of how our bodies function during the perinatal period.
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Resources from Dr. White:
If you are interested in finding a Licensed Naturopathic Doctor, go to http://www.naturopathic.org/
Dr. White Website: http://montananaturalmedicine.com/
Dr. White Facebook - Black Bear Naturopathic Clinic, PC - https://www.facebook.com/Black-Bear-Naturopathic-Clinic-PC-157397260960749/
Dr. Christine White, naturopathic physician, has a general family practice in Missoula, MT where she treats patients along the full spectrum from prenatal to hospice care support. As a naturopathic physician her focus is on treating the whole person, regardless of the specific diagnosis, and working to uncover the underlying, root causes of illness. She has become increasingly involved in the care of women dealing with perinatal mood disorders and offering perspective and treatment options beyond traditional medication options. Dr. White regularly collaborates with colleagues across many disciplines and specialties in the health care realm.
Dr. White is actively involved in the profession of naturopathic medicine serving in the state naturopathic association, including past president, as well as holding a Governor appointed seat on the State of Montana’s Board of Alternative Health Care, the licensing board for naturopathic physicians in Montana.