Thursday, August 7, 2014

SCNM Coded Vitalism:

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B.01.a.79.b. - SCNM Coded Vitalism:

[1997-2001 school site was swcnm.edu, archived here]
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[in "Environmental Medicine" (2014)]
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"removing environmental toxins plus powerful naturopathic treatments like clinical nutrition, acupuncture, hydrotherapy and homeopathy, can promote self-healing through the healing power of nature, the vis medicatrix naturae";
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[in "Naturopathic Approach to Healing" (2014)]
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"six principles of naturopathic medicine: the healing power of nature (vis medicatrix naturae):The human body is inherently able to restore and maintain health. The physician’s role is to support the body’s innate abilities [...] symptoms are viewed as expressions of the body’s natural attempt to heal";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine" (2014)]
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"naturopathic medicine [...] embraces the healing power of nature [...] naturopathic physicians [...] philosophy is derived in part from the 2000-year-old Hippocratic teaching (vis mediatrix [sp., medicatrix] naturae) that nature is the healer of all diseases [...] six principles of naturopathic medicine [...]  naturopathic medicine is guided by the following six principles of healing: [#1] the healing power of nature (vis medicatrix naturae): the human body is inherently able to restore and maintain health. The physician’s role is to support the body’s innate abilities [...] the body’s natural attempt to heal";
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[in "SCNM Catalog 2005-2006" (2013)]
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"the six principles that guide the therapeutic methods and modalities of naturopathic medicine [...#2] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae: the human body possesses the inherent ability to restore health. The physician's role is to facilitate this process with the aid of natural, non-toxic therapies";
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[in "SCNM Now 2010-Spring" (2013)]
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"through Manos de Ayuda, student volunteers learn the true value of [...] vis medicatrix naturae (healing power of nature) [...] SCNM program outcomes [...] demonstrate a commitment to the principles of naturopathic medicine";
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[in "Medical Center Construction & Updates" (2013)]
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"light streaming in through corridors and examination rooms, windows opening up to desert landscaping and medicinal gardens, imbue the setting with the healing power of nature, the force that animates every living being";
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SCNM's Mittman is quoted by Winquist, M. (? ?) in her article 'Becoming A Great Physician - The Spiritual Nature of Medicine' as stating Awareness Magazine Sept.-Oct. 2000 (2006):

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[and the 'further information' provided below the article states: "Dr. Paul Mittman, ND, DHANP, is President of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences in Tempe, Arizona, offering an accredited four-year graduate program in naturopathic medicine, leading to a doctor of naturopathic medicine degree (ND). Naturopathic physicians are trained in the art and science of homeopathy, nutrition, acupuncture and oriental medicine, botanical and physical medicine, hydrotherapy, counseling and minor surgery. For more information on naturopathic medicine, please contact Southwest College at (480) 858-9100"];

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"the lights are out. Seven people sitting quietly holding hands, eyes closed, feet gently on the floor, taking deep, relaxing, abdominal breaths — stress, tension and other worries melt away. A prayer is shared by someone in the group. Minutes pass, eyes are opened, hands release, everyone takes a deep breath and we are ready to go. This is a scene at Dr. Paul Mittman’s afternoon shift at the Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center. When asked how long he had been doing this kind of preparation before seeing patients, Dr. Mittman responded, “I was in Greece at a Homeopathy seminar and asked the instructor, a world renowned homeopath, what it would take for me to become a truly great physician, a real practitioner of the healing arts [Vithoulkas?]. I was thinking, what books should I read, what kind of training should I receive, and without even pausing, the doctor answered me — you must pray every day. Not just to clear your mind, but to get help from outside yourself, to keep your ego in check, and to help you and the patient access the healing power of nature, ‘vis medicatrix naturae’ which, for many people, has many names, including God [autoentheism]. I have followed his advice ever since and I must say the results have been quite striking”;

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[in "SCNM Catalog 2003-2004" (2005)]
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"while the College does not provide student housing, information on housing in the area may be obtained through school publications such as the Vital Force. Student Enrollment Services maintains a Housing Board for prospective and current students to advertise for roommates or situations in the Student Lounge [...] the tix principles that guide the therapeutic methods and modalities of naturopathic medicine [...#2] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae: the human body possesses the inherent ability to restore health. The physician's role is to facilitate this process with the aid ofnatural, non-toxic therapies";
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[in "SCNM Catalog 2000-2001" (2005)]
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"while the college does not provide student housing, information on housing in the area may be obtained through school publications such as the Vital Force and Admissions Buzz [...] the six principles that guide the therapeutic methods and modalities of naturopathic medicine [...#2] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae: the human body possesses the inherent ability to restore health. The physician's role is to facilitate this process with the aid of natural, non-toxic therapies";
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[in "SCNM Catalog 2002-2003" (2005)]
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"while the College does not provide student housing, information on housing in the area may be obtained through school publications such as the Vital Force. The Admissions Office maintains a Housing Board for prospective and current students to advertise for roommates or situations in the Student Lounge [...] the six principles that guide the therapeutic methods and modalities of naturopathic medicine [...] the healing power of nature, vis medicatrix naturae: the human body possesses the inherent ability to restore health. The physician's role is to facilitate this process with the aid of natural, non-toxic therapies";
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[in "Student Handbook 2003 / 2004" (2004)]
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"student information [...] vital force [...] the Vital Force – distributed monthly to all students, faculty, staff and alumni [...] information about available housing in the area may be obtained through the College web site and school publications such as the Vital Force [...] the Vital Force is the official monthly newsletter of SCNM for the students, employees, alumni and Board of Trustees [...] the current format of the Vital Force cannot support opinions and editorials [...] professional opportunities are posted on the Career Opportunities Board on the East wall before the Student Lounge and/or monthly in the Vital Force [...] naturopathic physician’s oath [is] taken at graduation, but lives daily as a student [...] I will use methods of treatment that follow the principles of naturopathic medicine [...#2] vis medicatrix naturae, to act in cooperation with the healing power of nature";
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[in "General Catalog 2001 - 2002" (2003)]
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"while the college does not provide student housing, information on housing in the area may be obtained through school publications such as the Vital Force [p.035]";
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