We use a variety of natural and non-invasive therapies, including clinical nutrition, homeopathy, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, physical medicine, and counseling.
WHY WE DO IT
We do it for the love of our clients. Naturopathic treatments are effective in treating a wide variety of conditions without the need for additional intervention.
MEET DOCTOR JOHNSON
Dr. Veda Johnson is a graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. A native Baltimorean, she obtained her B.A. in Liberal Arts with the primary concentration in Biology and minor concentration in Religious Studies from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.
Dr. Johnson has served in the medical health field for over 30 years, in various allied health professions and environments such as: hospitals, prison systems, private clinics, and private homes. She provided care for a variety of age groups within specialties including: gerontology, pediatrics, OB/GYN, rheumatology, internal medicine, minor surgery, gastroenterology, and HIV medicine. She also has advanced training in Intravenous Nutritional Therapy. Experiencing medicine from so many different perspectives has allowed her to better understand the needs and concerns of her patients. She is able to combine this valuable knowledge with her training as a Naturopathic Doctor in order to provide effective patient care.
As a Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Johnson wants to empower and inspire her patients to set and obtain positive health goals; to motivate them to be actively involved in a holistic (mind, body and spirit) approach to health; and, to provide healthcare tailored to their unique individual needs. Dr. Johnson is a fun-loving person and is the mother of four wonderful children and six beautiful grandchildren. In addition to medicine, she enjoys a holistic lifestyle which is inclusive of: her spiritual family, cooking, music, reading and traveling.
Clinical Training & Practice
Classical Chinese Medicine,
Naturopathic Medical History/Philosophy and Therapeutics,
Research & Statistics
For the final two years of studying, the emphasis is on clinical training and practice in:
Clinical & Physical Diagnosis,
Chinese Prepared Medicine,
Ears, Eyes, Nose, Throat (EENT),
First Aid & Emergency Medicine,
Medical Management of Addiction,
Obstetrics & Natural Childbirth,
Practicum of Mind Body Healing,
This Naturopathic practice includes but is not limited to the following therapeutic modalities: Homeopathy, Botanical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Life Style Counseling, Environmental Medicine, and Mind-Body Medicine.
WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE?
* Priumum Non Nocere: First Do No Harm
* Vis Medicatrix Naturae: The Healing Power of Nature
* Tolle Totum: Treat the Whole Person
* Docere: The Physician as Teacher
* Tolle Causam: Discover and Treat the Cause
* Praeveniere: Prevention is the Best Cure
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR NATURAL FLU ‘SHOT’
Every year there is a flu season. An optimal working immune system is your first line of defense. Preventive care is the most effective way to help the body’s immune system work optimally. We use homeopathy, which will often prime the body’s innate ability to heal itself. It is a natural, non-toxic, and effective way to prevent the flu. There are no injections involved.