How do patients connect with alternative health care practitioners? With a little help from HSI.

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Where do you turn?

If you’re fed up with conventional doctors who simply dismiss alternative health care…

If you need to talk to a knowledgeable professional about herbal remedies…

If you’re looking for dietary advice concerning a medical condition…

If you’d like to find a chiropractor, or an acupuncturist, or a naturopath, but don’t know where to start…

If you’re an alternative health care practitioner who wants to reach out to new patients…

Where do you turn? You turn to an extensive database that instantly connects your world to an invaluable network of health care professionals.

Searching high and low

Not too long ago I went looking for someone in the Baltimore/D.C. area who could administer intravenous ascorbic acid (IAA) to a friend of mine with ovarian cancer.

It was no easy task.

I started off making cold calls to local alternative health care doctors. And although most of the people I talked to were very sympathetic, most of them could only offer referrals to doctors who they believed might be knowledgeable in the use of IAA.

I also searched the few databases I knew about that included natural medicine practitioners. Unfortunately, I found limited listings and out-dated information.

I realized if I had this much trouble finding someone to help – even with all my HSI connections – it must be impossible for others.

That’s when I decided that we needed to develop a comprehensive database of alternative medicine practitioners for our members.

This is where you come in

We’re actually just getting this database underway. And we need your help.

While we have a network that reaches around the globe, it doesn’t necessarily reach most Main Streets.

So we’re looking for U.S. practitioners from all over the country who specialize in alternative and natural health care, and are licensed M.D.s, D.O.s, or N.D.s.

If that describes you, or if you’d like to nominate your own doctor, just fill in the short form at this link.

Our goal is to develop the most comprehensive database of alternative medicine doctors in the U.S. so you and your loved ones can get the real help you need.

So, for now, we appreciate any help you can give us.

Source:
“Milk in Tea May Hamper Heart Health Benefits” Jess Halliday, NutraIngredients-USA, 1/9/07, nutraingredients-usa.com