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Elizabeth Bright, DO, ND, MICO

Osteopathy and Naturopathy
Functional, effective, and gentle

Osteopathy and Naturopathy are potent treatments for everyone.

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New Book Launch: Good Fat Is Good For Girls

New Book Launch: Good Fat Is Good For Girls

Common sense prevails in this all-inclusive look at the health issues of younger women. One of the first chapters considers the historical treatment of puberty and the results of bad medicine on the lives of women over the centuries. Even today, some of those same treatments are used in the health care of younger women. This is the question that Dr. Bright is addressing: What is best for our adolescent women today?

The drugs and surgeries in mainstream medicine today, which are used to make life better, are shown many times to be inadequate and damaging. Lack of knowledge or arrogance subjects young women to treatments that have life-long consequences.

Publication Date:  February 23, 2024

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Kindle Edition on Amazon

 

Welcome

TREATMENTS THAT CONNECT THE INSIDE AND THE OUTSIDE

Osteopathy and naturopathy remove the obstacles to your body’s own natural healing mechanism. Healing requires energy. Without it, your entire physiology – mind, and body – will not function optimally, and eventually break down. Energy originates both internally and externally. If you are unable to turn the food you eat into energy, you will not be able to generate the energy necessary to heal. By channeling the energy of cellular mitochondria through structural and dietary change, my treatments and advice can actually turn back time removing the compensations the body and metabolism have used to adapt to stress, nutritional malabsorption, and fatigue.
Having studied for five years at the Institute of Classical Osteopathy in England, I use the Body Adjustment technique to reduce the defense of tissues in pain or under duress. This allows me to mobilize and adjust without force. Contracted muscles stand guard for more delicate nervous or visceral tissue. Balancing between the sensitivity of the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous systems, the treatment goal is to improve and maintain the physical and biochemical homeostasis.
I received my diploma in Naturopathy from the London College of Naturopathy. Part of my naturopathic treatment is to conclude which nutrients are missing. Since the thyroid gland orchestrates all physiological functions, I specialize in improving thyroid function. This way I can create a nutritional plan based on personal requirements. This will ensure the removal of toxins, the regeneration of mitochondrial function, and provide the right energy for neurons, synapses, and brain cells to pursue goals and enjoy life.
As a Naturopath, I used it to bring Crohn’s disease and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis into remission, as well as to improve adrenal and thyroid dysfunctions. As an osteopath, I use the carnivore diet to reduce joint pain and create an optimum environment for regenerating tissue.

Disclaimer:

The information on this website is to provide information about the general health benefits of osteopathic and naturopathic treatment.
The information contained in this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition and is not to be used as a substitute for the care and guidance of a physician.
Opinions posted are solely those of Elizabeth Bright. If this website contains opinions or statements that differ from the advice of your medical professional, Elizabeth Bright encourages you to discuss this with your medical provider and decide what is best for you.
The content on this site is for informational or educational purposes only and does not substitute professional medical advice or consultations with your healthcare professionals.
 
 
 

Check Out My Book on Menopause

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About the Book

Menopause. Why do we go through it? How can we enjoy this time of life? There is a plethora of confusing and misleading information out there about menopause: what to take, and what to eat. Women may begin to wonder: is there something wrong with our bodies? And if menopause is natural, why do doctors, pharmaceutical companies, and the media recommend so much medication to treat menopausal symptoms? The last sixty years of dietary advice, warning women to avoid fat, have actually worsened women’s health. If you’re approaching menopause, in menopause, or are interested in improving your health naturally, here is a book that explains the history of menopause, the evolutionary benefits of this life event, and how to eat the right foods to help you enjoy what should be the longest and most fulfilling part of your life. This book is the first of a three-book series that shows how important eating good fat is for a woman’s health at every stage of her life.