HEALTHY, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
Our naturopathic physician is offering cleanse programs to keep you fit for the holidays and support on how to stay healthy during the fall and winter seasons on mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels.
We welcome Dr. Alexandra Cope to Health Nut Nutrition!
A bit about Dr. Cope and her background:
While still in school, Dr. Cope played a major role in opening an integrative, primary care practice on the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. From there, Dr. Cope gained experience in leading cleanses, weight loss, hormone balancing, mental emotional disorders, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Cope loves nothing more than to give back to the community and to stand for environmental health. From the inside of the home to protecting the rivers around the nation, Dr. Cope has experience in Emergency Field Medicine, Street Medicine, and organizing trainings on how to serve the community in a more effective way.
What is Naturopathy?
Be sure to ask your naturopath if they are licensed in one of 17 states, passed their licensure exams (NPLEX is paralleled to the MCAT — Alex says: "trust me, completing those four days of board exams is something to write home about!").
There is a board for naturopaths called the AANP, in which you can find out more.
From Dr. Cope’s website:
I am one out of 6,000 licensed naturopathic physicians in the United States and Canada. I am proud to say I graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (now the National University of Natural Medicine, or NUNM) in Portland, Oregon, and HOW I LOVE our crew of physicians reversing one lifestyle disease symptoms at a time, educating patients on the best options to heal.
I am the only naturopathic physician within a two-hour radius of Lynchburg.
Naturopaths simply spend more time listening, so the patient may be guided into their path of healing rather than treated like another number. Each Naturopath works to support the person as a whole and practices extremely different.
How I help you?
Hormone imbalances such as low testosterone, infertility, PCOS, menopause <3, metabolic syndrome
Cardiovascular diseases such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure
Blood sugar imbalances
Symptoms of exhaustion, tired-n-wired, anxiety, depression
Maldigestion including IBD, IBS, bloating, gas, heartburn
How Do I schedule an appointment, and what are the costs?
Try a 30-minute free consultation (booked on my website) in person on Wednesdays or on a Zoom Telemedicine Call. Most of my 30-minute consultations end up going over into an entire intro visit, in which we can discuss the best plan for your healing path.
I run a killer deal that an initial appointment that is an extension off your consultation only costs $75! Most integrative practitioners around town are offering an hourly fee. I want to be able to work together, 1-on-1, in a more intimate setting that is independent of time, so I offer a concierge medicine model.