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Dr. Jed Adamson, ND, NMD, DSc

Modalities and Therapies for Health and Healing - Continued

In this program we will continue last week’s discussion with Dr. Jed Adamson, ND, NMD, DSc on many of the methods and therapies for healing and health maintenance.

There will be a particular emphasis on the methods and techniques that can be learned and practiced at home by any of us.  We believe that it is particularly important that each household has a set of practical and practiced methods for dealing with a wide variety of health issues that can and do arise in the good times and more especially in the difficult times.  Not only will this be important for your well being now, but such skill may prove lifesaving in the future for your household as well as others in your community.

As a part of the program we will make available a spreadsheet with the listing of these modalities and some recommendation on how to learn more about them.

One specific topic we’ll also discuss will be methods that will help those wishing to improve their current and future health by quitting smoking or the use of tobacco in any form.

Guest Profile:

Dr. Jed Adamson brings to his profession an unusual blend of traditional medical training enhanced by a deep understanding and experience with natural, companion and holistic approaches.

For the past 12 years he’s operated the Adamson Naturopathic Clinic in Twin Falls, Idaho.  Dr. Adamson is also the founder of the Intermountain College of Natural Health registered with the State of Idaho.

For 20 years he was a certified professional in Idaho Emergency Medical Services: 12 years as an E.M.T. and 8 years as an Advanced E.M.T. & Cardiac Tech. 

 

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