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NUHS faculty member Dr. Perrin featured in Natural Practitioner Magazine

by Aug 1, 2023

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Jodi Perrin, DC, NDJodi Perrin, DC, ND, a National University Instructor in the Clinical Sciences Department, was recently featured in the August issue of Natural Practitioner Magazine as part of a practitioner roundtable. 

In the magazine’s cover story, Dr. Perrin discusses current trends in complementary and integrative health (CIH), including technology news, patient- and self-care and the future of CIH. 

“I am seeing a rise in various endocrine disorders, such as hypothyroidism, hormone dysregulation, and diabetes. I think it is likely due to a combination of poor diet, high stress, sedentary lifestyles and the abundance of endocrine disruptors in the environment,” Dr. Perrin says in the article.

Dr. Perrin adds that the future of CIH looks bright. 

“I see complementary and integrative health fields growing and becoming more ‘mainstream’ rather than an alternative as more people learn there is a better way besides relying on drugs and surgeries that don’t address the underlying cause and don’t lead to optimized health,” she says in the article. 

 

To read the full article in Natural Practitioner Magazine click here. 

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