Meet Dr. Carla Anderson
Board Certified Traditional Naturopathic Doctor
I want to welcome you to Begin Anew Natural Health. My journey in the healthcare field began as a Radiologic Technologist and Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Due to my own medical issues and the birth of my children I had to make a shift in my career. I was fortunate enough to be able to work for my family's oilfield service business. As my health continued to deteriorate I searched for alternatives to the medical model for my own health care which led me to using herbs, vitamins, supplements and making dietary changes. After just a few months, I started to feel healthy for the first time in more than twenty years and my lab work was showing remarkable improvements. I decided if I could heal and feel this good, I needed to learn more about this way of living and help others to walk a path to better health. I discovered there was a school for natural health a few miles from my home. I attended a few free classes that were taught by students, I made a few inquiries and enrolled at the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education. I graduated with a degree as a Certified Natural Health Practitioner and continued my studies at Kingdom College of Natural Health earning a Ph.D. in Traditional Naturopathy. I am excited to walk a path of healing physically, spiritually and emotionally with all my clients. I believe that every day gives us the opportunity to Begin Anew.
What is Naturopathy?
It is an art, a science and a philosophy that understands that every person is unique. That the body has the ability to heal itself if it is free of toxins and given proper nutrition, rest, emotional support and stimulation. It is a non-invasive practice that has been in existence for more than 2,000 years. The foundation of Naturopathy is based on Hippocrates Principle "First Do No Harm".
Naturopathy Helps With
When our body is struggling to break down the food we eat, it can affect many aspects of our overall well being.
Finding the root cause of an overwhelming tiredness, is an essential part of the healing process.
When emotions are unresolved and or repressed, they become stored in our bodies and may cause physical problems.
Restorative sleep is vital for optimal health. One of the first steps is to have good sleep hygeine. Which includes making sure your bedroom is a quiet, dark, relaxing atmosphere that is free from electronic devices.
Eating food that fuels our bodies is key to a healthy weight
Good or bad stress, can cause havoc on the body. Finding what is triggering stress and working to aleviate it is important.