Naturopathic Practice Marketing
Let Karma Health Help Grow Your Naturopathic Medical Practice
Naturopathic medicine uses natural medications and therapies to treat maladies. Included are a variety of therapeutic treatments like massage, exercises, herbs, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling.
Naturopathy came into the U.S. in the 1800s from Germany, but some naturopathic treatments date from centuries before then. Today, naturopathic medicine includes some modern science in its practices.
The aim of naturopathic medicine is to heal the whole person. i.e., spirit, mind, and body. It also focuses on healing the causes of an ailment and not the symptoms alone. Naturopathic medicine also focuses on prevention and education, including diet, stress, and health management tips. It also involves using pressure and massage to ensure body balance.
Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) experience a variety of competition from specialists and Western physicians. There are now specialists who offer medical massage in private practice or in medical spas. There are specialists who offer acupuncture only, while other independent clinicians specialize in stress and pain management.
NDs often work in independent practices and a common obstacle is how to market the practice for growth while also delivering services to patients. So much of what Naturopathic Doctors require is education and consistent marketing of services to invite and convert prospects into paying clients.
How Karma Health Works
At Karma Health, we understand the healthcare sector and regard physicians and doctor’s practices like a business. We market business practices so that your business turns into a brand.
Our partnership with a digital marketing agency provides a bridge to digital marketing for your practice. In addition, because Karma Health is run by business leaders, we focus on your business goals and turn them into profits.
If your goal is growth and expansion, then Karma Health is right for you. We offer a breadth of business tools focused on eliminating your obstacles to growth.