Naturopathic Medicine, Bureau of
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'''Publications available:''' A Consumer’s Guide to Naturopathic Medicine<br>
'''Publications available:'''A Consumer’s Guide to Naturopathic Medicine<br>
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Naturopathic medicine is a distinct and comprehensive system of primary health care practiced by a naturopathic doctor for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human health conditions, injuries, and disease.
Senate Bill (SB) 907 (Statutes of 2003) established the Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine within the Department of Consumer Affairs. The Bureau will administer the Naturopathic Doctors Act. This law specifies various standards for the licensure and regulation of naturopathic medicine that the Bureau will enforce.
Assembly Bill (AB) X420 (Statutes of 2009) established the Naturopathic Medicine Committee under the Osteopathic Board of California.
Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine
1625 N. Market Blvd. Suite S209
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 574-8645 Fax
Publications available: A Consumer’s Guide to Naturopathic Medicine