Keep Your Doctor Out of Jail
Did you know that Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) are not currently granted licenses in the State of Florida?
Unfortunately, this means that: if you live in Florida AND you want to choose a doctor who specializes in the prevention and treatment of disease using herbs, supplements, homeopathy, and lifestyle change
A few NDs do work in Florida and, as they cannot work as primary care physicians, they help their clients as best they can by being wellness consultants. Though useful and helpful, this is a far cry from the primary care medicine that NDs are trained to provide.
Worst of all, Floridians are at-risk of losing all access to NDs, even as wellness consultants, because this year alone
4 NDs have been given ‘Cease and Desist’ letters by the Florida Department of Health.
We at the Florida Naturopathic Physicians Association (FNPA) believe that Floridians should be able to choose Naturopathic Medicine for themselves and their families.
To make this happen, we are working diligently to re-establish licensure for NDs in Florida, but WE NEED YOUR HELP!
How can you help?
SIGN OUR PETITION!
Your voice will be a valuable tool for us when we meet with legislators in Tallahassee. Each and every signature we get brings us one step closer to licensure in FL. Legislators need to see public interest to get behind legislative action.
If you want the choice of Naturopathic Medicine in Florida - Sign the petition.
Also, help us SPREAD THE WORD! Ask your friends and family to spread this petition, like us on Facebook; whatever you can do is greatly appreciated.
You can also help by donating. Donate Today!
Visit www.FNPA.org to learn more about Naturopathic Medicine, or to further support our efforts by becoming a supporting member of the FNPA.
The FNPA thanks you for your help and we look forward to Naturopathic Medicine becoming a vibrant part of Florida’s healthcare system.
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