Below is a list of alternative services that we offer here at our clinic. All of our physicians provide general medical care including physicals, routine laboratory work, diagnostic work -up and gerneral family medicine. Please let our receptionists or your practitioner know if you would like to schedule a treatment session or if you would like more information on a specific treatment or program.

Acupuncture
Acupuncture is a 3000 year-old method of enhancing health. It works to balance the body’s flow of energy, to relieve pain and blockages, and eliminate disease. It is especially useful for chronic and acute pain, digestive problems, stress induced illness, gynecological conditions including PMS, menopause, cramping and infertility; chronic and recurrent illness; allergies, heart disease, and addiction. Read More

Botanical Medicine
Botanical medicine is the use of plants as medicine, often in a liquid form such as a tea or tincture (alcohol based) or in a pill form. Plants are different from their pharmaceutical counterparts in that they are often more gentle than drugs and they contain nutrients in addition to their “active” ingredients.

Chelation
This is an Intravenous or oral therapy using the synthetic amino acid EDTA or sulfur derived compounds of DMPS or DMSO to detoxify the body. This is accomplished by bonding with toxic metals in the body and carrying them away in the urine or feces. These chelators have the ability to bond or “claw” onto atoms of mercury, lead, cadmium, calcium, and many other heavy and trace minerals during this process.

Colonics
Colonics are a safe, effective method of removing waste and eliminating toxic bile from the large intestine. Colonics are used as part of our comprehensive cleansing program and for patients undergoing general cleansing. Our method employs a closed system that utilizes ultra-filtered temperature-controlled water.

Flower Essences
Flowers and plants have innate healing capabilities when prepared as a homeopathic compound. They are used as needed within the framework of a larger treatment plan.

Homeopathy
Homeopathy is a very gentle and yet powerful form of medicine that can address physical, emotional and spiritual well being. It uses minute amounts of substances to treat symptoms based on the principle of “like cures like”.

Hydrotherapy
Hydrotherapy is the use of water as a therapeutic tool. Here at THHC, we offer constitutional hydrotherapy treatments, which consist of a series of alternating hot and cold towels, coupled with sine wave. It is used to stimulate the lymphatic system, increase digestive powers, enhance detoxification and support the immune system

Intravenous Therapy
IV therapy is a way to introduce nutrients and therapeutic agents directly into the bloodstream. It can be used to correct deficiencies, enhance immune function, increase energy and assist in maintaining health. Vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other natural agents can be administered in a pleasant relaxing atmosphere while a person reads, listens to music, or chats with other patients. IV therapy is often used to support a person with chronic or severe illness, who is undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatments. It is also used as a part of our cleansing programs, to optimize nutrients essential for detoxification.

Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic physicians are trained as general family doctors and are licensed as primary care physicians in Oregon. Naturopathic medicine is individualized, holistic medicine aimed at finding and removing the causes of disease and working with the inherent healing powers of the body and nature to recover from illness and imbalance.

Nutrition
Naturopathic physicians are trained in medical nutrition. Part of a treatment plan will often involve individualized dietary analysis and/or the use of high quality, specific nutrients to address a patient’s specific medical needs. Some of these nutrients may be taken orally, some of them may be best taken intravenously or intramuscularly.

Sauna
Sauna is an important part of detoxification because it causes a person to perspire. Certain toxins, such as solvents are stored in the body’s fat and so by inducing a sweat, one can excrete these accumulated toxins out of his/her body.