We are all on a health journey. While there are moments when we may know the exact steps to take to improve our overall health, much of the time, that journey is an ongoing process of learning and action. Often, the most relevant question is: What next?
Whether Biological Medicine offers you a new approach to health and wellness or is ‘old hat’, there is always something to be learned. Join us for a conversation designed to add new material to the ongoing conversation around health.
Dr. Dickson Thom is our guest speaker for the next virtual BioBites educational hour. Join us as we discuss:
- The nature and core principles of Biological Medicine
- How to find practitioners who can support you on the path to better health
- Recommended assessments and therapies
Register today to access this free event at bit.ly/march2biobite
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About Dr. Dickson Thom
Dr. Thom has been teaching doctors, students and the lay public in proven medical principles and business skills for over 35 years. His first post-doctoral degree was obtained from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in 1974. He then received his first Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine in Canada in 1986. In 1989, he completed a second degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He was the past Dean of Naturopathic Medicine at NCNM and was a full-time professor teaching clinical and physical diagnosis, gastroenterology, X-ray practicum, neurology, and business entrepreneurship for 23 years.
He has lectured extensively throughout North America and has written and collaborated on many articles dealing with energy medicines and nutrition.In 2009, he received a very prestigious honor: “The Vis Award” from the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians for his commitment to the Healing Power of Nature as demonstrated through his work, life, and community service. In addition to being a full-time professor, he had a private practice in Portland, Oregon for 23 years with a primary focus on the management of chronic disease, including autoimmune disease, neurological conditions, gastrointestinal problems, and endocrine disorders. The therapies he utilizes focus on optimal lifestyle choices for each specific condition, including dietary, sleep, and exercise recommendations, supplementation and herbal medicine, a European form of homeopathy called “biotherapeutic drainage”, and hydrotherapy.
For the last 8 years he has focused on building The American Center for Biological Medicine, a state-of-the-art clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. ACBM provides exceptional care to all patients of all ages. Health is a reflection of physical, emotional, spiritual, and energetic balance, and Dr. Thom remains committed to helping people overcome obstacles to achieving this essential equilibrium with the most talented people in medicine. He also sees patients at ACBM’s East Coast sister clinic, The BioMed Center New England.
About The BioMed Center New England
At The BioMed Center New England, medicine and dentistry are brought together in a comprehensive whole-body approach that offers new insight and pathways towards better overall health for you and your family. Examinations, assessments and treatments combined with advanced technologies incorporate modern medical and dental approaches that are safe, effective and sustainable. All of our efforts are focused on helping you achieve your optimal health goals. Learn more at https://thebiomedcenterne.com/