Alternative Healing Network

3239 Adams Avenue
San Diego, CA 92116
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619-546-4806 – Office
619-546-5326 – Fax
info@althealnet.org

Dr. Shannyn Fowl, N.D.

Shannyn Fowl, N.D.

Shannyn Fowl, N.D.

Shannyn Fowl, N.D.

Dr. Shannyn Fowl joins our clinic with a background in immunology research and 18 years of patient care experience.
She received her Bachelor’s with magna cum laude from Western Michigan University and her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine with Research Honors from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine.   She is a published author and adjunct faculty for San Diego Community College for the naturopathic education series for nurses and general public, (See class listings below.)
Dr. Shannyn believes each individual has a unique story that contributes to their health and we do not have to be victims of disease.  The many powerful tools of nature can be used to find healthy solutions.  Dr. Shannyn will work hard to help you find your answers.
Do you have questions about Naturopathic Medicine and how Naturopathic Physicians work?  Dr. Shannyn Fowl, will be happy to meet with any New Naturopathic Patients who have questions about Naturopathic Medicine for a 10 minute consultation.  You will be able to ask general questions about the types of approaches Dr. Shannyn may use for general health issues.  This will help you determine if Naturopathic Medicine is an approach to your health and wellness you would like to pursue.

This is not a medical consultation and no recommendations will be given.
Call 619-546-4806 to schedule your consultation today!

SD Community College District Classes:

For more information or to register for these classes, please visit: http://schedule.sdccd.edu
Homeopathy and Hydrotherapy for Family Use

Description:

In this class, students will learn about homeopathy and water therapy and how to apply it for use in their family.  Homeopathy teaching will include philosophy, specific remedies and common ailments.  Constitutional homeopathy is beyond the range of this class.  The history of hydrotherapy, basic physiology and the many ways it can be applied.  General philosophy and the basic modalities used in naturopathic medicine will also be touched on.  Classes will include lectures, handouts, discussion, informal quizzes and hands-on application of natural medicine techniques.  Students will have the opportunity to experiment on themselves and learn from the collective experience of the class.  Scholarly articles may be provided during the class to provide scientific evidence related to class discussion.  The class focus will be on the balance of health not individual diseases, diagnoses or treatment protocols.  For the purpose of this class, we will talk in generalities and not specifics.  Due to liability, test tasting will not be allowed and medical advice for any particular person will not be given.

Fee: $75

Dates: 2/2/13-3/9/13 (no class 2/16)        Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm

 

Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine

Description:

In this class, students will learn about philosophy and the basic modalities used in naturopathic medicine.  Classes will include lectures, handouts, discussion, informal quizzes and hands-on application of natural medicine techniques.  Students will have the opportunity to experiment on themselves and learn from the collective experience of the class.  Scholarly articles may be provided during the class to provide scientific evidence related to class discussion the class focus will be on the balance of health not individual diseases, diagnoses or treatment protocols.  For the purpose of this class, we will talk in generalities and not specifics.  Due to liability, test tasting will not be allowed and medical advice for any particular person will not be given.

Fee: $90

Dates: 4/1/13-5/6/13      Mondays 6:00pm-9:00pm