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American Naturopathic Medical Association

Code of Ethics

I will

 

  • First do no harm. Primum no nocere;

  • Practice the healing power of nature. vis medicatrix naturae;

  • Identify and treat the cause. tolle causam;

  • Treat the whole person. The multi factorial nature of health and disease;

  • Practice prevention. Prevention is the best "cure";

  • Not discriminate against clients or professionals based on race, religion, age, sex, handicaps, national ancestry, sexual orientation or economic conditions;

  • Promise to abide by all state and local laws;

  • Promise not to exceed my scope of practice, either in abilities or by law;

  • Strive to be objective in the treatments of clients and performance of duties, recognizing the rights of all persons, and my limitations;

  • Distinguish clearly, in public between my statements and actions as an individual and as a representative of Naturopathy;

  • Encourage policy, procedures and personal practices which will enable others to conduct themselves in accordance with the values, goals and objectives of the American Naturopathic Medical Association;

  • Constantly strive to achieve these objectives and ideals, dedicating myself to my chosen profession;