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Who are the Missoula naturopaths? What are their specialties? Which ones are the best?
 
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Depending on the issues, I have had better luck with herbalists and homeopaths, rather than NDs. There are a few herbalists around, checking with Meadowsweet on 3rd Street near Higgins first. There are a few homeopaths too, one is http://freedomhomeopathy.com
 
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I agree that Meadowsweet is awesome.

We just received a recommendation for Dr.'s White and Axelrod at Black Bear Naturopathic Clinic.



Anybody have further comments or info?
 
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One of my best friends went to The Golgi Clinic last year and absolutely loved them. When I asked her what their name was she said they were awesome and she was bummed she found them right before she moved. She said it is a married couple who runs it and they were lovely.
 
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Cassie Langstraat wrote:One of my best friends went to The Golgi Clinic last year and absolutely loved them. When I asked her what their name was she said they were awesome and she was bummed she found them right before she moved. She said it is a married couple who runs it and they were lovely.



Oh, they do Skype or phone appointments, too - sweet!
 
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The Red Willow Center is a coop of naturopaths, herbalist, and other alternative health professionals. You can also pop into Meadowsweet Herbs. Everyone on staff there is a trained herbalist!
 
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