Alternative Medicine Experts

Burton Goldberg is the voice of alternative medicine and has traveled the world in search of the top therapies and treatments available from the fields of natural healthcare and alternative, integrative, and conventional medicine. He is available for healthcare consultations by telephone (see form below) to help you and your family choose the top healthcare treatments available for cancer (all types of cancer, including end-stage cancer), heart disease, diabetes, depression, addiction, allergies, arthritis, autism and many other healthcare concerns.

alternative medicine experts

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  • Lynda Eccott, University of British Columbia
  • Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD is an Associate professor and the Associate Dean for Graduate Education at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. She originally trained as a pharmacist and completed her PhD in medical sociology. She has been using, and teaching, qualitative research methods for almost 20 years. Her work generally follows the ethnographic tradition; however, she has explored other methods such as grounded theory, phenomenology, case studies and discourse analysis for specific research projects. Her current research interests are related to the safety culture of complementary and alternative medicine practices, the professionalization of complementary and alternative medicine practitioner groups as well as complementary and alternative medicine regulation and policy issues. She is the author of a textbook on natural health products and over 120 academic publications.
  • Sunita Vohra, University of Alberta. I am a clinician scientist with a strong interest in patient safety and evidence-based approaches to therapeutics in children. Our research program evaluates the safety and effectiveness of complementary and alternative medicine, and initiates methodological research to help answer clinically relevant questions.
  • Dr. Adimando is a Board-Certified Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with over 8 years of clinical experience since obtaining a Master of Science in Nursing from Yale University. Through her experience in treating children and families with mental health and behavioral disorders, she quickly began to see first-hand the strong connection between nutrition and mental and physical well-being, prompting her to pursue a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the UB Human Nutrition Institute. Since then, she has been practicing integrative and holistic psychiatry, mind-body medicine, and functional nutrition in myriad clinical settings and her private practice. She recently returned to UB as an Adjunct Professor of Nutrition, where she is able to share this experience and passion with our MS in Human Nutrition students. Andrea is also a Certified YogaKids Teacher (CYKT), using Yoga therapeutically for children and adolescents with attention deficits, trauma, and autistic spectrum, mood, and anxiety disorders.
  • Doris Dyson, University of Guelph
  • Edward L. Schneider, University of Southern California
  • Mary Ruggie, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, teaches courses on comparative health policy, focusing on Western Europe; inequalities in health care; and gender and health. Her publications include The State and Working Women: A Comparison of Britain and Sweden; Realignments in the Welfare State: Health Policy in the U.S., Britain and Canada; and Marginal to Mainstream: Alternative Medicine in America; as well as numerous articles related to these subjects. Ruggie has a PhD in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley. She has taught at Barnard College, the University of California, San Diego, and Columbia University, where she chaired the Sociology Department.
  • Leora Swartzman, Western University. She researches the impact of beliefs and expectations on how we experience and respond to physical symptoms and illness.