This page covers the state of licensure and scope of practice for naturopathic physicians in Connecticut. If our FAQs do not answer your question, please email us directly, or post your question in our private Facebook group!
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How do I become a licensed naturopathic doctor in Connecticut?
Are NDs allowed to practice telemedicine in CT?
- In short, ND scope includes manual therapies (physical medicine), natural oral agents such as vitamins, supplements, herbs, and homeopathy, nutrition and diatetics, and naturopathic counseling. NDs are also able to order diagnostic tests and perform venipuncture for lab testing purposes. For detailed information, see Chapter 373 of the General Statutes of Connecticut.
Can NDs prescribe pharmacologic agents?
Can NDs provide vaccine waivers?