55 Vilcom Center, Suite 110, Chapel Hill, NC 27514


Naturopathic medicine blends centuries-old-natural, non toxic
therapies with current advances in the study of health and human
systems, covering all aspects of family health from prenatal to
geriatric care.

A Naturopathic Physician (ND) is a primary care general practitioner
trained as an expert in natural medicine. Naturopathic medicine
concentrates on whole-patient wellness. The medicine attempts to
find the underlying cause of the patient’s condition rather than
focusing solely on symptomatic treatment. For example, congestion
might be caused by a food allergy or an environmental factor-a
naturopathic physician would focus diagnosis and treatment on these
casual factors. Naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other
practitioners for diagnosis or treatment when appropriate.

Susan DeLaney, N.D. will be seeing patients at the Integrative Health Center of Chapel Hill beginning in November.

Susan DeLaney, N.D. graduated from the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill as a registered nurse and practiced, for 8 years, in various
clinical settings. She then entered the National College of Naturopathic
Medicine in Portland Oregon, one of the three accredited schools of
Naturopathic Medicine in the United States. Dr. DeLaney received her
medical degree from the four-year program. She then completed her
residency training with a Homeopathic physician in India where homeopathy
is a standard medical practice, as it is today in England and Germany.

Returning to her native North Carolina, Susan DeLaney set up medical
practice in Carrboro where she has been treating patients since 1987.
DeLaney uses centuries-old natural, non-toxic therapies informed by the
most current advances in the study of health and human systems.


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