For information about Dr. Camp's Naturopathic practice and general information on Naturopathy, please browse the resources below.

Current Patients

current patients

Exisitng patients may schedule an appointment, and there are helpful resources for both patients and the general public.

New Patients

patients new

Dr. Camp is not taking new patients. You may use the resources below to find a Naturopathic Doctor near you.

Find an ND (AANP)


Full Script Medicinary

virtual dispensary.A source for most of the products I recommend. You can open your own account and browse or watch for emails from me with suggested products at different times during the year. Free shipping on orders $50+.

For most products you can use either of these sources, but they do not carry all items.


NP Script Medicinary

This medicinary is for the use of Dr. Camp's current patients. To login and order through the medicinary, you must enter an access code. To get your code, please email us or use our contact form to request yours. If you are a new customer to Natural Partners, you will need to register your account before ordering.


Naturopathic Medicine

nat_med Naturopathic Medicine is a  healthcare system that treats people holistically and provides preventative treatment with natural therapies. It addresses the source of illness and promotes the body’s own natural healing abilities. It is based on six guiding principles.



Naturopathic Doctors

nat docNaturopathic Doctors attend nationally accredited four-year naturopathic medical school. Enrollment in naturopathic medical school requires a bachelor's degree and completion of medical school prerequisite classes, similar to conventional allopathic and osteopathic medical schools.


Why I am a Naturopathic Doctor! Enjoy this preview.

A visit to the doctor can be traumatic enough. Now we learn about the “influencers” – the people you never see, but whose job it is to turn you into a compliant, pill popping, revenue generation unit. And at all costs. Doctored reveals the unseen tactics of these “influencers” in an investigation that leads to the highest levels of the American Medical Association (AMA) and reveals an alarming portrait of deception and criminality. Along the way we wonder: Is much of what we “know” about modern medicine just slick marketing from companies that profit when we’re in pain (or by putting us in pain)? Why aren’t we being told about the successes of natural therapies? Why do so many people think chiropractors are “quacks,” nutritional supplements a waste of money, and acupuncture a fringe therapy?