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HPV: Why Should I Seek Treatment From A Naturopathic Doctor? - Dr. Grobe

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Dr. Grobe explains why you should seek treatment for HPV (human papillomavirus) from a naturopathic doctor.

Dr. Grobe:
As a naturopath we do choose to treat abnormal PAPs differently than the conventional treatment for abnormal PAPs.

We take a little bit more of a proactive approach and help the patient facilitate their own healing process and we do that through boosting the immune system to help clear any HPV virus that might be there, as well as using herbal suppositories to treat the cervix directly and health the tissue.

If a PAP continues to be abnormal then there is a little bit more of an aggressive treatment that we can take called an ascarotic treatment that again, only focuses on abnormally changing cells.

You reduce your likelihood of creating scar tissue on the cervix like you would with a leap or cryosurgery or a cone biopsy.

Those are all in-office procedures, very good success rate with treating persistent low-grade PAPs to even persistent high-grade PAPs.

About Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D.:
Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D., is a licensed Naturopathic Physician. Her practice is directed towards women's health issues among adults and adolescents, with a focus on personalizing treatments to stimulate the body's healing potential. She blends botanical medicine, homeopathy, medical nutrition, and acupuncture with lifestyle counseling to provide the optimal level of care for her patients.

Dr. Quance Grobe received her doctorate degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, in 2004, and has continued to educate and practice within the local community. She is accomplished at treating Stress conditions, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, Depression, Diabetes, PMS, Menopause, Hormone Balancing, and Osteoporosis.

Visit Dr. Grobe at The Center For True Harmony

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