Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern) combines advanced medical treatments with evidence-based supportive care, delivering to each patient a comprehensive treatment plan that is customized to meet his or her unique needs. At our cancer center located in Newnan, Georgia, we offer a number of supportive care therapies to help you maintain your physical, emotional and spiritual wellness. Naturopathic medicine is among the supportive therapies Southeastern offers.
Naturopathic medicine uses natural, non-toxic therapies to help manage a variety of conditions, including fatigue, digestive distress and certain respiratory issues. Among the options the naturopathic medicine providers in our Atlanta-area hospital offer are homeopathic remedies and herbal supplements, designed to support the immune system and reduce the risk of additional treatment-related side effects. Naturopathic medicine providers in Newnan help patients combat a variety of conditions, including digestive problems, respiratory conditions and chronic fatigue syndrome. The naturopathic medicine team is in regular communication with the other clinicians on your care team, collaborating on your treatment plan and monitoring your progress.
Naturopathic medicine providers at Southeastern are part of an extended integrated care team, led by a medical oncologist and coordinated by a registered nurse serving as care manager. Depending on your needs and treatment goals, your care team may also include a registered dietitian, a pain management physician and a spiritual support provider, among others. By combining conventional treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy with evidence-based supportive care techniques designed to reduce side effects, CTCA® strives to help you maintain your strength and improve your overall quality of life before, during and after treatment. Together, the naturopathic medicine providers and other care team clinicians work to educate and empower patients to make informed decisions about their care.