Dr. Breton has been a liscensed naturopathic physician for 20 years and a graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He has served as adjunct professor in Nutrition, Medical Oncology and the Philosophy of Healing at the University of Bridgeport.
Dr. Breton specializes in helping you educate yourself back to health. His methods encourage you to first simplify your diet, relearn healthy habits, and begin a new path of health and healing. You will not be prescribed an over abundance of supplements. Rather, you will begin to make simple, smart changes in your diet and lifestyle.
Dr. Breton will also prescribe you a specific medicinal tea or herbal tincture blend based on the diagnosis of his findings specific for you. This will strengthen the weaker or deficient organ/glandular systems which require nourishment and support. In addition, Dr. Breton utilizes homeopathy, Bach Flower, Food Intolerance testing and hydrotherapy as specific protocols, when necessary, for each individual case. You deserve a healthy life without the continued overuse of medicine in general. Our body is designed to heal itself from within.
Make the call today for a free 15 minute consultation with Dr. Breton.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Breton works with the non profit Hartford Performs to bring empowerment to youth as educational artist with a focus on the Healing Power of Music and Drum.
1. You want a doctor who will treat all of you, not just your illness.
Naturopathic doctors (NDs) are trained to treat the whole person. This requires taking the time to listen and understand the genetic, environmental, and behavioral/lifestyle factors that can affect your health. At your initial appointment, you’ll spend up to an hour or more talking with your ND.
2. You want personalized treatment.
NDs understand there is no one-size-fits-all treatment that works for everybody. After your visit with an ND, you’ll leave the doctor’s office with a treatment plan uniquely tailored to you, your health status, your health goals, and your lifestyle.
3. You want to treat the root cause of an illness, not just the symptoms.
Sometimes having trouble sleeping, aches and pains, strange or hard to treat skin rashes, and indigestion or stomach discomfort are symptoms of an underlying illness. While these symptoms can be managed, it’s more important to understand and treat the root cause—which is the focus of naturopathic medicine.
4. You want to actively participate in managing your own health.
An ND will help you learn what your body needs to get well and stay healthy. Patients have the opportunity to feel empowered and hopeful when they understand and are actively engaged in managing their own health.
. You have chronic pain and don’t want to use pharmaceutical drugs such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or highly addictive opioids to manage it forever.
Pain that lasts six months or more is more complex than acute pain and requires a holistic, long-term approach to manage. NDs are trained to work with you to determine which combination of therapies will work best for you to heal or manage your pain safely so that you can resume daily activities.
6. You have tried all conventional medical options for diagnosing and treating a health condition.
Certain chronic health conditions that have symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, or gastrointestinal distress can be difficult to diagnose and treat, and can benefit from a holistic approach. NDs use diagnostic tools common in conventional medicine, such as detailed health, disease, and prescription drug histories, physical exams, and targeted laboratory testing and imaging. NDs also consider detailed diet history, lifestyle habits and choices, exercise history, and social/emotional factors to assess patients’ needs. These approaches can open doors to new treatment pathways and options.
Dr. Breton offers a free 15 minute consultation to determine if Naturopathic Medicine is right for you.