Collaborative Natural Health Partners | Branded Content | General Wellness | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine

Like many integrative medical practices, Collaborative Natural Health Partners has a diverse team of physicians who provide both natural and conventional healthcare treatments. But like the clinic's name implies, what sets the practice apart is a whole-team approach to wellness.

"Our patients really have all of our brains on a case," says Tonya Pasternak, ND, a naturopathic doctor with Collaborative Natural Health Partners who specializes in women's health and the treatment of Lyme disease. "Our naturopathic and osteopathic providers have regular meetings to discuss treatment and we work closely to conduct functional lab testing that gets to the root cause of symptoms." Dr. Pasternak, who recently moved to Newburgh from Connecticut to open the practice's first New York outpost, is excited to offer licensed naturopathic care to the Hudson Valley through both in-person and telehealth visits.

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Tonya Pasternak, ND, a naturopathic doctor with Collaborative Natural Health Partners

As part of her natural approach to women's health, she offers hormone balancing, nutrition counseling, and non-pharmaceutical and non-hormonal options for the treatment of issues such as PMS, PMDD, PCOS, infertility, and menopause. Having dealt with her own Lyme disease diagnosis, Dr. Pasternak is passionate about helping patients address the gaps in conventional Lyme treatments. "Chronic Lyme can leave patients feeling generally unwell, and naturopathy can provide really helpful complementary care," she says. "We have natural versions of antibiotics and different ways to support inflammation in the body. There's so much we can do for those suffering with Lyme."

For more information, visit Ctnaturalhealth.com or check out the team's podcast, "Your Health Toolkit."

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