Kurt Beil to Co-Lead Discussion on Naturopathy, Herbs and Homeopathy in Mount Kisco
Feb 27, 2020 10:48AM
● By Marilee Burrell
Dr. Kurt Beil
Westchester naturopath and acupuncturist Dr. Kurt Beil will be a featured guest at the panel discussion “Naturopathy, Herbs and Homeopathy: How Do I Choose?” on March 11, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Northern Westchester Hospital, in Mount Kisco, NY. Other panelists are clinical herbalist Bonnie Rogers and certified classical homeopath Tara Framer.
In practice since 2006, Beil takes a holistic approach to health, informed by the philosophical principles of naturopathic and Chinese medicine. According to Beil, the most important principle of holistic health is balance—both internal (balanced levels of the various blood markers, hormones and neurotransmitters within the body) and external (family, career, relationships, personal time, life stressors and environment). He says his primary focus is to help patients achieve that balance, inside and out.
The panel discussion is sponsored by the Katonah Study Group for Integrative Medicine (KSG), established in 1999 by Dr. Mark Banschick, a child/adolescent psychiatrist, and Saundra C. Blum, an Ericksonian hypnotherapist and past-life regression specialist. The group brings together conventional health professionals and holistic medicine practitioners for the purpose of exploring the well-being of patients through a combination of conventional and complementary medicine. The group currently has more than 150 registered members.
Cost: $20 for nonmembers. Advance reservations required. Location: Northern Westchester Hospital, Conference Rooms C and D, 400 E. Main St., Mt. Kisco, NY. Info: KatonahStudyGroup.org, Dr KURT BEIL.