About Tulsa Natural Health

Tulsa Natural Health Clinic

TULSA NATURAL HEALTH CLINIC specializing in complementary medicine. Complementary medicine is used to describe therapeutic techniques that are not part of conventional medicine (also called “regular,” “standard,” or “mainstream” medicine). Complementary therapies are used as a “complement” or in addition to conventional medicine.

Complementary medicine includes techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, massage, support groups, and homeopathy. Sometimes called holistic medicine it typically addresses how disease affects the whole person, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially.

We believe our clinic has the answer for many of today’s complicated health problems. As 21st century health care moves from a disease based approach to a more patient-centric system that can address biochemical individuality to improve health and function, clinical decision making becomes more complex. Tulsa Natural Health Clinic Our bodies are overwhelmed with toxic chemicals and heavy metals which contribute significantly to many of our chronic health problems. We believe that a balance of the body, mind and spirit must be achieved if you are to enjoy lifelong health and wellness. Our programs integrate the physical, mental and spiritual components based upon Christian and Scientific principles to help people of all ages reach their health and fitness goals.

Like the mass of an iceberg, most causes of disease lie beneath the surface. Our clinic does not simply focus on alleviating symptoms, but searches for root causes. Our unique philosophy holds that the body has the innate ability to repair itself in most cases if provided the proper nutrients and environment. Our goal is to help you and your families achieve and maintain optimal health through natural health care, appropriate detoxification, a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Biological Medicine-A Whole Different Way of Looking at Healing

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In this country biological medicine is also called Naturopathic Medicine but it came from Germany and is called German Biological Medicine in that country. We call our medicine biological because it uses the methods of life itself – it is "bio-logical." In the condition we call health, the body is in a constant conversation with the world around it, taking in nutrition, responding to threats of infection, growing and repairing and detoxifying, all happening moment by moment, in a rich symphony of life.

We are all created in the image of God…..triune beings consisting of Body-Mind & Spirit. Practitioners of Biological medicine or Naturopathic Medicine don’t focus primarily on the effects (symptoms) but on the cause.

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Paul Harris ND, PSc.D: Offers 42 years of diverse professional experience in the field of integrative medicine. Dr. Harris is licensed as a Doctor of Pastoral Science and Medicine by the PMA based on his extensive education, background and experience in scripturally valid natural medicine, and his longstanding faith based approach to health counseling. Dr Harris also holds a Doctor of Naturopathy degree, certifications as a QRA practitioner, Natural Health Care Practitioner, and is a certified personal trainer.

Dr. Harris has lectured to physicians in the U.S., Europe, South America, and Australia on how to integrate natural medicine into a traditional medical practice. He has provided technical training in micro-current therapy and "Bionetics Testing" to health practitioners in the United States and Europe. Dr. Harris introduced micro-current therapy to the Olympic physicians at the Olympic training center in Athens Greece. He is currently in private practice in Tulsa, OK.

Learning the best way to navigate the complexities of medicine and find solutions for patient’s troubles is a never-ending pursuit of mine. I am proud to announce that I have just successfully completed a training program that has challenged me to better understand the tools available to address health through the evaluation of nervous system function.

After completing this program from NeuroScience, Inc., I have been awarded NEI Certification (Neuro-Endo-Immune). This means that I have successfully mastered the tools and approaches to comprehensively and effectively treat many of the most common, yet complex health concerns through innovative nervous system assessment and unique treatments. This has already started benefiting some of my patients, by providing new and very efficient approaches to health concerns - saving my patients both time and money.

What Is The PMA? The PMA, the international regulatory board for the practice of pastoral medicine, is a landmark organization which establishes standards, certifies and licenses practitioners in natural medical arts, and brings the general public together in membership practitioners from all areas of health care to share in safe, natural medicine. The PMA brings many new benefits to patients, practitioners and potential students interested in pursuing this exciting new faith centered career.

Connie M-Harris: Connie is CEO of Tulsa Natural Health Clinic. She is a certified QRA Practitioner, cold laser technician, and has specialized training in micro-current therapy. Connie has 8 years experience in the natural health industry.

Connie also offers 20 years of business ownership in the oil spill specialty and safety product industry. She is currently CEO of Eco-Industrial Sales, a specialty spill control solution company. Past experience includes working in sales for Fortune 500 Companies, with a total of 40 years in sales experience. Connie is active in the Community Spirit Christian Business Women Association, Tulsa Women’s Connection #1, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, and BBB. She promotes education of health to groups that are interested.

Connie has been credentialed by the PMA as a Commissioned Pastoral Therapist (CPT). The CPT is an entry level practitioner that serves his or her community through counseling on the importance of seeking assistance and instruction on bible based nutrition, mental and spiritual health. The CPT may instruct and guide individuals and groups in natural nutrition and physical health improvement programs, including study groups to learn bible based instruction for physical, mental and spiritual health. The CPT may also serve as an assistant in a professional Pastoral Medicine setting; much like the licensed vocational nurse serves to assist an RN, or the doctor. The basic CPT is a teacher, a guide, a “recruiter” to point the ill and distressed to Pastoral Medicine.

Hannah Hudson: Hannah Hudson, ND is the intern at Tulsa Natural Health Clinic. She received her Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Trinity School of Natural Health. She has been interested in natural health from a young age. Prior to joining the TNHC team, she worked for 5 years in the natural body care and supplement industry. She resides with her husband Ian in Tulsa.


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