New Naturopathic Medicine Office in Buffalo Grove




Leslie Cisar

Returning home after practicing for several years in Arizona, Naturopathic Doctor Leslie Cisar has moved her practice, Vital Naturopathic, to 1217 McHenry Road, Suite 232, in Buffalo Grove, with convenient evening and weekend office hours.

        Cisar graduated in 2010 from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. She is a member of the Illinois Association of Naturopathic Physicians and membership director of the nonprofit Naturopathic Medicine Institute, which educates public education initiatives. 

        “Naturopathic medicine is a distinct healing art that uses safe, effective and natural therapies that stimulate the natural ability of the body to heal itself. I work with people that are looking for a doctor who listens, digs into their case and knows how to get them better without prescription meds,” says Cisar.

        “People want to know the root cause of their symptoms, and not just be palliated with a drug. I specialize in natural therapies such as botanicals, homeopathy, detoxification, diet, nutrition and lifestyle changes to restore health safely, effectively and quickly,” she notes.

To schedule a free consultation, call 224-727-8340. For more information, visit VitalNaturopathic.com.

 

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