Naturopathic Physicians in the U.S.A.

Have you encountered unreasonable restrictions in your clinical practice?

We would like to invite you to join ANRI / NORI.

We have established our de facto institutional review board IRB in efforts to conform to the requirements for clinical research on human subjects under Title 45 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations. Ultimately, we are pursuing an ongoing quest to expand the knowledge and capabilities of our profession. Our IRB is available to consider and review either your proposal for medical research or your completed research.

Please contact our office for information about upcoming board meetings, to which you are invited to bring your research presentation or proposal : office (at) NaturopathicStandards (dot) org, or call us at 480-839-2800.


Standards of practice for naturopathic medicine have been forged over years and by numerous doctors who have thought carefully about our responsibilities in medicine, and our relationship to the public in general, as well as to the individual patient in front of us.

Here is the first Standards of Practice document, formally adopted by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians in 1995.

There is a contemporary Standards of Practice document, that is pending final approval by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.

ANRI / NORI is honored to uphold the medical freedom and responsibility outlined in these documents.