In the News in Canonsburg
June 24, 2017 Dr. Paul Mittman ND, president of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine presented Dr. Heidi Weinhold ND with an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters. She received this great honor in recognition of her work to advance legislation to license Naturopathic Doctors in Pennsylvania.
Monday, December 2nd, 2019
Heidi Weinhold ND will be speaking on World AIDS Day about "Natural Therapies to Enhance ART" (Antiretroviral therapy) at Allegheny General Hospital. This continuing education event is intended for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other healthcare providers. Please see the link below to register.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
Heidi Weinhold ND is scheduled to present to the Duquesne Nursing students about "Incorporating Homeopathic Remedies into Nursing".
Enjoyed spending time with Bethel Park Police Chief Tim O'Connor. He invited me to address his colleagues this afternoon about non-narcotic options for pain relief during the Allegheny County Police Chief meeting. Everyone looked so handsome in their different uniforms. It was really an honor to be there. #naturopathic #homeopathic
Dr. Heidi Weinhold recently had the opportunity to present her poster “Incorporating Homeopathic Arnica in Peri-Surgical Protocols to Reduce the Need for Narcotic Medication” to the Southwestern Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Leaders (SWPONL) Conference at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Veterans Administration to Cover Services of Licensed Naturopathic Doctors
Thursday, August 8th from 4-5 pm at Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA
Friday, August 23rd @ noon at Mercy Hospital Auditorium
Avoiding "Burnout": Natural Modalities for Self-Care
Dr. Weinhold will discuss the use of homeopathy and natural modalities to deal with stress and anxiety in the workplace to the Mercy Hospital Nurse Alumni Association. (Example: homeopathic gelsemium was found in first aide kits during the Civil War, for "courage in battle".). She will also recommend products that she uses in her practice for sleeplessness, bruising, and back pain. Her talk will be customized for health care professionals that are dealing with physical and mental "burn out" due to the very real challenges of their profession. Attendees must RSVP in advance.
Monday, May 6th @ 11:00am & Thursday, May 9th @ 11:00am
Avoiding "Burnout": Natural Modalities for Self-Care
Dr. Weinhold will discuss the use of homeopathy to deal with stress and anxiety at UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. (Example: homeopathic gelsemium was found in first aide kits during the Civil War, for "courage in battle".). She will also recommend products that she uses in her practice for sleeplessness, bruising, and back pain. Her talk will be customized for health care professionals that are dealing with physical and mental "burn out" due to the very real challenges of their profession.
Wednesday, April 3rd from 10:00am - 11:15am
Heidi Weinhold ND is scheduled to speak to the first year Pitt Medical students about a "Naturopathic Approach to Pain Management".
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 6:30PM at Vallozi's Restaurant
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to discuss "Homeopathy Pearls for Physician Assistant Clinical Practice" for the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Physician Assistant Association. Topics to be discussed: Pre & Post Surgery Protocols, Homeopathic Remedies for Everyday Aches & Pains, and Stress & Anxiety. This event is by reservation only and seating is limited. Location: Vallozi's Restaurant, 220 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA.
Friday, February 22nd | Wednesday, February 27th | Monday, March 11th
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to present to the Duquesne Nursing students about "Incorporating Homeopathic Remedies into Nursing" on the following dates: Friday, February 22nd, Wednesday, February 27th, and Monday, March 11th.
Friday, February 22, 2019 8:00am - 9:30am Rivers Club Women's Leadership Forum
Dr. Weinhold is a featured guest speaker for the Women's Leadership Forum and is scheduled to present during the Breakfast Meeting on "Naturopathic Approach to Treating Burnout Syndrome in the Workplace" at the Rivers Club in Oxford Center. This event is by reservation only and seating is limited. For inquiries, please contact: Camisha.Wingate@clubcorp.com
Monday, February 4, 2019 St. Margaret's School of Nursing. 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Dr. Weinhold is presenting to the nursing students during a Lunch & Learn "Incorporating Homeopathic Remedies into Nursing"
Are you feeling stressed? Dr. Heidi Weinhold ND will be attending a very prestigious conference in Nice, France which will focus on cutting edge natural therapies to deal with psychological burnout. If you are one of millions of people dealing with burnout in the workplace or in your personal life she encourages you to call the office at 724-941-7701 to schedule an appointment.
Wednesday, October 8, 2018 at Duquesne School of Nursing
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to speak with Duquesne Nursing students about “Incorporating Homeopathic Remedies in Nursing”.
Thursday, October 4th from 6:30-9:00PM at the restaurant Eleven
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to speak to other medical professionals about "Integrative Therapies for the Treatment of Lupus". This event is by reservation only and limited to 25 attendees.
Monday, October 1st from 7:30PM-8:30PM, West Virginia University
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to speak to the WVU Pre-Medical Club about a "Naturopathic Approach to Pain Management"
September 24th, 2018
"Pumpkin vines encircle my firepit. Immersing myself in the process, hands in the dirt, weeding, watering, nurturing, part of the circle, from flower to fruit, is an excellent way to decompress."
This quote from Dr. Weinhold recently appeared in the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) newsletter. There are 7 accredited schools in 8 locations across the U.S. & Canada https://aanmc.org/news/how-nature-can-impact-your-health-a-naturopathic-perspective/
January 18th & 19th, 2019 at the 7th International Center for Education and Development of Homeopathy (CEDH) Conference.
Dr. Heidi Weinhold will be attending the 7th International Center for Education and Development of Homeopathy (CEDH) Conference in Nice, France on January 18-19, 2019. The theme of the conference is: Psychological Health at Work, Behavioral Disorders, and Treating Burnout Syndrome to Help reduce the use of prescription drugs. The knowledge that she will take away from this prestigious conference, will help to aid workplace burnout. www.cedhusa.org/feature/international-conference.
August 30th & 31st at Nemacolin Woodlands.
Dr. Weinhold was selected to give her poster presentation, "Incorporating Homeopathic Arnica in Peri-surgical Protocols to Reduce the Need for Narcotic Medication", at the 2018 Annual SWPONL Nursing Leadership Conference.
Wednesday, May 16th from 6:00pm-8:00 PM at Health South Harmarville Rehab Hopsital.
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to present the Association of Rehab Nurses. The topic is "Natural Therapies to Help Improve Cognitive Function Following a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Stroke."
Thursday, April 26th from 6:30-8:30 PM at Nola on the Square.
Dr. Weinhold is scheduled to speak to the Pittsburgh Chapter of Physician Assistants on "A Naturopathic Approach to Pain Management".
- "Naturopathic Doctors Are on the Front Lines of the Battle Against Opioid Addiction" by Amy Rothenberg Pittsburgh Post-Gazette April 2018
"State Now Requires Naturopathic Doctors to be Licensed" by David Templeton Pittsburgh Post-Gazette November 2016
"New PA Law would have naturopaths be registered" by Wes Venteicher, November 7, 2016
Dr. Heidi Weinhold -SCNM December 7, 2016 Success Stories
Pennsylvania Governor Signs Naturopathic Medicine Bill AANMC Press Release
Stress is NOT a Natural Part of School. Manage Stress Naturopathically
Dr. Heidi Weinhold ND/ Is Stress Killing You Slowly? Health Nuts Program hosted by Dr. Chris Carr
SCNM alumna Dr. Heidi Weinhold discusses regulation
Student Rainforest Expedition to Costa Rica
(August 24 - September 2, 2007)
Dr. Heidi Weinhold lectured to Naturopathic medical students and authored a pamphlet called, "Naturopathic Support During Conventional Cancer Therapy." August 2007