Naturopathic Family Practice

“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food”

Naturopathic physicians are trained as general practitioners. They combine modern diagnostic medical training with knowledge of nutrition, herbal medicine, counseling, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and other natural healing therapies.

Naturopathic MedicineThe principles of naturopathic medicine include:

  • The healing power of nature
  • Identify and treat the cause
  • First, do no harm
  • Doctor as teacher
  • Treat the whole person: mind, body, and spirit
  • Preventative medicine
  • Wellness

Education and Professional Credentialing

Dr. Artemis Morris completed her Naturopathic Doctorate at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington, known as “the Harvard of natural medicine”. Dr. Artemis Morris is licensed and board certified in Naturopathic Medicine. She also has a Masters in Acupuncture from Bastyr University, is a licensed Acupuncturist, and holds a Diploma from the NCCAOM.


Dr. Artemis is devoted to research in natural medicine with a concentration in traditional medicinal and functional food. She is conducting ongoing research on the Mediterranean Diet of Crete and medicinal plants and foods of Crete which she began for her doctoral studies at the University of Lancaster, UK. She is working on a book based on the Mediterranean Diet and is planning a clinical study on a Mediterranean Diet for Diabetes. She has lectured on the Mediterranean Diet for Yale University and the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and enjoys presenting on various health topics.

Experienced Clinician and Teacher

Dr. Artemis is the director and founder of Revive Wellness Center, a multidisciplinary collaborative medical practice, and has served as the director of the holistic wellness center at Masonic Healthcare Center, the largest non-profit geriatric center in CT. She taught Traditional Chinese Medicine for a Masters Program at Stamford Hospital and at the Open Center in NY and is teaching advanced nutrition at the University of Bridgeport’s Naturopathic Medical School. She is dedicated to educating her patients, colleagues, and the general public about natural medicine and creating collaboration in the medical community for optimal healthcare.

Her specialties include women’s health care (PCOS, Endometriosis, Dysmenorrhea, etc.), fertility, Diabetes, nutrition, autoimmune disorders, and stress management. She is a charter member of the fertile soul work by Randine Lewis, phD, L.Ac. She supports her patients in their healing process by utilizing a combination of advanced conventional medical diagnostic assessment and testing, sophisticated naturopathic clinical tools, and time-tested traditional natural therapies, such as, herbal medicine and Acupuncture. She believes that everyone can achieve health and wellness.


Naturopathic medicine prevailed in all cultures before pharmaceutical medications and was practiced as “regular” medicine before the establishment of the American Medical Association in the early 1900s. Naturopathic Medicine has evolved into holistic primary care medicine as is taught by accredited naturopathic medical schools.

Naturopathic medical therapies include nutritional counseling, herbal medicine, expert advice on nutritional supplements, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and counseling. In some states of the US, Naturopathic doctors (NDs) can prescribe pharmaceutical drugs as is consistent with their training in general primary care medicine and do so judiciously. In states where NDs do not have prescriptive rights, they collaborate with their conventional medical colleagues and use natural therapies with highly effective results. When nutritional supplements and herbs are recommended and supplied by a licensed Naturopathic Physician, there is no risk of harmful side-effects and you are getting an individualized treatment plan specific for your needs and biochemistry. Naturopathic medical advice can help you wean off some medications, reduce your dependence on others, and never need to take many more. Naturopathic medicine also helps to reduce the side-effects of many pharmaceutical drugs when they are necessary.

Naturopathic medicine also provides help for people who do not feel well and are told “there is nothing wrong with you” in conventional medicine because it can address medical problems before they become a pathology that can be seen on conventional diagnostic methods, such as, lab results. Naturopathic medicine is the best form of preventative medicine and allows you to treat your body with the respect and support it needs to be healthy.

Make an appointment at Artemis Wellness Center

Artemis Wellness Center
87 Cherry Street
Milford, CT 06460
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Revive Wellness Center
867 Whalley Avenue
New Haven, CT 06515
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