Nurse NaturalPath (NNP) stays within the scope of nursing practices: physical assessment, teaching, supportive care, and referral to qualified practitioners when necessary. NNP will not diagnose or prescribe.
For the purpose of face to face, phone, Skype Consultations or lectures workshops, NNP is within the scope of teaching. Information is obtained from outside sources and transmitted to the client verbally. Handouts with bibliography are supplied via personal meeting, email or snail mail to support teaching and for further reading. The handouts are the Copyright material of Nurse NaturalPath and do not become the property of said client to reproduce. Use of any information given is the sole responsibility of each client. NNP will bear no liability from use or misuse of such knowledge.
For the purposes of phone and Skype Consultations one may not assume a high level of privacy. There is always the risk of interruption/hacking/exposure of personal information. The client understands this risk of exposure and accepts such risk.
NNP makes no claim to secured lines or programming. Check Services for for fees. Discounts available for special circumstances, ask.
1. Physical Assessment
3. Supportive Care
4. Help the Client to Create and Update a Personal Health Record
5. Refer to qualified practitioners when necessary and possible
NNP does not:
3. Administer medications
4. Keep medical records or any information of a personal nature, except, name, address, phone#, email for follow up and marketing
Cynthia Graham is a Registered Nurse, Traditional Naturopath, Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist with an avid interest in the cultural diversity of healing. Though her learning environments have varied, her passion has always been the same, simplify self-care and family care so that it is within reach of each person. Her dream is to reintroduce traditional remedies and mind – body techniques into everyday living and healing.
She understands the intimidation one can feel with a chronic or terminal diagnosis, and is very aware of the language barrier between Healthcare Providers and clients after years of being the client. Her first and most important challenge is to speak in a manner the client understands.
She has an intimate knowledge of the improvements attained from Chiropractic, Massage, Acupuncture and other hands on methods.
She has removed toxins from her life and substituted options that are much closer to nature. Cynthia has benefited from the revelations of her own medical journey and brought them into the holistic practice of Nurse NaturalPath.
Cynthia’s credentials are:
1996 Bachelor of Science in Nursing, The University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston, Texas
1996 Registered Nurse granted by the State of Texas
1996-2008 Varied practice settings-hospital nurse, school nurse, doctor's office, community nurse
1996-2016 homeschooling Mom
2004 traveled the United States by RV
recognizing diversity of healthcare cultures
2005 & 2006 accepted position as impromptu translator and nurse during international archeology dig in the Abruzzi region of Italy
2007 trip Peru learning the gifts of the
Rain Forest with the guidance of Dr. James Duke, ethnobotanist
2008 two weeks in Japan with Reiki Practitioner Yumiko Natori
2008 on site experience learning the
Mediterranean Diet and indigenous food uses while visiting Greece
2009-2010 continuing education in
Naturopathy, Homeopathy, Herbology, Nutrition, Massage and Mind-Body Techniques (Result=Traditional Naturopath)
2011 time in China leads to Junior Diplomate from Chinese Taoist Medical Qigong BaGuaXun Dao ChiGong General Headquarters
2011 Certified Aroma therapist
2012 Certified in Qi Gong
2012-Present Educator at Katy Community Education (Katy ISD Texas) 2013-Present Event Speaker at Sprouts Farmers Market
American Holistic Nursing Association
American Botanical Council
Citizens Emergency Response Team
National Qi Gong Association
Public Events Schedule
Arbor Gate Nursery
15635 Fm 2920
call to reserve space
March 13, 2019
Lunch with the Experts 12-1pm
April 18, 2019
East Meets West Qigong
March 5, 12, 19, 26
April 2, 9, 16, 23