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American Association of Drugless Practitioners

The American Association of Drugless Practitioners  Certification and Accreditation Board was established in 1990. ADDP's national and international membership body of over 21,000 is made up of MDs, NDs, DCs, OMDs, PhDs, RNs, Health Coaches, and other drugless practitioners.

                             

  •  Practice the healing power of “drugless” methodologies;

  • Practice to do no harm;

  • Maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct;

  • Refuse to participate in unethical procedures;

  • Promise to be aware of, and abide by all state and local laws;

  • To be honest with my clients, offering the best products, services, and information possible;

  • To be ready to consult and seek the talents of other health care professionals when such consultation would benefit my client;

  • Do not exceed my scope of practice, either in abilities or by law;

  • To be up-to-date on all information I give my clients, and to continue my education.

Code of Ethics

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