In this Master Lecture Webinar, join ACHS faculty member Dr. Nolan Noska as he discusses the basics of homeopathy and drainage therapies. Learn the difference between biotherapeutic drainage and homeopathy and how toxic environments respond to homeopathy.

As a physician, Dr. Noska aims to aid patients to become empowered in their own health journey. His expertise lies in identifying the true cause of disease and helping his patients re-establish patterns of health instead of disease. Dr. Noska has extensive experience treating chronic pain syndromes including fibromyalgia and arthritis, diabetes mellitus, hypothyroid disease, gastrointestinal dysbiosis, Crohn’s disease, and many other autoimmune conditions. He also treats common foot ailments such as plantar fasciitis, hammertoes, bunions, and foot and ankle pain with his natural foot care program. Dr. Noska currently maintains a private practice at Insights To Health Clinic in SW Portland, Oregon where he sees patients of all ages.

Dr. Noska received his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from The National College of Natural Medicine graduating with Honors in Research. After graduation, he completed a one-year family practice residency at The National College of Natural Medicine with continued focus in physical medicine and biotherapeutic drainage. While pursuing his degree, Dr. Noska completed a one-year internship with Dr. Martin Milner, ND at The Center for Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon focusing on cardiopulmonary medicine in the setting of primary care. He also completed a six-month internship with renowned Naturopathic Doctor Dickson Thom, ND, DDS focusing on biotherapeutic drainage and chronic disease management.


Continuing education is vital for all professionals to stay up-to-date with industry advances. In addition, most professional organizations—from the Florida Board of Health to the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Examiners—require continuing education (CE) hours to ensure regulatory compliance, educational rigor, and the highest standards of practice. 
ACHS offers a wide range of online CE opportunities in integrative medicine and holistic health to help meet your CE requirements and thirst for learning! For a list of current continuing education provider approvals, click here. 
As an accredited college, many organizations accept ACHS CEs. Please check with your professional body whether specific approval is required. If you are interested in having your professional organization approve ACHS CEs, please contact ACHS CSO Erika Yigzaw at [email protected]. 



• Register and pay the $25 CE processing fee. 
• Watch the video (approximately 120 minutes). 
• Take the short CE multiple choice question assessment and successfully achieve a score of 80% or higher (you'll have two attempts). This demonstrates you have mastered the course learning outcomes above. 
• Your CE certificate of completion is emailed as soon as you successfully complete the assessment.

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Lecture Video and Quiz

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On the next few screens we'll give you a little background about ACHS, this video, and your lecture presenter. Once you've completed the video, you’ll have the opportunity to take a short assessment quiz and earn 1 CE contact hour. Those that receive a passing grade (80%) will automatically receive a certificate of completion. To get started, please use the buttons (click Next) in the upper-right corner of the screen.

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