760-297-6006 T.with.DrScott@otha.us

National Health Freedom Coalition

Mission Statement

To promote access to all health care information, services, treatments and products that the people deem beneficial for their own health and survival; to promote legislative reform of the laws impacting the right to access; and to promote the health of the people of this nation.

For information on the National Health Freedom Coalition click on the link below

https://nationalhealthfreedom.org

For a State by State list of Safe Harbor exemption laws and rights click below.

https://nationalhealthfreedom.org/nhfa/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2016/02/StateUpdateMay21_2014_Final2.pdf

OTHA.us and OTHA.Academy acknowledge the California Senate Bill SB-577 that affirms

“the right of citizens to obtain Alternative and Complementary Health Care from practitioners other than licensed Physicians and Surgeons, or other licensed health professions.”

Background

In Paragraph 1 of SB 577 the Legislature made a Finding that:

Based upon a comprehensive report by the National Institute of Medicine and other studies, including a study published by the New England Journal of Medicine, it is evident that millions of Californians, perhaps more than five million, are presently receiving a substantial volume of health care services from complementary and alternative healthcare practitioners.

Those studies further indicate that individuals utilizing complementary and alternative health care services cut across a wide variety of age, ethnic, socioeconomic, and other demographic categories.”

Thus, the Legislature wanted to recognize Alternative and Complementary health care and provide a framework of guidelines and notices.

Pursuant to this Act of the Legislature, Alternative and Complementary Health Care Practitioners must inform clients that they are not Physicians and Surgeons or allied Licensed practitioners and that for a western medical diagnosis and treatment, including, but not limited to, prescription drugs, surgery and the treatment of fractures, lacerations and abrasions, the clients must see an MD, Physician or Surgeon.

The notice must also state the nature of the Alternative and Complementary health care practice that is being provided.

If you would like to see a copy of our:

California Alternative and Complementary Health Care Notice and Consent form

send a request to:  T.with.DrScott@otha.us

Nevada guidelines

On June 9, 2015, Governor Brian Sandoval signed into law Nevada AB295, protecting Nevada’s citizen access to their many wonderful practitioners providing “wellness services”.  The bill was introduced by Assemblyman Kirner on March 13, 2015, signed into law on June 9, 2015, and went into effect July 1, 2015.  Click Here for Full bill language

http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=OdWNy4XhW0XrwtWQhUd%2BG%2BDQ4baPtQpM.

The The bill came forth from a dedicated team, working to protect access to wellness services including such practices as  anthroposophy, aromatherapy, traditional cultural healing practices, detoxification practices and therapies, energetic healing, folk practices, Gerson therapy and colostrum therapy, healing practices using food, dietary supplements, nutrients and the physical forces of heat, cold, water and light, herbology and herbalism, reflexology and Reiki, mind-body healing practices, non-diagnostic iridology,       non-invasive instrumentalities, and holistic kinesiology.

OTHA/Tina & DrScott work under Tribal Sovereignty of a Nevada Native American Tribe as practitioners of Oral Traditions Healing Arts, a Native American Tribal Member owned LLC. We are not endorsed by PLPT as a Tribal owned entity.