Our Toronto Naturopathic Clinic
We pride ourselves in providing science-based naturopathic medicine with respect and warmth. We are located in the North York Centre at Yonge and Sheppard, in Toronto. We strive to make our clinic a welcoming, comfortable space and we fully support you in achieving your best health!
Since 2001, our naturopathic doctors have been leaders in women's health, hormones and fertility in naturopathic medicine. We can help you with very challenging conditions that may not have responded to other therapies.We were voted Best Naturopath by the Inside Toronto Readers Choice Awards for 2014, in the North York Mirror!
Our Licensed Toronto Naturopaths
Dr. Fiona McCulloch and Dr. Erica Nikiforuk are fully licensed, board-certified Naturopathic Doctors who provide research-based natural medicine to the Toronto community with professionalism and warmth. We also serve many out of town patients who seek our specialized care. Our doctors are involved in teaching, writing and research in the field of naturopathic medicine in addition to keeping busy clinical practices.
Our team also includes our Registered Psychologist Dr. Julia Sen, who addresses the mind-body connection.
Naturopathic Medicine Can Help.
Our naturopathic doctors can provide a full range of laboratory testing and science based natural treatments for you. Beginning with an intensive assessment, our goal is to understand your health comprehensively. We always seek to treat the underlying causes of disease and to strengthen your overall health in the process of finding solutions to your concerns.
We welcome challenging conditions, as well as knowledgeable patients who have researched their own health. We are honoured to help all who are interested learning more about the amazing benefits of having a Naturopath as part of your health team.
This article was published in NDNR on the treatment of adrenal androgen excess in women with PCOS, with natural medicine and supplements. The article details an evidence-based approach that addresses the unique and common problem of high DHEA in women with PCOS, which leads to the production of testosterone and problems with ovulation, acne, hirsutism and hair loss.
Losing weight is a challenge that many women with PCOS face at some point in their lives. If this is you, then you are probably already aware that you can’t just do what an average person would do to lose weight; it often doesn’t work (even if you’ve tried, and tried and tried!). We have one main hormone to blame for this struggle, and it is that same hormone that will trigger our androgenic symptoms such as acne, hair growth, and irregular cycles. The culprit here is none other than the metabolic hormone – insulin. All women with PCOS – not just overweight women- have been shown to have changes in insulin sensitivity (1) and high levels of insulin will […]
PCOS is undiagnosed in 50% of women. Do you wonder if you might have this common condition? Here are the 12 signs to look for to determine if this imbalance may be happening in YOUR body.