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 Willowdale 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 with 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
We are fully licensed 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 who addresses the mind-body connection.
Our naturopaths provide a full range of laboratory testing science-based therapeutics and nutrition as well as bio-identical hormones and dessicated thyroid.
Our naturopaths welcome challenging conditions, as well as knowledgeable patients who have researched their own health.
We take a detailed look into your health concerns and find solutions that are science-based and realistic for your lifestyle.
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