Our NDs have a strong focus on all women’s health conditions.
We have supported the unique health needs of thousands of women’s through adolescence, young adulthood, pregnancy and post-partum, perimenopause and after menopause.
Some of the conditions we treat include:
Naturopathic Women's Health: How it Works
The first visit for women’s health is 90 minutes long, which will include a full health assessment by your naturopathic doctor. After taking an extensive history if we need more information we may suggest lab tests that are typically carried out before your next visit to the clinic.
Hormonal conditions are complex and interrelated. We use laboratory testing to understand the true nature of hormonal imbalances so we can correct hormones in relationship to each other.
Our NDs also have a deep knowledge of the hormonal cycles in women and what levels should be at different times. Knowing WHEN to test is as important as knowing WHAT to test, when it comes to hormones! The right testing eliminates guessing and helps patients achieve their goals.
At the end of your first visit, you’ll receive the first stage of your treatment plan including diet suggestions/meal plans, lifestyle counseling, botanical medicine, supplements, and lifestyle suggestions.
Our prescribing NDs also offer bio-identical hormone therapy including NDT (Thyroid), Progesterone and Estrogen formulations to address various hormonal needs.
For women looking to support their pregnancy health, our naturopathic pregnancy and birth program can optimize health for both yourself and baby, and prepare your body for labour.
Our Doctors who are taking New Patients for Women's Health
Dr Kelly Clinning
Dr Samina Mitha
Dr Fiona McCulloch
Articles on Women's Health
Did you know that PCOS is just one cause of missing periods? Another common cause that isn’t discussed often is Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA).
Dr. Kelly Clinning, ND, discusses how thyroid health can affect a woman’s reproductive cycle, from fertility through to postpartum issues.
Women are now having children at an older age than ever before.
Dr. Kelly discusses the 5 markers that can be used to estimate egg reserve and egg quality.