Project Description

Naturopathic Services

What to Expect

Your Naturopathic visit will consist of a comprehensive health assessment and individualized treatment plan. Appointments typically include physical examination as well as laboratory and diagnostic testing as needed. Emphasis is placed on patient education and guidance to help you take control over your own health. Naturopathic Doctors aim to address your current health concerns, help maintain a long-term health plan and strengthen your physical and mental health to prevent future disease.

Naturopathic Training

Naturopathic Doctors (ND) receive four years of fulltime post-graduate studies and over 1200 hours of supervised clinical experience. They must successfully complete two sets of Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examinations (NPLEX I & II), a set of standardized examinations used across North America. Naturopaths are regulated by the College of Naturopaths of Ontario under the Naturopathy Act. They are required to maintain continuing education credits to uphold their registration and good standing with their provincial or state regulatory body.

Additional Licensing and Education
Naturopathic Doctors with their Prescribing Licence are authorized to prescribe medications that are designated within their regulations as well as perform injection therapy with certain compounds. Those with their IV Licence can perform Intravenous Infusion Therapy (IVIT).

Naturopathic Dispensary

Fullscript is an online dispensary service that mails prescriptions right to your door. Receive access to the largest collection of professional-grade supplements, get notified when your prescriptions are about to run out and easily refill on the go or from the comfort of your own home.

Naturopathic Principles

First, to do no harm | Treat the root causes of disease | Teach the principles of healthy living and preventative medicine | Heal the whole person | Support the healing power of the body

*Naturopathic medical visits are covered by most extended health insurance plans, ask your provider for more information.