- Reception area reduced to 2 chairs.
- Enforced physically distancing throughout the hallways/front desk area.
- Front desk Plexiglass sneeze guard has been installed.
- Naturopathic rooms are cleaned as soon as patients are done their treatment.
- NDs will be wearing masks during the treatments.
- NDs will be limiting their hours to reduce total patient flow in the clinic.
- Naturopathic patients arriving early to their appointment may be asked to sit in a waiting chair in front of Room 4 (to reduce the number of people in our reception area).
- The clinic washroom is currently reserved for staff use only.
Naturopathic medicine provides a non-invasive approach to health that promotes the body’s innate healing potential. Naturopathic Doctors seek to find the cause of illness rather than simply suppressing the symptoms that are present.
** We request all naturopathic patients wear a mask or face covering during their naturopathic treatments. **
Consult a Naturopathic Doctor with any condition you would consider visiting your Medical Doctor for. ND’s are knowledgeable about contraindications between naturopathic remedies and conventional medicines.
ND’s have at least three years of pre-medical education followed by an intensive four year full time program at an accredited Naturopathic College. Each graduate achieves a Diploma as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine.
Acupuncture / Traditional Chinese Medicine
No, but Naturopathic Medicine is covered under most work and private health insurance plans.
As of April 1, 2013 a new regulatory body was created for Traditional Chinese Medical Doctors and Acupuncturists. This affects how patients will be reimbursed for their acupuncture treatment with our naturopaths. Patients can submit their acupuncture under Naturopathic Coverage in their EHC.