Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathy is nature cure. It’s about nourishing the body for  self healing with nutrition, herbal medicine,  lifestyle advice, flower essences and homeopathy. Naturopathy is getting to the root of the disease and healing from the inside out, rather then just covering up the symptoms. You see a naturopath, much like you would see a doctor, except the consult goes for much longer and is much more involved and thorough.

Naturopathic medicine is a compliment to western medicine and often is also an alternative, without the harsh side effects. And even if forgoing the pharmaceutical meds is not an option right now naturopathic medicine will help lessen side effects and prevent long term damage.

There’s no need to be living with sub-standard health.

You’re body wants to be well.

Support from a naturopath is just what you need to set you on the path to wellness.

What medical conditions can a naturopath treat?

 Arthritis
Acne
Anxiety
Addiction
Auto-immune disorders
Bone density and osteoporosis, including exercise prescriptions
Back problems (especially post partum lumbar pain)
Cancer
Cardiac issues
Digestive Disorders
Erectile Dysfunction
Fertility
Insulin resistance
Thyroid Conditions
High Cholesterol
Diabetes type II
Depression
Endometriosis (even with extreme pain and infertility, we can help!)
Hypertension
Helicobacter infection
Immunity problems such as recurrent infections.
Irritable bowel syndrome
Menstrual problems (heavy, loss of cycle, pain, pmt, headaches )
Menopause (hot flushes, loss of libido, memory loss, insomnia, dry vagina, pain on intercourse, anxiety, depression…goodness the list goes on!)
Pap smear abnormalities
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
Skin problems (dry, loss of elasticity, rapid aging, acne vulgaris & rosacea, eczema, psoriasis)
Varicosities
Weight Loss

Naturopathic medicine treats a broad range of conditions, the list above gives examples only. If you’re experiencing something not listed don’t be discouraged. We’ll still be able to help.

 

Libby is currently on maternity leave and not taking any new clients.