Healthcare can be comfortable

We treat most health conditions, and provide preventative care programs for improving your health, slowing age-related changes, balancing your immune system, eliminating inflammation, stress reduction and managing health risks associated with conditions common in your family.

What is natural healthcare? 

Medicine is often described as both an art and a science. You could think of it as an intersection of art and science. When you bring nature into consideration, it becomes the intersection of art, science and nature.

Does this intersection mean that natural medicine is scientific? 

That’s exactly what it means. There is an ever-growing body of scientific research that supports specific natural interventions. As practitioners, we rely on these studies to guide our treatment recommendations in a process called evidence-based medicine. This is something that we have in common with practitioners of conventional healthcare, who also rely upon evidence-based medicine.

Are there other overlaps with conventional care? 

There can be. For example, nutrition has always been a foundation for naturopathic practice and is becoming a growing focus for conventional healthcare too. Other natural treatments such as massage and physical medicine, and the therapeutic use of light (laser), heat and cold are other common examples. 

In the end, a natural practitioner may come to the same treatment recommendation as a conventional practitioner, but will do so for completely different reasons, coming out of a markedly different view of your health.

What conditions can be treated?  

Most conditions can be treated.   From digestive and skin problems to chronic pain and fatigue and everything in between, whatever your concern happens to be, we can help.