Naturopathic Medicine Uxbridge

Naturopathic Services

Kendra is registered through the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. She is also an active member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND).

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What is a Naturopathic Doctor?

A Naturopathic Doctor is a  licensed primary care physician that combines the wisdom of nature with modern science. Naturopathic Doctors are primary care physicians like your family doctor. They diagnose, treat and manage patients with a variety of conditions.

Naturopathic Doctors must complete at least 8 years of post secondary education. Their medical education includes anatomy, physiology, biochemistry etc. This allows them to communicate effectively with your MD, chiropractor, osteopath, massage therapist or any other health care provider you are seeing.

Naturopathic Doctors use a variety of modalities
to treat our patients including Botanical medicine, Traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture, Nutrition, Counselling, Physical medicine, and Homeopathy.

What is a Naturopathic Doula?

A Doula is a trained and experienced professional who provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to the mother and family before, during, and just after birth. A Doula may also provide emotional and practical support during the postpartum period.

Studies have shown that when Doulas attend a birth a women’s labour is shorter with fewer complications. Without these complications babies are healthier and tend to breastfeed more easily.

A postpartum doula can help ease the transition that comes with the addition of an infant to a family. This can reduce the risk for post-partum depression in new mothers.

The Six Principles of Naturopathic Medicine

  • Do No Harm Utilize the most natural, least invasive, and least toxic therapies

  • The Healing Power of Nature Trust in the body’s inherent wisdom to heal itself

  • Identify and Treat the Causes Look beyond the symptoms to the underlying cause

  • Doctor as Teacher Educate patients in the steps to achieving and maintaining health

  • Treat the Whole Person View the body as an integrated whole in all its physical and spiritual dimensions

  • Prevention Focus on overall health, wellness and disease prevention