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Our hours of operation are:

Monday 9am – 8pm

Tuesday 9am – 8pm

Wednesday 9am – 8pm

Thursday 9am – 8pm

Friday 9am – 4pm

Saturday 9am – 4pm

Sunday Closed 

We are a private clinic and do not accept insurance directly; however we provide receipts of service at each visit and depending on your extended benefits provider you may be reimbursed for part or all of your payment. Please check with your benefits provider directly concerning your coverage as each plan is different and we are unable to provide the specifics of your plan.

Our new location is:

25 Industrial Street Suite 207

East York Ontario

M4G 1Z2


Naturopathic therapies are taught and used together because they are all based on the same principles, – assist the body’s healing response — and are often more effective when combined and work synergistically to benefit the patient.

Yes. You can continue to see your other healthcare providers, as needed. It is also important to coordinate your care with other healthcare practitioners by communicating with them as appropriate. It is best to work as a team with other practitioners in order to give you the best possible healthcare.

The first visit with an ND may take an hour or longer because it includes a comprehensive medical history, physical examination, possible laboratory tests, and discussions about nutrition, lifestyle, emotions, exercise, stress and other significant health factors, Your particular concerns will be discussed. At the end of the visit, your ND will discuss treatment options, and develop an individualized course of therapy that is focused on addressing your health concerns.

Naturopathic Doctors encourage patients to take persona! responsibility for their own health. They support patients in this by teaching them the steps necessary to create and sustain optimal health. Naturopathic Doctors strive to find the underlying cause of a patient’s illness, rather than treat only the symptoms. Recognizing that each body is unique, NDs tailor their treatments to meet the individual needs of each patient.

NDs have an understanding of their limitations and scope of medicine and refer patients to other health care providers such as MDs, MD specialists, Doctor of osteopathy, physiotherapists and chiropractors when it is necessary. Most naturopathic practices have extensive cross-referrals with other practitioners.

Through evaluation of the whole person, NDs treat each patient individually using naturopathic treatments that may include nutritional recommendations and supplementation, homeopathy, botanical medicine, physical medicine, acupuncture and other modalities. NDs use these treatments to support and cleanse the body returning it to a state of health and balance.


Although naturopathic services are not covered by OHIP, many private health insurance plans will provide coverageSince NDs use alternatives to costly techniques more insurance companies are beginning to investigate expanding coverage of this cost-effective healing method. Check benefits package or contact your health insurer for details.