Chronic pain seems to be a commonly accepted fate that we as North American’s have recognized as part of our daily lives. Naturopathic Medicine can provide a unique approach to chronic pain that may seem to have no identifiable cause.



The ability of our bodies to move and perform all the demands we put on it require complex co-ordination of our muscles.  This is developed as we grow from a newborn to an adult, becoming effortless after we are only a few years old. 



A Chiropractic adjustment or manipulation is a manual procedure that utilizes the highly refined skills developed during four intensive years of chiropractic education. The chiropractor typically uses his/her hands to manipulate the joints of the body, particularly the spine, in order to reduce pain, and restore or enhance joint function.



In a healthy person muscles work in a coordinated manner to help produce simple to complex movements. With overuse and injury those same muscles loose their normal coordination and switch to a protective role. Those muscles will tighten or spasm to protect itself or nearby joint from any movements that might cause excessive movement to the injured area.



Naturopathic Medicine is a system of primary health care focusing on wellness, education, and prevention by identifying the root cause. A naturopath utilizes conventional medical assessment and laboratory diagnostics combined with a broad range of alternative modalities.  Naturopathic Medicine is a vital component of health care of which treatments can be utilized on their own or concurrently with conventional health care.  Naturopathic Medicine focuses on the disease process in comparison to isolating it as an entity.



Naturopathic Pediatric care includes well child visits, assessment, diagnostics and treatment starting from the first days of your child’s life, into the adolescent and teenage years. We strive to support your child’s optimal physical, mental and emotional development, providing information and knowledge to allow the family to make informed decisions and choices.



As women, we can deal with a host of concerns throughout our life.  Common topics may include puberty and the hormonal affects associated with puberty (acne, mood changes, cyclic concerns), irregular menses or absent menses, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), insomnia/fatigue, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), perimenopause/menopause, endometriosis, candida/chronic infections, difficulty losing weight, cervical dysplasia, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum care, etc.


Integrative Oncology

Both of our Naturopathic physicians have completed post-graduate training, focused on working with individuals navigating the complexities of having a cancer diagnosis. Naturopathic integrative oncology plays a valuable role [...]