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How does a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) compare to a Medical Doctor (MD)?

Naturopathic Doctors have similar training in medical and clinical sciences (i.e. biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology, differential diagnosis, etc.) though in addition, they have extensive training in a full spectrum of natural medicines and therapies with emphasis on diet and nutrition. NDs utilize the most natural, least invasive, and least toxic therapies as first-line treatment. Preventive medicine […]

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How are naturopathic doctors trained?

Admission to an accredited naturopathic medical institution requires a minimum of three years of undergraduate study at a recognized university. This undergraduate programme must include certain science courses such as, biochemistry, physics, biology, and psychology. Once accepted into the post-graduate naturopathic programme, the curriculum involves an intensive four-year study of clinical sciences (anatomy, physiology, pathology, […]

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Is naturopathic medicine covered by OHIP?

While naturopathic medicine is not covered by OHIP, it is covered by many extended healthcare benefit packages. We encourage you to request that your policy include coverage of all naturopathic services.

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What kinds of health concerns can be treated using naturopathic medicine?

A person of any age, with virtually any chronic or acute condition may benefit from naturopathic care. Some commonly treated conditions include: Skin conditions, including acne and eczema Digestive disorders such as ‘indigestion’, constipation, heartburn, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, and inflammatory bowel disease Depression & anxiety High blood pressure High cholesterol Heart disease, arteriosclerosis Ear, […]

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