“I have a very curious mind and believe we must never stop learning. I stay up to date with the latest research so that I can offer my patients optimal assistance in their health care.”
With longstanding experience and interest in integrative healthcare, I know it isn’t always easy to separate the truth in health information from alternative facts and fads.
I am an experienced clinician and have been practicing for over 15 years. I truly believe that achieving optimal health starts with looking for and understanding the root cause of illness. It is only with that knowledge that we can begin developing a personalized plan through individualized medicine, diet and lifestyle intervention.
I have based my practice on the foundation that the gastrointestinal tract and its ecosystem is the key to optimal physical and mental health. I work with people who suffer from complaints such as gas, bloating, chronic stomach upset, weight gain around the middle, auto immune diseases, thyroid issues, food reactions, mental health issues and hormonal imbalances – all conditions that seriously disrupt the quality of our lives, especially as we age.
In 2001, I completed the Bensen-Henry Institute (BHI) at the Harvard Medical School certification requirements in Mind Body Medicine. These studies aim to integrate mind-body medicine into mainstream health care through rigorous, evidence-based research and clinical application.
I started my education in health at Queen’s University where I graduated with an Honours degree in Sociology focusing on Health Promotion and Administration. This led to four years working with the Heart and Stroke Foundation before I decided to pursue my studies at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, graduating in 2001.
I am a member of:
Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors
Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors
College of Naturopaths of Ontario
College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO)