Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a holistic form of primary healthcare which utilizes natural and non invasive tools to return the body to health. It combines scientific knowledge and research with traditional forms of natural medicine.

NDs spend 4 years in an intensive post-graduate degree program in which they are trained in core clinical science with 3000 hours of classroom training and 1200 hours in clinical internship. This allows them to understand human physiology & disease, identify medical conditions, assess lab reports/imaging and preform physical examinations and much more. They are also extensively trained and tested in Naturopathic tools and modalities. Naturopathic Tools Include: Counselling, Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Homeopathic Medicine, Nutraceuticals, Homeopathic Medicine and Diet & Nutrition Counselling.

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img The doctor of the future will give no drugs, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. img

- Thomas A. Edison

What benefits does
Naturopathic Medicine Have?

1

Treat the Root Cause

NDs aim to treat the root cause of the illness instead of only addressing symptoms. Whether that root cause is a nutritional deficiency, stress, hormonal imbalance or a combination of factors, getting to the root cause allows for deeper healing.

2

Utilize the Healing Power of Nature

Allow the healing property of natural therapies such as herbal medicine to bring your body back into balance.

3

Treat the Whole Person

We are complex human beings - when we address the whole person, we can find a treatment plan that is unique & tailored to your needs.

4

Emphasize Disease Prevention

Many factors go into optimizing health - disease prevention helps you to live a more vibrant & healthy life now.

Our Naturopathic Medicine Specialists





Dr. Bridget Ross, ND

Naturopathic Doctor, Birth Doula

Dr. Bridget Ross, ND offers a heart-centered approach to gentle yet effective therapeutic care. She works with patients in a collaborative manner to address the health of their body, mind & spirit. She has a general family practice with a special interest in mental emotional health including stress management and all stages of women's health.