The ability to assess and treat all human systems as one, is the practice of integrative functional medicine.
A Functional Approach to:
Conventional doctors, functional medicine practitioners, and naturopathic doctors, all diagnose diseases, or imbalances in the body, using modern medicine diagnostic tools such as: collecting a thorough history, laboratory testing and physical examination.
In the Canadian model, time is limited but service is free. However, many people are not able to get to the root cause of illness and address foundations of health in a typical conventional care model.
With private medicine, we are able to address all your concerns, support you throughout your health journey and offer treatments that are healing, curative, rather than symptom suppressing.
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Are you struggling to get in to see an MD?
Are you tired of short visits that are problem focused that never get to the root cause of your issues?
Are you being told your lab values are normal so you are fine, even though you are symptomatic?
If you feel like more can be done. You are in the right place.
Naturopathic doctors are the only ones offering privatized medicine who can take their time. Our annual visits can take up to one hour to complete, making sure we have covered all the bases.
This is where we make sure you are in good health by conducting a thorough history, physical exam, running lab tests and recommending any preventative treatments.
No matter what viral pandemic we come across, chronic diseases will always be a mainstay pandemic in North America if the way we approach healthcare doesn't change.
Currently, the top ten health problems in America (not all of them chronic) are heart disease, cancer, stroke, respiratory disease, injuries, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, influenza and pneumonia, kidney disease, and septicemia.
The nation’s aging population, coupled with existing risk factors (tobacco use, poor nutrition, lack of physical activity) and medical advances that extend longevity (if not also improve overall health), have led to the conclusion that these problems are only going to magnify if not effectively addressed now. (1)