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Naturopathic Medicine

What to Expect

During the initial appointment, Michelle will take an extensive health history and explore your concerns in depth, along with assessing all aspects of your health including: diet, sleep, stress, gut health, immune functioning, hormonal health, etc. to piece together factors contributing to your symptoms. She may also perform physical exams and order lab work if needed. Based on this assessment, Michelle will create an individualized treatment plan.

With naturopathic medicine, there is an emphasis on health promotion and it incorporates well with conventional medicine- yes, you can have both a naturopathic and a medical doctor! Michelle ensures that her treatment plans don’t interact with your medications and she will collaborate with your other health care providers creating a team-based approach to your health. 

Services Offered

  • Acupuncture
  • Cupping
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Lifestyle and Dietary Counselling
  • Nutritional Supplementation

To read more on each of these services, please visit: www.michellejacksonnd.com

Conditions Treated

Although Michelle has a special interest in treating pain, fatigue, and chronic disease, she also commonly treats the following conditions in children, teenagers, adults, and seniors:

  • Mental / Emotional: anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia
  • Gastrointestinal: IBS, GERD, constipation, IBD
  • Female: fertility, endometriosis, PCOS, menopause, low libido
  • Male: BPH, erectile dysfunction
  • Skin: eczema, psoriasis, food sensitivity rashes, acne
  • Neurological: dementia, traumatic brain injury
  • Endocrine: diabetes, osteoporosis, hypothyroidism
  • Immune: allergies, asthma, recurrent colds
  • Urinary: interstitial cystitis, recurrent UTIs
  • Pain: arthritis, fibromyalgia, post-operative pain

Frequently Asked Questions

What training does a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) have?

An ND has obtained a University degree (with pre-medical sciences course requirements) and has received a Doctor of Naturopathy degree from an accredited college. This encompasses a full-time 4 year program, with a one year internship of 1200 hours of supervised clinical experience. That amounts to 8 years of post-secondary education! In order to practice, NDs have completed two sets of standardized North American exams and provincial examinations. To maintain their license, NDs must complete yearly Continuing Education courses.

Is naturopathic medicine covered by OHIP?

No, naturopathic services are not covered by OHIP but many extended health insurance plans provide coverage.

Is naturopathic medicine regulated?

Yes, NDs in Ontario are regulated by the College of Naturopaths of Ontario under the Naturopathy Act, 2007 as outlined in the Regulated Health Professionals Act, 1991.

I have a Medical Doctor. Why should I see a Naturopathic Doctor?

Naturopathic medicine can fill in some of the gaps that conventional medicine doesn’t address well, and vice versa. It can also provide answers to your ‘vague and peculiar’ symptoms that haven’t been explored or explained. MDs and NDs have different training so their approach and treatment varies, but can work in harmony to address your symptoms. Like most things in life, two heads are better than one.

How often do I have to see a Naturopathic Doctor?

It depends. Generally, appointments are more frequent in the beginning, and as health outcomes improves, visits become less frequent- more like check-ups.

Is a Naturopathic Doctor the same as a Homeopath?

No. Homeopaths practice solely homeopathy, whereas NDs are trained in clinical medicine, nutrition, acupuncture, etc. in addition to homeopathy. Although many NDs incorporate homeopathic medicine into their treatments, please note, Michelle does not use a lot of homeopathy in her practice.

Do I need a referral to see a Naturopathic Doctor?

No. Other health care providers may recommend the services of an ND, but a formal referral is not required.

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Hours Of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed