Deborah is a licensed naturopathic doctor in the province of Ontario and a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Deborah completed a 2 year residency at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine deepening her experience with patient care. In addition to private practice, Deborah continues to work as a Teaching assistant at the College assisting students in the development of their clinical skills. Deborah is also involved in Research and has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented at several conferences. Prior to making the decision to return to school to study naturopathic medicine, Deborah worked in the corporate world.
Diet changes and nutritional supplementation to provide optimal nutrition to help the body maintain balance and aid in the healing process.
uses very small amounts of natural substances to stimulate the self-healing abilities of the body.
Acupuncture & Asian Medicine
Fine needles inserted in specific locations on the body to balance the Chi (energy) within the organs and other areas of the body.
Plant substances from around the world are used for their healing effects and nutritional value.
involves the therapeutic use of light, hot and cold water, and naturopathic manipulation, as examples.
Mental attitudes and emotional states often influence physical health. Stress management techniques and lifestyle modifications (sleep, exercise, etc) are often suggested.