Mission Statement

Yorkdale Integrated Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic that is committed to providing our patients with the most current and modern services for health and wellness, with a focus on merging allopathic and naturopathic medicine.We will work in conjunction with a range of health professionals,in order to devise appropriate treatment plans that will meet the varying and individual needs of our clients. Our focus on naturopathic medicine with conventional medicine diagnostics and knowledge will allow us to use natural and holistic therapies to treat a range of patient concerns, working completely in concert with conventional medical practices. We look to treating not only specific health concerns, but rather, look to overall physical health,emotional health and lifestyle, such that our patients are able to live more fulfilling lives with a focus on overall well-being.

Naturopathic Medicine

Yorkdale Integrated Clinic provides a multitude of health services with a focus on Naturopathic medicine. According to the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND)

Naturopathic medicine is a system of medicine that has been practiced in North America for over 125 years. Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession built on a patient-centred approach that emphasizes prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that support the body’s natural ability to heal and help the patient achieve sustainable health and wellness.

Naturopathic medicine involves a functional medicine approach to healthcare, identifying the biochemical and physiological imbalances within the individual, and using natural, scientifcally-proven solutions to rectify these imbalances. Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) focus on naturally occurring substances, minimally invasive methods, and the promotion of natural healing. They also emphasize illness prevention and a healthy diet and lifestyle.

 

The OAND further states that the basic tenants of care under this practice include:

1. Utilization of therapies that are minimally invasive
2. The healing power of nature
3. Identifcation and treatment of the causes of disease
4. The primary role of the doctor as the teacher
5. Treatment of the whole person
6. Disease prevention and health promotion

 

According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, “more than 70% of Canadians regularly use complementary alternative health care therapies such as vitamins and minerals, herbal products, homeopathic medicines and other natural health products to stay healthy and improve their quality of life.” Yorkdale Integrated Clinic offers the appropriate knowledge and care to maximized the efficacy of these therapies. Patient care and satisfaction is priority

Our location:

861 Wilson Avenue Toronto Ontario, M3K0A4

Phone: 416-901-9932

Email: email@example.com

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