We provide patient-focused, naturopathic health care solutions for individuals and families. We have clinics located in Toronto, and Grimbsy, Ontario.
About Our Clinic
At Ontario Naturopathic Clinic, we combine the wisdom of centuries-old medical traditions with the latest evidence-based medical research to provide our patients with a truly holistic, unique and effective approach to healthcare.
Our naturopathic doctor, Dr. Ehab, is board certified from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) as well as brings more than 20 years of experience in cancer care and treatment from being an oncologist (MD), and professor of clinical oncology at Cairo University, Egypt.
It is the use of natural interventions in managing illness. This includes using herbal supplements, vitamins, acupuncture, physical manipulation, bioidentical hormone therapy and nutritional care. It can serve both the curative aspect of disease management and the prevention role as well. Naturopathic medicine can be a sole treatment for many disorders such as stress disorders, prediabetes, early stages of diabetes, and hypertension. It can help and support conventional medical treatments in many conditions such as bronchial asthma and cancer care. The harmonious use of different naturopathic treatment modalities (such as acupuncture, nutritional care, herbal supplements etc) can be achieved under the guidance of a licensed naturopathic doctor.
What is Intravenous Infusion Service?
This is the administration of Vitamins, Minerals and Amino Acids by the Intravenous Route through the Arm, Forearm or Hand Veins.
Why People Receive an Intravenous Infusions?
There are many reasons why people receive this type of treatments such as:
What are the health problems or diseases that need intravenous infusion therapy?
How long it takes for the intravenous infusion therapy?
The duration of the infusion varies according to the amount of the vitamins and minerals given the intravenous fluid bag as well you will receive. Generally, it ranges from 1 hour to 3 hours. Your doctor will discuss this with you before you start.
What do you expect before you start the Intravenous Infusion Therapy?
Your Doctor will discuss with you why you will be a candidate for an intravenous therapy, and for how long the infusion lasts, how many times you need to receive the infusion in a week or a month and the total numbers of the infusion. Your doctor will ask you to sign a consent form indicating that you agree on this treatment.
Do you need to see your Naturopathic Doctor Before starting the Intravenous Infusion Therapy?
Yes it is essential that your Naturopathic Doctor has a meeting with you to determine the need and type of the Intravenous Infusion Therapy for you , discuss various aspects of the treatment and also approve your treatment plan.
Does Intravenous Infusion Therapy require any Blood Work?
Yes, any Intravenous Treatment needs a blood work before it starts. Your Naturopathic Doctor will determine what type of blood test you need to do before your Intravenous Infusion. The blood test can be done by your Naturopathic Doctor or Family Doctor or a Walk in Clinic Physician.
Is the Intravenous Infusion Service is Covered by OHIP or Private Insurance?
This service is NOT covered with OHIP, however, most insurance plans cover the Intravenous infusion Therapy (Mainly the administration fee ).
Which Location of the Ontario Naturopathic Clinic Offers Intravenous Infusion Therapy?
Only Toronto Location (2045 Dufferin Street Toronto Unit 210 B&C M6E 3R4) offers this service the Grimsby Location does not offer this service.
Does this service need a referral from you family physician or medical doctor?
There is no need to have a referral from your family doctor or physician to offer you this service, however, your family doctor can refer you to have this service at the clinic.
Can other Naturopathic Doctors Refer you to have the Intravenous Infusion Therapy with us?
Yes, your naturopathic Doctor can refer you to have or continue to receive your intravenous infusions at out clinic
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It is the use of acupuncture needles to reduce pain in painful conditions such as arthritis, muscle cramps and joint sprains. It can be used to balance the energy pathways in the body, called sometimes the meridians, and this helps in treating many disorders such as stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, and reflux disease. Sometimes, electrical stimulation can be added to the acupuncture needles to strengthen its effects such as when joint or muscle pains are treated. Acupuncture has gained a great popularity in treating many disorders such as infertility, diabetes mellitus and peripheral neuropathy. The use of acupuncture needs a lot of clinical experience by the licensed naturopathic doctor.
Book a Complimentary Acupuncture Treatment:
Ontario Naturopathic Clinic is currently offering complimentary Acupuncture treatments on the first Wednesday of each month. Limit one treatment per patient. Register online to get started.
Nutritional counselling can not only help achieve optimum health, but can also prevent and treat a variety of health conditions.
Nutritional counselling can help with skin disorders such as childhood or adult eczema, psoriasis, weight management, lowering cholesterol, controlling diabetes, heart health, digestive issues such as constipation, colic, Irritable bowel syndrome, and severe psychiatric diseases among various others diseases.
Glutathione is a natural antioxidant that has the function of fighting against oxidative stress. It is a normally secreted substance by the human liver, and its main role as an antioxidant is to neutralize the effects of toxins or foreign molecules introduced into our bodies. With repeated exposure to stress, pollution and toxins, the body consumes a lot of glutathione to get rid of these toxins so it gets depleted. Replacement of lost or depleted glutathione can enhance the body's ability to fight pollution and toxins. One of the very prominent examples of body's exposure to pollutants and foreign substances is lung allergies or what is called bronchial asthma.
These are plant-derived products that mimic in structure the body hormones such as the estrogen, progesterone, and thyroid hormones. They can do exactly the same function as the synthetic hormones with the advantage of having less toxicity and complications. For example, the desiccated thyroid hormone is not a synthetic but a naturally available thyroid extract that helps in the management of several thyroid disorders such as Hashimoto's disease and hyperthyroidism. Moreover, bio-identical estrogen and progesterone hormones can be used in a variety of women health such as postmenopausal syndrome (hot flushes, flashes, vaginal dryness and anxiety and sleep disorders), premenstrual syndrome and irregular uterine or vaginal bleeding.
Vitamin B12 is a very important vitamin for many physiological processes of the body such as the formation of red blood cells, and nerve function. Vitamin B12 deficiency usually happens to vegans, or people with chronic gastritis, and alcoholics. If vitamin B12 is deficient it may result in anaemia ( called megaloblastic anaemia), and possibly loss of balance due to injury to the posterior tracts of the spinal cord, and may be peripheral neuropathy. Correction of vitamin C deficiency can be easily done via a weekly intramuscular injection of vitamin B 12.
One of the effective modalities in pain management is the use of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF). It is based on a low-frequency, low-intensity electromagnetic radiation that is used for pain management and inflammation. It acts by stimulating the blood flow to the area reducing inflammation and oedema. There are no risk hazards associated with its use as its frequencies lie within the safe human use and are approved by Health Canada.