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Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine to provide a unique form of individualized care. Emphasis is on prevention, optimizing health and treating the root cause to help patients achieve sustainable health and wellness. 

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"I have successfully been treating patients since 2009. My goal is to help patients overcome their unique health obstacles and educate them on how to integrate new health habits into their modern lifestyles for sustainable benefits. I want my clients to thrive, not just survive."

Dr. Michelle, ND

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Meet Dr. Michelle Pobega, ND

Dr. Michelle, ND has a clinical focus in digestive health, and works with clients suffering from: 

  • Chronic constipation 

  • Diarrhea and loose stool

  • Food sensitivity and food intolerances 

  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

  • Celiac’s disease, chron’s disease, ulcerative colitis 

  • Heartburn and acid reflux 

  • Excessive gas and bloating 

  • Recovery from food poisoning, travellers diarrhea or antibiotics 

  • Fatigue and low energy 

  • Thyroid issues 

  • Iron deficiency 

  • Stress support 

  • Anxiety and mood imbalances

Dr Michelle

Naturopathic Medicine

Symptoms of disease are seen as warning signs of improper functioning of the body. Naturopathic doctors look at the symptoms, nutrient deficiencies, functional imbalances and unfavorable lifestyle habits to better understand the true underlying conditions causing the disease. Naturopathic assessment, diagnosis and treatment of each individual patient are accomplished by integrating modern and traditional care which includes clinical and laboratory diagnostic techniques. In addition to diet and lifestyle changes, natural therapies including botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, and traditional Chinese medicine/acupuncture, may also be used during treatments.


Naturopathic medicine is evidence-based, informed by clinical experience, research and the individual patient’s unique health situation.

  1. First do no harm 

  2. Healing power of nature

  3. Identify and treat the cause

  4. Treat the whole person

  5. Doctor as teacher

In Canada, a naturopathic doctor must complete a 4-year accredited degree (the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine is a post graduate program), pass standardized North American Board Exams (NPLEX) and provincial board exams. In Ontario, another course/exam is required in order to prescribe certain substances.​

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