Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Are your services covered by my extended health care plan?
    Many extended health plans include Naturopathic services. You should contact your individual carrier to confirm your coverage. We will provide the necessary receipts and documentation to allow you to benefit from your plan.
  2. Will you work with my family physician or other doctors?
    We take a collaborative approach to your health and work with your other medical practitioners as necessary to provide excellence in health care.
  3. If I am taking prescription medications, can I still see a Naturopathic Doctor?
    Yes. As a part of coming to the correct diagnosis and treatment plan, it is important to inform the doctors of all medications and supplements that you are currently taking. This will allow us to safely treat you.
  4. What is the difference between naturopathic medicine and homeopathy?
    As stated in the "Principles and Modalities" homeopathic medicine is just one of the modalities in which naturopathic doctors are trained. While naturopathic medicine is a regulated profession in the province of Ontario, anyone can call himself/herself a homeopath since there is no regulation for homeopathic practitioners. Naturopathic doctors are trained in the use of homeopathic medicines as part of their school curriculum and must pass both school exams and provincial board exams before they can be registered to practice in the province of Ontario.
  5. What kind of education do Naturopathic Doctors have?
    Drs. Fennell has 8 years of post-secondary education. She has a 4-year undergraduate degree and a further 4 years of education in Naturopathic science.
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