Our NDs can assess and treat may different concerns, not limited to: PMS, endometriosis, painful menstrual cramps, low libido, chronic yeast infections, fibrocystic breasts, infertility, menopause, low sperm count, low egg quality, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, and cervical dysplasia.
During a thorough initial one hour assessment we discuss health goals and/or concerns and take a health history examining all aspects of your physical and mental being.
We have conversations around sleep routine, dietary patterns, and digestion as it relates to hormones.
Your Naturopathic Doctor may order bloodwork or additional lab testing to get an accurate look at hormones when putting together a comprehensive treatment plan.
Naturopathic Medicine looks to investigate the root cause of every hormonal concern.Book a "New Patient" Naturopathic Visit
Zawada Health offers treatments to address many different hormonal needs, for males and females, and may include nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, herbal medicine, acupuncture, bio- identical hormone therapy or naturopathic pelvic floor therapy.
Over the years our Naturopathic Doctors have worked with many patients at different fertility clinics in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Toronto, and surrounding areas.
We understand it can be an overwhelming time with lots of questions and emotions.
Our NDs can be a wonderful resource to answer the many questions that may arise during their fertility journey.
Each person is unique and through a comprehensive initial intake and discussions, we tailor a plan to fit each individual’s needs to provide the best possible outcome.Book an Appointment
Acupuncture can be a wonderful addition to a fertility treatment plan, whether it is for increasing egg or sperm quality, improving uterine lining, or in conjunction with an IVF transfer at a fertility clinic. After a thorough assessment with our Naturopathic Doctors, a plan will be put together detailing the frequency of acupuncture sessions.Book an appointment
by Carol Morley
Every month a woman gets their menstrual cycle, it gives more information on how the body is doing overall. I liken it to a monthly report card!
I encourage women to not only track their day 1's of their cycles (first day of flow), but also to track other signs and symptoms.
by Carol Morley