Face. Body. Wellbeing


Naturopathic Wellness

A Holistic Approach to Inward and Outward Wellbeing.

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About The Approach

Naturopathy is a system of medicine that works by supporting and optimizing what the body already has. It takes a personalized, holistic approach that considers all systems of the body and uses evidence-based natural treatments to achieve health goals. It addresses concerns from a root-cause perspective, as opposed to just treating symptoms, and focuses on preventative rather than reactive health management. At Laserbody MD, our naturopathic doctor focuses on several areas to support overall inward and outward wellbeing. 



+ Hair

Skin is a window into internal health because it is impacted by many systems and processes.

We treat:

  • Skin concerns
  • Acne + Scarring
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Aging + beauty
  • Hair loss, thinning + graying


Metabolism + Weight

Metabolism, along with diet and exercise,  regulates body weight which is vital to overall health.

We treat:

  • Weight gain/loss
  • Conditions of metabolism
  • Fatigue
  • Post CoolSculpting detox


Sexual Wellness

Sexual well-being  plays a significant role in confidence, emotional well-being and quality of life overall.

We treat:

  • Libido
  • Symptoms associated with menopause and PMS
  • Mood/emotional well being


Hormonal Therapy

Hormones are the far-reaching chemical messengers of the body. They control and coordinate form and function. We treat:

  • Symptoms associated with menopause
  • Hormonal conditions; PCOS, PMS, etc.
  • Reproductive health

BHRT Coming in 2023! 



Step 1

Complete comprehensive naturopathic intake. A lot of information needs to be gathered to consider your unique lifestyle factors and all of the different systems of the body.

Step 2

First appointment. Review and complete intake, perform necessary assessments, order lab work if needed.

Step 3

Second appointment happens once all results are in. This is where the naturopathic doctor will present your treatment plan and strategy.

Step 4

Carry out the treatment plan yourself or carry out the plan via the naturopathic strategy, this involves monitoring parameters, re-assessments, etc.

You are looking to:

  • Treat the underlying cause of your concern, not just the symptom
  • Take an approach that considers the different systems and processes of the body, barriers to health and lifestyle factors
  • Use treatments that address concerns while also optimizing health and well-being
  • Focus on preventative health
  • Monitor and track your progress
  • Learn what is going on in your body to better understand how to take care of yourself
If this sounds like you, then you are a great candidate for naturopathic medicine. Book your appointment today.
  • LAB TESTING AND ASSESSMENTS: specific to each case, for example; nutrients, hormones, inflammation, food sensitivities, skin exam/analysis, etc.

  • CLINICAL NUTRITION: nutrient deficiencies, diet and nutraceuticals

  • SUPPLEMENTS: vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, probiotics, etc. + optimizing your current supplement regimen; understand what you are taking and if you are taking it correctly

  • BOTANICAL MEDICINE: therapeutic dose botanicals in the form of tinctures, teas/decoctions and topicals

  • LIFESTYLE INTERVENTIONS; stress management, sleep therapy, addressing triggers and barriers

  • SKINCARE EDUCATION: understanding topical ingredients, creating an individualized skincare regimen based on skin type and season and home-care

  • SCALP/FACE/BODY TREATMENTS: cosmetic acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, naturopathic facials

  • PHOTOTHERAPY: red light, blue light and infrared therapies

  • PHYSICAL MEDICINE: three pillars of fitness, exercise physiology and posture

  • ACUPUNCTURE: TCM and Western approaches

  • PARENTERAL THERAPY; IV therapy and B12 injections, COMING 2023 !

  • PRESCRIBING: BHRT and high dose supplementation, COMING 2023!

Determined on a case by case basis. Generally, a minimum of two appointments are required. During the first appointment all necessary case information is collected, assessments are performed and labs are ordered. At the second appointment (once all of your results are in), your recommended treatment plan and strategy will be presented. Once you have your treatment plan you then have the option to carry it out on your own or work with the naturopathic doctor through the treatment pipeline – at which point in time, treatment frequency and timelines will be discussed in detail. 

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about naturopathic medicine 
that we receive from our clients.

Please contact us if you have more questions. We are always here for you! 

What can I expect from my first visit with the Naturopath?

The first appointment is focused on collecting case information. This involves reviewing the intake form together, taking a detailed case history, performing assessments and ordering labs if necessary.

How many visits will I need?

This is determined on a case-by-case basis and whether you prefer to work through your treatment plan on your own or with the assistance of the naturopathic doctor.  

What conditions does Naturopathy treat?

See the naturopathic doctor for a specific concern or to complement LaserbodyMD services.



  • Skin concerns; hyperpigmentation, scarring, etc.
  • Skin conditions; acne, eczema, psoriasis, etc.
  • Aging and beauty
  • Hair loss, thinning, graying


  • Weight gain/loss
  • Conditions of metabolism: diabetes, thyroid and adrenal conditions, etc.
  • Fatigue



  • Libido
  • Symptoms associated with menopause
  • Mood/emotional well-being



  • Overall health optimization
  • Chronic/age-related disease prevention
  • Aesthetics
  • Biohacking

How much does it cost to see the Naturopath?

The treatment cost varies according to your unique situation. The Naturopath will consult with you ahead of time to advise you on the recommended treatment plan. 

Is Naturopathic medicine covered by OHIP?

Naturopathic medicine is not currently covered by OHIP but is covered by many extended healthcare plans. We provide receipts for reimbursement. 

How is naturopathic medicine regulated?

Naturopathic doctors are regulated by the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO) and are part of the regulated health professions of Ontario.  

What training and education does a Naturopath have?

Naturopathic doctors must have an undergraduate degree before completing four years of naturopathic medical training at an accredited institution.