Clinical Care

Our team of regulated health-care practitioners have training in naturopathic oncology, family therapy, physiotherapy, psychiatry, crisis management, nutrition, acupuncture, massage therapy, lymphedema and lymphatic drainage, exercise therapy and yoga. We work with our patients and their families to help decrease the side effects of cancer treatment; improve energy, well-being and overall quality of life; balance the body’s immune system; support the mind, body and spirit in the healing process; and provide strategies for cancer prevention and health maintenance. 

At BNTC, senior clinic interns work under the direct supervision of regulated naturopathic doctors to provide health care for you and your family. You receive the naturopathic health care you need while our interns gain valuable clinical experience. As the teaching clinic of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, we offer a wide variety of naturopathic treatments and services.

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary health care that addresses the root cause of illness or disease. Promoting wellness and prevention, naturopathic medicine harnesses science to unleash nature's healing power. It uses natural techniques and therapies to diagnose and treat both acute and chronic conditions. Naturopathic medicine plays an important role in integrative health care. Therapies can be used on their own or in conjunction with conventional medical treatments.