Expert in Women's health, Skin health, and Pain management using acupuncture and cold laser therapy.
We help with fatigue/burnout, candida, thyroid, PCOS, preconception, fertility, insulin resistance, PMS, Acne, Rosacea, Psoriasis, and Eczema.

Modalities: Naturopathic Consultations, Physical examinations, laboratory testing, Massage therapy, Acupuncture, Low laser therapy, Elaparomed FACIAL microcurrent treatment, Facial acupuncture, custom compounded tinctures & professional nutraceutical supplements.

 

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic consultations provide a unique opportunity for patients to address health concerns through a personalized, integrative, and patient-centered approach.

The First Visit

Your journey into naturopathic care begins with the initial consultation, which is designed to provide our Naturopathic Doctor Peterborough, Dr. Mariem Idrissi ND, MD (Morocco) with a comprehensive understanding of your health and wellness goals. During this visit, Dr. Mariem takes the time to listen, as the patient's input is highly valued in naturopathic medicine.

The first visit typically includes:
In-Depth History: You will be asked about your medical history, lifestyle, dietary habits, family health, and specific health concerns. This detailed information is vital for creating a personalized treatment plan.
Physical Examination: Dr. Mariem often performs physical exams to better understand your overall health and identify any physical symptoms or conditions.
Discussion of Goals: You and Dr. Idrissi will discuss your health goals, preferences, and any specific concerns you have about your current health status.
Treatment Plan: Based on the information gathered, Dr. Idrissi will develop a customized treatment plan that may include dietary recommendations, supplementation, herbal medicine, and other therapies.

Testing Procedures
Diagnostic testing plays a crucial role in naturopathic consultations. These tests help uncover underlying factors contributing to your health issues, allowing for a more precise and effective treatment plan. Some common testing methods in naturopathic medicine include:
Comprehensive Blood Tests: These may include measurements of various blood markers, such as cholesterol levels, hormone levels, and nutrient deficiencies.
Food Sensitivity Testing: Food sensitivity testing helps identify foods that may be contributing to inflammation or other health issues.
Hormone Testing: Hormone imbalances can lead to various health problems, and hormone testing can help pinpoint these issues.
Digestive Analysis: Tests like stool analysis and breath tests can reveal imbalances in gut health, which is often linked to various health conditions.
Functional Testing: These specialized tests assess the function of various body systems, such as the adrenal glands, thyroid, or liver.
Allergy Testing: Identifying allergens can be instrumental in managing allergies and related health conditions.
Naturopathic Therapies

Naturopathic medicine offers a wide range of therapies designed to treat the root causes of health issues and promote overall wellness. Some of the most commonly used naturopathic therapies include:
Nutrition: Proper nutrition is the cornerstone of naturopathic care. Naturopathic doctors provide dietary guidance to ensure you're getting the right nutrients for your specific health needs.
Supplements: Nutritional supplements are used to address nutrient deficiencies and support overall health. They can include vitamins, minerals, and other natural substances.
Herbal Medicine: Herbal remedies have been used for centuries to treat a wide range of health conditions. Naturopathic physicians may prescribe herbal formulas tailored to individual patient needs.
Acupuncture: Acupuncture is an ancient therapy that involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points on the body to promote balance and alleviate various health issues.
Hydrotherapy: This therapy uses water in various forms (e.g., hot and cold compresses, baths) to stimulate healing and improve circulation.
Homeopathy: Homeopathic remedies involve highly diluted natural substances that stimulate the body's innate healing abilities.
Lifestyle Counseling: Naturopathic physicians often provide guidance on lifestyle changes, stress management, and exercise routines to support overall well-being.

Naturopathic consultations offer a patient-centered approach to healthcare, emphasizing individualized treatment plans, comprehensive testing, and a wide range of natural therapies. Whether you're seeking to address a specific health issue or simply improve your overall well-being, naturopathic medicine provides a holistic approach to health and wellness that considers the whole person. If you're interested in exploring alternative healthcare options or looking for a more personalized approach to your health, a naturopathic consultation may be the right choice for you.

Homeopathy

In our homeopathic clinic In Peterborough Ontario, we practice Hahnemannian homeopathy, the original form of homeopathic treatment involving the matching of a patient’s physical and emotional symptoms with the most appropriate of some 3000 homeopathic remedies.

What is homeopathy?

The word Homeopathy is derived from the Greek words homeo, meaning “similar,” and pathos, meaning “suffering” (such as the pathology of a disease). Homeopathy operates on a law of nature - “like cures like”, and has been used clinically for more than 200 years. So what does “like cures like” mean? Hippocrates talked about it. It means that a patient suffering from symptoms can be treated and cured by doses of a substance (mineral, animal or plant) capable of producing similar symptoms in a healthy person.

Five hundred million people use homeopathy in the world – which according to the World Health Organization makes it the 2nd most commonly used form of alternative medicine.

Homeopathy can help strengthen the body to fight short-term illnesses such as colds, flu, earache, sore throats, and more. For chronic conditions like asthma, depression, autism, or arthritis

Homeopathic treatment provided at ANHC is covered by most extended healthcare plans.