Science-based, personalized naturopathic care
One of the great benefits of naturopathic care is the ability to get to know our patients individually; their stresses and anxieties, health challenges and unique needs. Whether my patients are coming to see me for hormonal, mood, or sleep problems, have a more complicated concern like chronic or ‘long COVID’ fatigue syndromes, fibromyalgia or an autoimmune disorder, or who are concerned about familial disease risk(s), my goal is the same, to develop an individual treatment plan so we can achieve the best outcomes possible.
This can all be accomplished without the need to take a handful of supplements every day, or do expensive 'functional' testing that won't significantly change your treatment.
A collaborative approach
Responsible naturopathic care should collaborate with other members of your health care team. This ensures that all the things you are doing to improve your health are working cooperatively.
I may be your ideal ND if:
You would like to discuss natural approaches based on current naturopathic best practices and evidence-informed care based on sound science.
You would like to learn how to manage your health in a sustainable way.
You want an ND who will work in cooperation with your family doctor, nurse practitioner or specialist(s), and your current medications.
You currently live in Ontario or Quebec.
About the doctor: Marianne Trevorrow, MA ND
I am a naturopathic doctor registered with College of Naturopaths of Ontario who has been in practice since 2006. I'm originally from BC, and did my ND training at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA, where we are trained do primary care medicine with a preventative focus.
In my practice, I focus on patients with complex pain and reproductive issues, including people with endometriosis, PCOS, infertility, menstrual cycle problems, PMDD, menopausal problems, as well as pelvic pain syndromes in patients at all stages of their reproductive life. My complex care practice also works with digestive and autoimmune disorders, including, IBS/IBD, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, MS/SLE and now long-COVID. I've been extensively trained in trauma-informed care through the Institute for HealthCare Communication (I'm on their faculty and teach other health care providers), and from my own multi-cultural family bring a unique understanding of patients from a variety of backgrounds. My practice is also 2SLGBTQ+ friendly and queer/trans aware.
Since 2018, I've been balancing my clinical work with being Editor-in-Chief of CAND Journal, the professional journal of the Canadian Naturopathic Association, which is now online and indexed internationally. I've written for several peer-reviewed Integrative medical journals and I have my own blog here, as well as links to my archived Editor's letters for CANDJ (coming soon).
I also support and practice whole food/plant-based eating for good health and disease prevention, as well as being more sustainable for our environment and the health of our planet.
If you are interested in learning more about my approach, or whether my practice is the right fit for your particular condition or health goals, I encourage you to book a complimentary consult with me.