HOMENATUROPATHIC SERVICESBIO & CONTACTFAQCONDITIONS

THE TRUTH ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE
 
ALLERGIES & ASTHMA
 
 
WOMAN'S HEALTH & FERTILITYANXIETY/DEPRESSION
 
DIGESTIVE DISORDERS
 
PEDIATRICS
 
SKIN CONDITIONS
 
ARTHRITIS
 
STRESS MANAGEMENT
 
WEIGHT ISSUES
 
FIBROMYALGIA & CHRONIC FATIGUE
 
 
Q. Are Naturopathic Doctors Primary Care Physicians?

A. YES. Naturopathic Doctors are considered primary care providers, and can      diagnose and treat most conditions.

Q. Are Naturopathic Doctors regulated?

A. YES. Dr. Burke Browman is board certified and licensed by the Province of Ontario. It is important you seek out a qualified Naturopathic Doctor to ensure the best quality of care.

Q. Do Naturopathic Doctors take all aspects of a patient's life into account,    
     including diet and lifestyle, before determining a treatment plan?

A. YES. Dr. Burke Browman will spend approximately 60-90 minutes in an initial     appointment gathering information pertaining to all aspects of a patient's life.  A physical exam, diet diary, and diagnostic tests are all used to complete a              full diagnostic assessment.

Q. Do Naturopathic Doctors provide individualized treatment plans?

A. YES. Dr. Burke Browman ensures that each treatment plan meets the unique     needs of the individual patient. By creating an individualized treatment plan, the goals of each patient can be addressed and achieved.

Q. Do Naturopathic Doctors work independently of Medical Doctors?

A. NO. Dr. Burke Browman works with the other health care providers to best meet the patient's needs.

Q. Are Naturopathic Services covered by health plans?

A. Most insurance companies do cover Naturopathic Medicine under the         extended health care plan. It is best to check with your provider.