In addition to my private practice, I currently supervise patient care by interns in their 4th and final year of Naturopathic education at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (RSNC) in North York. This is a teaching facility and as such, you will work with the intern, under my direct supervision and collaboration. This may provide a more affordable option for Naturopathic care.
Appointments on my shifts at the RSNC are available Wednesday's and Saturday's 9am-1pm
Location: 1255 Sheppard Ave East, Toronto, M2K 1E2
To book an appointment, call 416-498-9763 or email email@example.com. Please note that visits are occurring primarily virtually (phone or video). In person care is available for more urgent treatment needs.
For more information about the RSNC (what to expect, directions, rates, etc), click here.
Hello! My name is Tina and I am an intern at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic. I have always been passionate about health and wellness, and fell in love with being active at a very young age. I was always involved in extracurricular sports, but it wasn’t until I got older that I decided to pursue a career in health care.
As a naturopathic intern, I am excited to work with people towards achieving their health care goals. I am fascinated by the complexity and resilience of the human body and look forward to educating people about health and wellness, while contributing to a community where people can feel comfortable exploring their own health. I have special interests in gut and skin health, women’s health, fertility concerns and sports medicine. The thing that drew me to naturopathic medicine was that there is a special focus on individualized care. Everyone is different and treatments should reflect that! Our diversity is something to be valued, appreciated and celebrated. Always excited to meet new people!
My name is Paige, yes like in a book, but with an ‘I’ because I am no object! I was born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the best coast in Canada. I have a degree in history and French donc, si vous voulez un rendez-vous en français, on peut s’organiser. Aside from reading and devoting a significant of time to my naturopathic studies, I enjoy reading, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family, even if it occurs virtually. I am interested in helping you achieve health goals you may have been saving for future you, so future you can live without the concerns of past you. While I enjoy working with mental health, chronic conditions, and digestion, I am more than willing to help out with any category of health that may be causing issues or preventing you from your aspirations. So let’s get to your best life shall we?
Hi, my name is Midori and I was born and raised in Toronto, but I call Thunder Bay my home. I enjoy spending time in nature: canoeing, gardening, and hiking. I have spent a number of years working in kitchens and love to cook (when I have the time!). I was drawn to Naturopathic Medicine after having thyroid cancer. Naturopathic Medicine has helped me maintain balance by approaching my health holistically and collaboratively with functional medicine. I hope to further exemplify the tenets of naturopathic medicine, through educating my patients, looking at them holistically, by taking into consideration their mental/emotional/physical selves, creating individualized treatments, while keeping the health of the planet in mind when making recommendations. I have begun my clinical internship at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic, located in Toronto.
Areas of interest:
~ Menstrual irregularities
~ Mental health // Stress management
~ Digestive concerns
~ Endocrine health
~ Wanting to feel even better!
My name is Angelica, and I am a first-generation Filipino-born Canadian in my family. My parents immigrated to Toronto when I was 6, hoping for better opportunities for me and my little sister. Like my parents, I am a dreamer and a believer that good things come to those who do not wait but work hard. I grew up learning how important it is to study and work to be successful.
In my final year studying Biomedical Sciences at University of Guelph, my mom got sick. I supported her as she saw different doctors and specialists before she worked with a naturopathic doctor who introduced her to IV therapy. It helped my mom feel better, but it was a short-lived fix that wasn’t financially sustainable.
This experience challenged me to learn, ask questions, and find other ways to heal. Most importantly, I learned how essential it is to be your own health advocate, as well as for our loved ones.
My role as your naturopathic intern is to help, listen and decipher what your body is saying. Our bodies have evolved to heal and adapt to challenges, and symptoms are how our body communicates with us when something is wrong. Rather than covering or ignoring those signs, we must find the underlying cause of disease and address the key pillars of health. Using an individualized treatment plan that fit your needs, we will work together to achieve your health goals.
I have a special interest in digestive concerns, mental health, sleep disturbances, autoimmunity, and chronic illnesses.
Alex is a cheerful person who is passionate about helping others. She first became interested in health when she was a competitive dancer and learned how nutrition affected her performance. This lead her to attaining her undergraduate degree in kinesiology and a diploma in fitness and health promotion. Although Alex had been seeing an ND for her entire life, she didn’t think about pursing naturopathic medicine until her 4th year of undergrad. Now she is absolutely loves working with patients at the RSNC and one day hopes to work within the GTA. Alex currently has a special interest in skin concerns (especially acne), gut health and sleep, however she is excited to work with many other concerns as well. When Alex is not working she enjoys hiking, watching movies, dancing in her kitchen and playing Pokémon. Fun Fact, Alex spent a couple years of her childhood living in Los Angeles, California!