• Recognized by the World Health Organization as a traditional medicine, naturopathy is an approach that aims to preserve and optimize an individual's overall health, as well as to support the body's functions through individualized coaching. 
  • Naturopathy uses natural, non-invasive therapies, always with a view to improving the quality of life and to do no harm.
  • It is also based on the principle that the body possesses an innate capacity to find balance and that the role of the naturopath is to support this natural process by providing the best possible conditions. 
  • As a complement to conventional medicine, the naturopathic approach enables us to work on the foundations, creating the best conditions for overall well-being.
  • The naturopathic approach is a collaborative effort with the naturopath, in which you become the main actor in the management of your health, using realistic, sustainable solutions tailored to your needs.


Naturopaths do not cure, treat or diagnose disease.

Complementary to conventional medicine, naturopathy can help alleviate health discomforts related to medication and/or chronic illness. Naturopathy is not a substitute for follow-up with your doctor. Any health concerns or symptoms should be discussed with your doctor before making an appointment.

 Naturopathic suggestions must be mentioned to your doctor at all times, during routine or follow-up appointments. 


Registered naturopaths are skilled at assessing potential imbalances in the body, and suggesting natural solutions to ease discomfort caused by functional health disorders, optimize quality of life or act preventively by redesigning lifestyle habits.


Registered naturopaths (ND.A.) are distinguished by their level of training and the oversight and regulation of their practice.

For more information: Association des Naturopathes du Québec