Naturopathic Medicine Week 2012 – Events in Ottawa

Naturopathic Medicine Week is a national event that takes place the second week in May.  Naturopathic Doctors will be hosting FREE events in their communities to educate members about naturopathic medicine, disease prevention and health promotion.

This year’s Naturopathic Medicine Week is from May 7-13, 2012

You are invited to join me for the following FREE events to celebrate Naturopathic Medicine Week:

Naturopathic Medicine for the Modern Woman

Dr. Ellen Simone, ND

Monday, May 7, 2012 at 7-8:30pm

Ottawa Public Library – Alta Vista Branch

2516 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa, K1V 7T1

Join Dr. Simone as she discusses naturopathic treatments for supporting women through different phases of their lives; to regulate the menstrual cycle, ease PMS symptoms, optimize fertility, provide support during and after pregnancy, maintain breast health and welcome menopause.

 

Spring Cleaning: Strategies for Detoxifying Your Body

Dr. Ellen Simone, ND & Gwen Holm, RHN

Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 7-8pm

Ottawa Public Library – Alta Vista Branch

2516 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa, K1V 7T1

Learn about the impact of environmental toxins on your health.  Strategies to decrease exposure to environmental toxins and support your body’s natural ability to detoxify will be discussed.  Find out your level of toxic burden by completing the ‘Detoxification Questionnaire.”

 

Integrative Treatments for Headache

Dr. Ellen Simone, ND & Dr. Kirk Andrew, DC

Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 7-8pm

Ottawa Public Library – Alta Vista Branch

2516 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa, K1V 7T1

Discover your options for relieving tension headache and migraine symptoms through an individualized and integrative approach using nutrition, herbal medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic care and massage therapy.

All Naturopathic Medicine Week events here in Ottawa:

 http://www.cand.ca/Ontario.nmwon.0.html#743

Naturopathic Medicine Week events across Canada: 

http://www.cand.ca/Naturopathic_Medicine_Week.nmw.0.html?&L=0