Mission. To empower people with the tools and knowledge needed to take control of their health.
How I became a naturopathic doctor.
I started my career as an Engineer. While I loved the problem solving aspects of engineering the subject material, gas compressors, cooling fans and engines, did nothing to inspire me. After a couple of unfulfilled years working as an engineer, I decided to quit my job and travel to South America.
My year spent in South America opened my eyes to a more integrated form of medicine, the use of herbs and vitamins routinely used along side of drugs. I left South America determined to become a doctor. Before entering medical school I had to return to undergraduate university to complete some prerequisite courses in biology, biochemistry and organic chemistry.
During this time I became more and more interested in natural medicine because my own health concerns were better addressed by herbs, supplements and diet. A herbalist encouraged me to explore the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. I haven’t looked back since. After completing the four year, full time Naturopathic program, my husband and I moved to his hometown of Lacombe so he could take over his family farm. I live on the farm with my husband and three young children.
I am committed to helping people feel better so that they can do the things in their lives that fuel their passions. Many of my patients suffer from depression, anxiety, fatigue, pain, and digestive problems that are interfering with their quality of life. With my help, many are able to feel better and enjoy their lives in a way they hadn’t realized they could.
Why I work with health conscious women and their families
I am a busy working mother and I know how hard it is to take care of everyone else and still have the energy left over to take care of yourself. I see women every day that are struggling to keep everything together and it is very personally fulfilling to help them.
You are responsible for the health of your body and mind. No matter what the external influences in your life, you are in control of your thoughts, action, and feeling and how you take care of your body.
Education / Training
I have an undergraduate degree in Engineering. I graduated from the Canadian College of Nauropathic Medicine, am licensed with the Alberta College of Naturopathic Doctors and I am a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors. My rigorous schooling and licensing is assurance that have to knowledge to provide safe and effective treatments.
Dr. Day’s treatment was very simple, easy to take and my husband saw almost instant relief. Now, his digestion is very healthy and it is much easier to do the things we love to do.
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