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Looking for good physicians in Ontario, Canada--does anyone have any recommendations?

By February 19, 2010 - 11:04am
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Hello! I've been in contact with a reader who lives in Canada. As you'll see from her email below, she is trying to find a good doctor/specialist in her area who can help her and she's okayed my posting her question here to see if anyone can possibly help with recommendations of someone to see in her town. Please see her email below--I will send her this link so she can monitor it for replies. Thank you so much!!

"I live in Guelph Ontario Canada and I am looking for someone who can accurately access my problems. I am 51 and I like you have these joint pains, trouble sleeping, severe headaches, tiredness etc. My doctor is not very good so I did my own research because I like to find out what I have first before being medicated and also I prefer to go herbal and natural first. I went to a rheumatologist and was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia but now wonder if it is just Menopause (as they have almost the identical symptoms). I would like to have my hormone levels checked and if necessary go on some form of hormone therapy but its finding a qualified doctor. There are so many doctors that just want to give you a pill and hope you go away. Well there is not just one pill or treatment that fits all. Could you recommend any specialists in my area that I could contact?"

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Alison - Based on what you've said about what the reader is seeking, she may want to look into seeing a naturopathic physician, and to check out the Natural Care Family Clinic in Cambridge, Ontario. http://www.naturalcareclinic.info/your_ND.html

February 19, 2010 - 6:54pm
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