About Main Street Naturopathic Clinic in Moose Jaw, SK

What is Naturopathic Medicine?

Did you know that licensed naturopathic doctors attend four years of accredited medical schools and are trained as primary care providers? However, what sets them apart from your walk-in clinic doctors is they don’t just give drugs to suppress the symptoms they spend the time and get to know you and your body, providing the greatest benefit with the least potential for damage.

Here at Main Street Naturopathic Clinic, we look through the symptoms to find the root cause and then create a personalized treatment plan that will be manageable for you and your lifestyle.

THE ORIGINAL PATIENT-CENTERED CARE

The Naturopathic Therapeutic Order™ identifies the natural order in which all therapies should be applied to provide the greatest benefit with the least potential for damage. The Therapeutic Order™ characterizes the natural order that naturopathic therapies can be utilized in order to maximize benefit and reduce the potential for damage or harm.

Treatments are chosen specifically for each patient, taking into consideration their physical, psychological, environmental and lifestyle factors, and emphasize prevention and self-care,

Naturopathic medicine is now recognized as one of the original systems of medicine offering safe, effective patient-centered care that is a vital part of healthcare in the twenty-first century.

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Dr. Lynn Chiasson - Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Chiasson is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Manitoba and a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, ON.

She opened her practice in Moose Jaw, SK in 2003, and in January 2012, she moved her practice to open her own clinic on Main Street. Dr. Chiasson has welcomed to her clinic patients from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and continues to accept new patients.

Dr. Chiasson has had great success with her nutritional plans and many patients have seen a huge improvement in their weight, blood pressure, blood sugars and cholesterol levels. She also specializes in issues of the gut, including gas and bloating, IBS and C-Difficile. Dr. Chiasson offers her patients Bio-Feedback Scans, hormone & allergy testing, nutritional counselling and has added iV therapy to her list of protocols.

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Tamara Morgan - Certified Colon Hydrotherapist & Clinic Manager

Tamara is Main Street Naturopathic Clinic's Manager and Colon Hydrotherapist and is the smiling face that greets you as you walk into our clinic. Certified under the Canadian Natural Health & Healing Center in Toronto, She completed her certification with high marks and is a great addition to our clinic.

 

Her cheerful voice will also be answering your calls and booking your appointments, and is here to help you when purchasing supplements. She is helpful and friendly and you will feel welcomed as you come through the door.

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New Patients Welcome

Before beginning any treatment with Main Street Naturopathic Clinic in Moose Jaw, we encourage all of our patients to fill out our new patient form so we can get some background information to help treat you better.

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Naturopathic Medicine blends centuries-old traditional and natural healing with current advances in the study of health, covering all aspects of your family's health.

Naturopathic medicine concentrates on whole-patient wellness. The naturopathic philosophy is to stimulate the healing power of your body and get to the root of your problem.

Address

  Main Street Naturopathic Clinic

     616 Main St N,

     Moose Jaw, SK, S6H 3K4

Contact information

Phone: 306-692-6160

Fax: 306-692-6164

Email: mainnatclinic@gmail.com

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Summer Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Friday – Saturday – Sunday Closed

Winter Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Saturday – Sunday Closed

Reduced Holiday Hours

August 5: Closed for Saskatchewan Day

September 3: Closed for Labour Day

October 8: Closed for Thanksgiving Day

November 12: Closed for Remembrance Day

December 24, 25 & 26: Closed for Christmas Holidays

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