A doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) is one who treats the cause of a sickness by ways of examining, diagnosing and treating the cause of disease. A naturopath does not treat based on symptoms only. The Naturopath uses natural therapeutic enzymes, herbs, minerals, amino acids, vitamins and homeopathy, to encourage the natural healing process of the body’s own vital force, to establish good lasting health.
The biggest myth in the world is the one that says "It takes long time to feel better with naturopathic treatments. It is outrageously inaccurate to believe in myths.
To be licensed, a Naturopathic Doctor must complete at least three years of pre-medical studies at an accredited university, four years at an accredited naturopathic college and then pass a rigorous provincial board exam.
Fateh Srajeldin BSc., N.D. is a Graduate of the Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto which was later named (Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine). Currently, he is the director of two naturopathic clinics in Toronto and Caledon East as well as Cornwall, Ontario.
His advanced approach to enhance the cellular detoxification and the organic revitalization simultaneously has earned him world-wide recognition in the field of naturopathic medicine.