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Halton Integrative Women's Helath Centre

Halton Integrative Women's Helath Centre

Show Phone Number720 Guelph Line Suite 302, Burlington, ON, L7R 4E2Canada
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursday09:00 - 19:00
Friday
Saturday09:00 - 13:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

GP Consultation
Menopause Care
Women's Health Consultation
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About Halton Integrative Women's Helath Centre

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Provides

Acupuncture

Chiropractic

Fertility

General Practice

Holistic Health

Massage Therapy

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

General Practice

 
GP Consultation
 
Menopause Care
 
Women's Health Consultation

Fertility

 
Fertility Specialist Consultation
Fertility Test
 
Female Fertility
 
Male Fertility
 
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)

Physiotherapy

 
Kinesiology Taping
 
Physiotherapist Consultation

Massage Therapy

 
Massage
 
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
 
Pregnancy and Perinatal Massage
 
Swedish Massage (Relaxation)

Chiropractic

 
Chiropractor Consultation
 
Prenatal Chiropractic Care

Osteopathy

 
Myofascial Release
 
Osteopath Consultation

Acupuncture

 
Acupuncture Treatment
 
Acupuncturist Consultation
 
Fertility Acupuncture

Holistic Health

 
Holistic Health Consultation
 
HypnoBirthing
 
In her spare time, Dr. Glory enjoys doing yoga/meditation, and is known in her family for her great cooking & baking! She also became a mom to her daughter Sybella in November 2009 and Sullivan in
 
Yoga

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Dr Shahnaz Chowdhury

Job Title:
  Doctor
Biography:
B.Sc., M.Sc., ND. Clinic Director - Naturopathic Doctor. She is a renowned expert in the treatment of infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine along with Homeopathy and Botanical medicine. Her vision & goal for providing the most advanced and effective natural therapies to support patients during fertility treatments led to the emergence of a specialized centre – Halton Integrative Women’s Health Centre. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Prior to the ND program, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology at the University of Toronto, and then pursued her Master’s degree; specializing in cancer epidemiology. Dr. Chowdhury has always been passionate about women’s health and believes that empowering and inspiring patients is the root of healing process. Hence educating patients is the one of the key areas of focus in her practice. Through her work in numerous non-profit organizations, she brings to her practice many years of experience working with marginalized communities, advocating for accessible health care. Having worked in various community sectors, she understands the obstacles and challenges women face today in achieving great health. She specializes in fertility treatments, pre and post-natal care, thyroid disorders, autoimmune diseases, and hormone imbalances (PMS, PCOS, Menstrual irregularities, Premature Ovarian Failure, Menopause) with clinical focus in acupuncture, nutrition, biotherapeutic drainage, botanical medicine and homeopathy.

Dr HyunJung Oh

Job Title:
  Doctor
Biography:
Naturopathic Doctor. She is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and a certified Korean Hand Acupuncturist. She was born and raised in South Korea, where she received her Bachelor's degree in Buddhist Studies and Indian Philosophy. Pursuing her life-long passion for healing of the mind and body as a whole, she ventured to Toronto, Canada and entered the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She graduated from the college in 2011 receiving a graduation award for excellence in homeopathic medicine. From her clinical and personal experience, Dr.Oh has learned that women in our modern society go through transitional phases of life with dramatic physical, hormonal, emotional, mental and spiritual stress. Her naturopathic practice involves mindfulness meditation, guided imagery and various relaxation techniques in addition to acupuncture, herbs, homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage, and Bach flower remedies. She has extensive experience in teaching mindfulness meditation and relaxation techniques to people of all ages and of various challenging health conditions. She is also a practitioner and certified teacher of Tai-Chi/Qi-Gong and yoga. Dr. Oh is one of the few practitioners in the GTA who uses Korean Hand Acupuncture as well as body acupuncture to manage pain, and to achieve a balanced state of health in the mind and body. As a primary health care physician, she also treats a wide variety of health concerns such as digestive conditions, endocrine disorders, cardiovascular concerns, hormonal issues, and emotional and mental disorders.

Dr Glory Eidt

Biography:
Chiropractor. She is a third-generation Chiropractor who specializes in Network Spinal Analysis. She graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in 2001 after completing her prerequisites at University of Western Ontario. Dr. Glory’s passion is to provide wellness “coaching” for all families and individuals who are looking for the ultimate experience of health and well-being through Network Spinal Analysis – a cutting edge, modern Chiropractic technique. She also has extensive training in prenatal and pediatric protocols, and is certified in the Websters Breech-Turning Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. In her spare time, Dr. Glory enjoys doing yoga/meditation, and is known in her family for her great cooking & baking! She also became a mom to her daughter Sybella in November 2009 and Sullivan in August 2012 after great home birth experiences. Throughout your life, your body constantly creates tension in response to stress; physical, chemical, emotional or mental. This tension is entirely appropriate because it helps you rise to meet life’s challenges. However, when your body holds on to this tension it becomes restrictive and no longer appropriate. These restrictions impact your life and well-being. When your body is expending energy on holding tension, other processes are diminished; much like turning down a dimmer switch, the capacity of your internal organs, your immune system,and your brain’s pathways are reduced. This limits your ability to feel vital, to tune into your intuition, creativity, needs, and internal rhythms.Long held tension patterns can also result in symptoms as diverse as: anxiety, depression, lack of energy, poor sleep, poor digestion, headaches, and back pain. Symptoms are simply your body’s way to alert you that reassessment and change are necessary.
Show Phone Number720 Guelph Line Suite 302, Burlington, ON, L7R 4E2Canada