Dr. Lisa Watson, ND

 

Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Lisa Watson completed her pre-medical training at the University of Western Ontario in London with a Bachelors degree in Health Sciences (BHSc). Following this, she completed the four year full-time program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto where she received the designation of Naturopathic Doctor (ND).

Lisa first encountered Naturopathic Medicine when investigating her own health issues during her teen years. A natural health care model that supports the body, mind, and spirit for a lifetime was a good fit for this aspiring doctor.

Lisa’s practice integrates natural treatments backed by traditional knowledge and cutting-edge scientific research to enhance the health of her patients and prevent future illness.  She provides thoroughly researched treatment options for each individual patient in her practice.

Dr. Watson maintains a general family practice in the Old Town Toronto neighbourhood of Toronto. She welcomes patients across the lifespan and has a special interest in pediatrics, adolescents, fertility, pregnancy, menopause, and women’s health.

Dr. Watson is licensed by the Board of Directors of Drugless Therapy – Naturopathy. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

Lisa maintains an active blog at www.drlisawatson.com where she posts weekly articles on health and wellness.  Lisa has published articles in the Naturopathic Doctors News and Review and has been interviewed for numerous publications, including Chatelaine and Todays Parent, and has appeared on Global News and Global Toronto.

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