Meet Dr. Terrin Kuntz, ND (pronounced Koo-ntz)
When it comes to empowering patients to love and care for themselves, Dr. Kuntz is a devoted health enthusiast.
Dr. Kuntz, ND, is a fully qualified Naturopathic Doctor who is licensed, registered, insured and in good standing with the College of Naturopaths in Ontario. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors. Dr. Kuntz has a Bachelor of Health and Science Degree and a Diploma in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Dr. Kuntz is passionate about natural therapies helping patients optimize their health and meet their personal wellness goals. Dr. Kuntz creates custom treatment plans using a variety of modalities such as Botanical Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Counselling, Nutrition, Guided Meditation, Hydrotherapy and Lifestyle Modifications.
On a personal level, Dr. Kuntz enjoys the outdoors, yoga, cooking, and researching new protocols. She has a passion for health, loves sharing her knowledge in this area and looks forward to assisting you in your health journey!
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The health of this complex and essential body system relies on a combination of whole-body variables, including proper enzymatic function, nutrient absorption, microbiota (the body’s natural microorganisms) balance, tissue health, and elimination of waste. Trained to treat the whole person and address the root causes of symptoms, naturopathic doctors excel at treating GI conditions.
Naturopathic treatment is based on the symptomatic presentation of the individual; thus, the treatment for each patient differs. Assessment and treatment plans to improve stamina and decrease symptoms may include healthy habits, lab exams, detox, nutrients, and/or herbal therapy. Fatigue can be debilitating. With time and adherence to a well-laid-out treatment plan, naturopathic doctors can help you build back to optimal health.
Naturopathic doctors understand that no two people are alike due to genetic biochemical individuality making treatment plans complex and multi-modal. However, the primary factor in treatment is to identify the toxic source and remove it. Avoidance alone can make a notable difference in a patient’s symptoms. Next, targeted therapeutics depends on the individual’s genetic make-up, biochemical, and metabolic needs.
The term “women’s health” encompasses a broad range of conditions. Rather than offering a pharmaceutical approach often encountered through the conventional medical system, the tenets of naturopathic medicine, including “treat the root cause,” offering women an avenue through which to address their health concerns in a more holistic manner. Naturopathic strategies seek to restore proper hormone balance and bodily function.
The type of food you eat and exercise you do is critical to weight loss, but equally important is how your body is functioning. Naturopathic Doctors work with your body to achieve weight loss, not against it.
There is an undeniable relationship between emotional and mental health and our physical wellbeing. The relationship between diet, physical activity and stress is a deeply interconnected cycle. Approaches to managing stress are "patient-centric"; but, all are rooted in the naturopathic principle of treating the cause.
“The healer you have been looking for is your own courage to know and love yourself completely.”
— Yung Pueblo