Dr. Nancy Rebellato, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor with 15 years of experience diagnosing and treating adults, children and seniors with acute, chronic and complicated health conditions using natural means.
While Dr. Nancy has experience treating many health conditions, including digestion and women's health, she has special expertise in preventing and treating Alzheimer's Disease, stroke, acid reflux and stress management.
Along with diagnosing, preventing and treating these conditions, she also teaches workshops on topics such as Preventing Alzheimer's Disease for the Upper Grand School Board (UGSB)'s Continuing Education and is available to teach workshops at private business and the government sector.
Dr. Nancy lectures widely on the topic of Alzheimer's Disease (including the Alzheimer Society's Health Mind Expo in Windsor and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors Convention in Toronto.)
The natural therapies used by Dr. Nancy include:
- Counseling (lifestyle, nutrition, stress management, financial organization, couples counselling)
- Clinical Nutrition
- Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture
- Homeopathic Medicine
- Physical Therapies (manipulation of joints and soft tissue, CransioSacral Therapy, Bowen Therapy)
Naturopathic medicine is a complete and coordinate approach to health that focuses on finding and treating the cause of disease. Naturopathic Doctors are medically and clinically trained and licensed first, do no harm and to treat the whole person using natural therapies and harnessing the healing power of nature. Education and prevention are key components of naturopathic medicine and Naturopathic Doctors are trained to refer when necessary.
BIO - Dr. Nancy Rebellato, ND, HBCom, BA
For 13 years Prior to beginning her practice in Guelph, Dr. Nancy was the Clinic Director at Rebellato Health Centre in Sudbury, Ontario.
As a pioneer of naturopathic medicine in Northern Ontario, Dr. Nancy treated over 1000 patients, including women, children and seniors, and assisted in bringing natural care and dentistry to seniors with Alzheimer's disease into nursing homes.
Dr. Nancy hopes to help more people in Southern Ontario, especially through the treatment of people with Alzheimer's, stroke, and through stress management.