From a young age, Dr. Nadia Saleem developed an earnest interest in wanting to help people. Graduating from York University with a Bachelor Science Honours degree in Biology, Nadia continued her long-standing passion for health and wellbeing by enrolling in the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. CCNM taught her how to help people with a medicine that integrates modern scientific knowledge with natural therapeutics. While enrolled, Nadia successfully completed internships at The Robert Schad Naturopathic clinic (Canada’s largest naturopathic teaching clinic), Queen west Community Health Centre, and Sherbourne Health Centre, where she focused on treating patients with HIV/ AIDS.
Dr. Nadia is an avid writer, speaker and health advocate in the community.
She enjoys working together with people to help them achieve their health goals using individualized treatment plans. She sees a wide array of conditions including stress, digestive disorders, hormonal imbalances, cardiovascular health, pain management, and holds a special interest in autoimmune and neurodegenerative conditions.