Dr. Sheldon Jordan, ND
At the age of 17, I had a glimpse of myself as a healer, with the vision of treating the body, mind, and spirit: the whole person. It took some time before I was introduced to Naturopathic medicine but the connection was instantaneous. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education degree, I moved to Toronto to attend the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, one of two accredited colleges in Canada. Graduating valedictorian of my class while starting a family, I felt compelled to move back to Alberta, where there is a need for naturopaths. The natural fit was Beaumont, a city with a small town feel, which respects its past while embracing a vibrant future, much like naturopathic medicine.
Naturopathic medicine is about finding the root cause of dis-ease, and working with the body’s ability to heal itself by supporting it. Together with my patients, we put together a plan that fits their needs and respects their values, whether it’s using nutrition, exercise, supplemental vitamins and minerals, herbal medicine, acupuncture, injection therapies, intravenous (IV) therapy, or other modalities.
Having a family practice, it is important to me to ensure that each member of the family can experience optimal health. I enjoy working to correct digestion, hormones (for both men and women), energy, stress, and any concerns that arise for children. In my training in naturopathic school, I trained under one of the pillars of the naturopathic oncology community and have a strong interest in assisting cancer patients from the beginning of cancer diagnosis, throughout treatment, and into prevention of recurrence or progression.
Shelly Taylor (Micro Current Advanced Practitioner)
Jami Danko, Certified Holistic Nutrition Counselor (C.H.N.C)
Jami Danko, Certified Holistic Nutrition Counselor (C.H.N.C) Growing up, as a Type 1 Diabetic and a student-athlete, diet and physical activity were a consistent focus in my life.
In university, my social life grew and my health was neglected. I battled with negative self-talk and became calorie obsessive. A few years later, wanting to become a mom, I regained my health and was able to have two successful pregnancies. I now have 2 boys aged 1 and 3.
It was becoming a mom when I really began to realize the importance of being well. After going back to school to pursue a certificate in holistic nutrition, it is now my hope to do the same for others, starting with food as a foundation for achieving wellness.
Dr. Patrick Bartoshyk
I’m Patrick Bartoshyk, and my passion is helping people become the strongest version of themselves – mentally, physically, and emotionally.
My career path and practice focus were shaped by a multitude of sporting and educational opportunities that exemplified the importance of a healthy body and healthy mind. While discovering the importance of translating modern science to guide preventive and therapeutic clinical practice decisions it became clear that all body systems, structures, and functions are interconnected in the healing and wellness continuum.
Stuff I Love
- Strength training
- Grey’s anatomy (mainly Dr. Grey)
- Billy Talent
- French fries
My areas of focus are:
- Pain elimination and tissue regeneration
- Sport and athletic performance
- Chronic digestive dysfunction
- Men’s health (mood imbalance, hormone decline, urogenital change)
I want to help you create a life with more health, confidence, & happiness, and less stress, pain, & insecurity.
Nichole Marie Cunningham
Nichole is a graduate from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy. She likes practicing a more therapeutic style of massage, focusing on finding the root of what is causing the pain and creating a treatment plan to effectively treat it. Her overall focus for treatments is for relieving pain, restoring range of motion, treating musculoskeletal conditions and increasing overall tissue health. Each treatment plan is specially made for each client’s individual goals and needs.
Jocelynn has had a personal interest in health and wellness. As a fitness instructor, she knows the importance of maintaining muscles and preventing injury to support an active lifestyle. Her easygoing nature can help clients choose the right treatment to meet their needs.
My name is Sydney Speer and I am in my final year of study in becoming a naturopathic doctor at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. I am excited to be joining Naturopathie as a naturopathic medical intern under the supervision of Dr. Sheldon Jordan ND for the month of November.
It wasn’t until I started my undergraduate degree, that I was introduced to Naturopathic medicine. After doing some more research and talking to several local naturopathic doctors, I knew that naturopathic medicine was exactly where I was meant to be. I feel strongly of the naturopathic principles of treating the cause of disease and treating the whole person, including the physical, mental and emotional aspects. As a Naturopathic Intern, I strive to empower patients to make informed decisions about their healthcare by providing them with evidence-based information.
I have a passion for working with the pediatric population and their families. After completing additional courses in pediatric health, I was selected for the competitive pediatric shift. I work under naturopathic doctors who are leading the profession in pediatric health. I feel pediatric care is the foundation of preventative medicine. By helping families adopt healthy habits, we can
help prevent disease and health problems.
In addition to working with the pediatric population, I also enjoy working with women’s health, mental health, digestive concerns, stress management and weight loss. I have obtained additional training and am certified in cosmetic acupuncture.
I am honoured to be your naturopathic intern and am looking forward to helping some of you in your healthcare needs.