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Dr. Selene Wilkinson, ND

Dr. Selene Wilkinson, ND
"I treat the person, not the disease believing that with guidance, when the body is ready it can return to an optimum health state.  In order  to do this, I work with my patients so that together we can understand the root cause of their health concerns through questioning, physical exams and testing. With this information, it becomes easier to understand and treat all areas of ones health including the mind, body and spirit."
Dr. Selene Wilkinson is the Owner, Clinic Director and Senior Naturopathic Doctor at Lemon Water Wellness and Senior Naturopathic Medical Consultant at the Medcan Clinic. In addition, Selene is a certified IV Therapist and Doula who has developed strong clinical experience in weight loss, skin issues, allergies, women's health, fertility as well as digestive and hormonal issues. Selene has an integrated approach to her practice through incorporating a wide variety of treatment modalities such as Vitamin IV therapy, acupuncture, Asian medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, botanical medicine, physical medicine and lifestyle counselling. Selene graduated from The University of Western Ontario and following this, completed her four-year degree in Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Selene has additional training in Homeopathy at The Toronto School of Homeopathy, and in the use of BioIndentical Hormones and Thyroid treatments.
In addition to Selene being a guest speaker on a number of TV shows, she has been a speaker and a writer for Women of Influence and has been a writer for MSN Canada. Selene enjoys lecturing about various topics related to Naturopathic Medicine and environmental issues. Selene is an active member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the Association of Perinatal Naturopathic Doctors, as well as the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

In Ontario, Naturopathic Doctors have at least eight years of post-secondary education, graduate from one of the six accredited educational institutions in North America, receive their professional licensing from the College of Naturopaths of Ontario, as well as complete and pass two sets of international licensing exams.