Dr Sarah Correa NDDr. Sarah Correa, ND discovered her passion for naturopathic medicine as a teenager after struggling with disordered eating. Navigating this journey sparked the realization of just how influential diet and nutrition are on our overall health and wellbeing. Her experiences ultimately inspired her firm belief that, in order for each individual to thrive, we must recognize the interplay of physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of health.

Philosophy

Dr. Sarah, ND champions individualized care and values the time she is able to spend with her patients, working together to identify the root causes of their health concerns.

She believes in the importance of an integrative, evidence-based approach to healthcare, combining conventional and natural therapeutics to optimize the care of each and every patient.

In order to best assist you on your personal health journey, Dr. Sarah, ND will conduct a thorough intake during your initial visit to better understand your health history and goals of working together. Some preliminary treatments may be provided at the end of your first visit, and in some cases, a request for blood work or other testing that can help determine the cause of your symptoms or concerns. Following your appointment, Sarah is dedicated to further investigating and researching your concerns in order to create a comprehensive treatment plan prior to your next visit.

Outside of the clinic, you can find Sarah in the yoga studio, reading, planning her next trip, trying out new baking recipes, or hunting for a new cafe to grab a cup of coffee… or two.

Clinical Focus and Interests

  • Women’s health through all life stages; menstrual cycle irregularities, perimenopause, menopause
  • Teen health, including disordered eating
  • Fertility optimization and infertility
  • Skin concerns including eczema and psoriasis
  • Thyroid health; supporting Dr. Katie’s thyroid patients

Qualifications

Dr. Sarah Correa, ND earned her undergraduate degree at McMaster University where she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biology with a Physiology Specialization. She subsequently completed her Doctor of Naturopathy degree at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) and is a licensed naturopathic doctor through the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO).

During her clinical internship at CCNM, she was selected to be part of a fertility and reproductive health focus shift which contributed to her interest in women’s health conditions, including endometriosis, menstrual concerns, perimenopause and menopause.

She is a professional member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). Currently, she is working towards being certified as a naturopathic doula.