Naturopathic bioidentical Hormone SupportWhat is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)?

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for Men & Women, also known as BHRT is a term used to describe the treatment of hormone deficiencies in women caused by menopause. Bioidentical treatments use only molecules that are identical to the endogenous hormones found in the human body.

Naturopathic Bioidentical hormonal support is different from traditional hormone replacement therapy which includes animal-derived and invented molecules that are similar to, but not identical to human hormones. Naturopathic Bioidentical hormonal support is also used more generally to describe the practice of using botanical medicines and homeopathics to support the hormones.

Some advantages of Naturopathic Bioidentical hormonal support include:

  • Improved look and feel of hair and skin
  • Weight loss
  • Improved sex drive
  • Improved mental health
  • Lower cholesterol levels
  • Decreased risk of osteoporosis
  • Decreased risk of heart attack and stroke
  • And so much more

What conditions can be treated using Naturopathic bioidentical hormonal support?

  • Menopause
  • Perimenopause
  • Andropause
  • Thyroid
  • Weight Loss Resistance
  • Adrenal Fatigue

Dr. Enzo Diana has been treating patients using Naturopathic Bioidentical hormonal support for over 19 years. To learn more or speak with Dr. Diana about the treatments and testing please contact MNHC Naturopathic & Medispa Clinic and Simcoe Natural Health And Education Centre.

Dr. Thompson Medical Doctor studied under the renowned bioidentical hormone specialist Dr. Neal Rouzier, MD of WorldLink Medical completing her Hormone Optimization Training. She draws on her vast experience with complex patients with a special interest in a holistic approach to medicine. Widely read on such topics as chronic fatigue and autoimmune conditions. She is in good standing with the TruBalance Healthcare Canada BHRT Physicians Network.
Dr. Thompson studied medicine at the University of the West Indies Mona Campus in Jamaica, graduating in 1994. She worked locally as an intern and medical officer from 1995 to 1999, then migrated to Canada 1999. Dr. Thompson was accepted to the Ontario International Medical Graduate Program from 2000 – 2002. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto 2002 – 2004. Since 2004 she has worked in different medical practices located in the communities of Scarborough, Brampton, and North York. Dr. Thompson now practices privately with Bioidentical Hormones for men & women at The Markham Natural Health Centre. Her training in the Optimization of Bioidentical Hormone Therapy allows her to apply her skills in menstrual and post menstrual, thyroid imbalance, chronic fatigue and depression among other conditions for women along with training in Andropause (the male menopause) for men.