About Tracy-Lynn: Tracy-Lynn has lived in north Durham County for the past several years as she finished her training to become an ND. She is a farm girl and the mother of two pre-school aged children who are her pride and joy. Her favorite things are cooking, walking in the sunshine, coastlines and the way the morning air smells in the first days of spring. Her goal is to share with others as she learns how to create health and balance amidst the chaos and stress of everyday life.
She sees patients at VC Athletic Therapy in Petawawa and also offers home visits for families with young children or other needs best met in their own homes. VCAT is a fully accessible multi-discinplinary clinic that aims to treat the cause of symptoms and create change for our clients! We want to get you back doing what you love and in the best health of your life!
Naturopathic Doctors are highly trained and licensed primary health care physicians. NDs in Ontario must have completed a minimum of 7 years of post-secondary education including 4 years at an accredited naturopathic medical college. Their training includes 4500 hours of education and training as well as 1500 hours of patient care and clinical experience. To maintain active licensed status all NDs in Ontario must meet or exceed a minimum number of continued clinical education hours every 2 years to ensure their training and knowledge is as current as possible. For more information on naturopathic medicine or the training of NDs please visit the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors at www.cand.ca
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