Hi, I'm

Dr. Corey!

I'm a Naturopathic Doctor, Registered Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist

Every day in my practice, I meet women whose lives have been taken over by pain. Often they have been dismissed by other healthcare professionals. Regularly, there is a lack of understanding of our own bodies. Almost always, women are looking for simple and effective ways they can take back control of their health.

 

Your pain, your story, your experience, they matter. 

As a Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist and Registered Massage Therapist, I treat all my patients with excellent, individualized health care.
 

I am medically trained but naturally minded. I will diagnose your condition and treat it with natural medicines while discerning when it may be time to turn to conventional methods or not.

With over 20 years as a regulated healthcare provider, I am excited to continue my practice in the clinic and by virtual appointment with a special interest in Pelvic health (Pelvic pain, Urinary incontinence, Post-surgical healing, Low back pain), Preconception care, Fertility, Pregnancy and Postpartum care and Children’s health. I promote healthy living for the entire family and support parents through childhood illnesses with safe, effective, natural medicine so that children lead a healthy and happy life.

My passion is patient education and helping create a healthy balance in life. As a mother of three living in the Georgian Bay area, I understand the stresses and demands many women face. I am here to help you and your family by providing massage therapy and acupuncture while utilizing all the benefits of naturopathic medicine in a highly integrative manner.

Registered Massage Therapist

since 1999

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Registered Acupuncturist

since 2005

Naturopathic Doctor

since 2013

I’m on a mission to help women end pelvic suffering through education and integrative healthcare.

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Many women are forced to make decisions quickly without all the proper information that they need. I experienced this in my own life when my daughter was born. During the birth, I was told to stop pushing and an episiotomy was very quickly performed. Through this experience and working as a Doula for 20 years, I realized that often women don't know how to advocate for their own health and can easily become disconnected from their bodies.

As a women's health advocate, I believe in the power of education, so women can make informed decisions about their bodies and health. I take time to help my clients understand their options, which leads to better outcomes and recovery rates. 

My journey as a Pelvic Health Solutionist began as a Massage Therapist focused on prenatal and postpartum care. I added Acupuncturist to my toolkit to help women with fertility issues and extend my offerings to my clients. In 2012, I graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and started my practice as a Naturopathic Doctor.  By combining my knowledge of various disciplines, I'm able to support women with pelvic pain and help them find lasting results through an integrated approach to healthcare.

I provide patient-centred healthcare. Taking the time to slow down, listen and hear what my clients have to say is a key component to health. 

At the end of the day, we are all human beings with feelings, emotions and experiences and not a collection of symptoms. With a compassionate, thorough, integrative approach, I am able to treat you as a whole person and not the sum of your parts.

 

You are not defined by what you are experiencing. With you at the centre of my care, you are able to advocate for yourself and your family.

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Looking for a Guest Speaker?

Whether you're looking for someone to speak to a large group, a small gathering or as a guest on a podcast or show, I (Dr. Jennifer Corey ND RMT RAc) am a trusted voice with years of experience who is available to educate your audience on my "Circle of Care" approach. 

Reach out to me today to discuss ways I can speak to your group about my patient-centered practice.