Dr Jennah Miller, Naturopath Downtown Toronto

Focusing on treating Low Energy, Digestion, Fertility and Hormonal Symptoms

Our Naturopathic Clinic Practice Philosophy

Aches Away Toronto’s Naturopathic Clinic focus on primary care, not only involves the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of acute disorders and chronic illnesses, but functions to support each patient’s ability to self-heal.

Working to identify the root causes of disease rather than simply treating the symptoms present means the Naturopathic Clinic is meant to be transformative in nature for the patient.

Naturopth Toronto Dr. Jennah Miller creating treatment plans for her patients
Dr Jennah is a highly trained Women’s Health Naturopath in Toronto

When considering her Naturopathic Treatments for fertility, periods, hormones or pregnancy support, Dr. Jennah looks at the whole individual to take into account the range of lifestyle choices that may lead to chronic illness instead of looking at just one component of a patient’s health history.

By considering a patient’s sleep and eating habits, levels of stress, exercise habits and mental health, the full picture of health can guide a naturopathic doctor’s ability to construct a health plan which identifies the root cause of symptoms.

Do we have the Best Naturopath in Toronto for you?

We believe so. Here at Aches Away of Toronto, our resident Naturopathic doctor, Dr. Jennah Miller, provides multiple solutions to the healthcare puzzle. Focusing on women’s wellness issues, her brand of medicine invites women to freely express their needs in a compassionate environment to empower their bodies. Her Naturopathic approach centres on identifying the obstacles facing a healthful lifestyle to bring balance back to her patients, since good health should be the body’s natural state of being.

Our Downtown Toronto Naturopathic Clinic focus areas below to choose the best treatment available. Aches Away Toronto is a health clinic with Massage therapy, Osteopathic therapy, Acupuncture, Naturopathy, Nutrition and Posture improvement. We invite you to see how our interdisciplinary approach to health can modify your lifestyle and bring you well being–mind, body and soul!

Our Naturopathic Medicine Treatment Areas


Tired person looking for Naturopathic Treatment for Sleep and Fatigue
Dr. Jennah has provided several patients with Naturopathic Remedies for sleep and Fatigue

Naturopath for Sleep Issues, Low Energy and Chronic Fatigue

Low Energy and Fatigue: Let’s identify and treat the underlying causes of your low energy and fatigue, without adding sugar, caffeine or energy drinks into the mix! Dr. Jennah will examine your lifestyle habits to ensure a healthy foundation of sleep, diet, and exercise is in place and make recommendations to improve the quality of your life.

If lab tests indicate concern about adrenal fatigue, or iron deficiency, Dr. Jennah can provide healthful natural approaches to address hormonal or nutrient deficiencies and ramp up your energy levels.

Dr. Jennah’s top 4 causes of fatigue:


Naturopathy for gas, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation

Digestive Disorders. Health begins with our gut and improper digestive function can obliterate your zest for life. If you are frequently constipated, food intolerant, bloated, or suffer irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), or acid reflux, then the complicated nature of our body’s “second brain” may have you baffled. Let Dr. Jennah investigate your digestive profile to identify the causes for your discomfort and get rid of that ‘rumbly in your tumbly’ once and for all. Learn more


Naturopathy for Stress, Panic, SAD and Postpartum

Anxiety, Depression and Mental Health: Can life get any more fast paced? If the overload of life’s challenges has your mental state in constant fight or flight mode or if you recently experienced a traumatic life event that you need help to cope with, you will find a safe, judgement-free space with Dr. Jennah as she can suggest a treatment approach to improve mental clarity and combat anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), chronic stress, panic attacks. You will find a trusted partner in Dr. Jennah and regain control over mental health. Learn more

Dr. Jennah’s top 4 check-ups for Anxiety


Girl on bike looking for Endometriosis Naturopath Treatment
Effective Treatment for Endometriosis is possible. Endometriosis Naturopath Dr. Jennah Miller can help alleviate your symptoms

Naturopathy for Endometriosis, Fibroids, PMS and Periods

Whether you need help treating period pain, PMS, endometriosis, fibroids, or post birth control syndrome; naturopathy can guide your treatment and healing. Hormone levels such as estrogen and progesterone play a pivotal role in your body’s reproductive function. If you suffer through irregular or heavy periods and need support to balance your hormones, these concerns are at the heart of what Dr. Jennah is all about since she adores working with women to take command of their bodies and learn to love being a woman all over again. Learn more

Dr. Jennah’s top 4 assessments for Menstrual issues


Naturopathy for labour prep, pregnancy nutrition and hormonal care

Healthy Pregnancy:For your baby bump. When you’re pregnant, it’s like the body you once knew checked out and some interloper took command to push every button available. If you aren’t prepared for the havoc pregnancy hormones cause, you need caring guidance to help you through morning sickness, pregnancy nutrition, hemorrhoids, constipation, fatigue, group B strep prevention, urinary tract infections (UTIs) with a partner who can offer immune system support as well. Dr. Jennah can provide you general pregnancy education and labour preparation before your big day so you can feel healthy and be confident you have given your baby the best start possible! Learn more


Naturopathy for infertility, PCOS, Egg Quality, Pregnancy Loss

Fertility Help:For when it isn’t going according to plan. When you make the choice to grow your family and it isn’t happening how you envisioned, there are answers to infertility. Dr. Jennah’s pre-conception support is guided by experience with a wide range of fertility related issues including polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), diminished ovarian reserve, egg quality issues, premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), luteal phase defect, recurrent pregnancy loss, thyroid  disorders, sperm quality issues and male factor infertility. Begin your natural fertility journey with Dr. Jennah to find answers and solutions. Learn more

Appointment Options with our Naturopathic Doctor

Complimentary Meet and Greet 15
Available in person or via phone/skype. This is a complimentary appointment which allows for both you and Dr. Jennah to determine if you are a good fit for each other. This is an opportunity to share your primary health concerns.

Naturopathic Initial Intake 60 – $195.00
If you are a brand new patient of Dr. Jennah, then this is where you should start. This appointment is required for all new patients, and will include a thorough intake focusing on primary concerns, health goals, and relevant physical exams.

Naturopathic Follow Up 60 – $170.00
All subsequent naturopathic visits after your initial intake should be scheduled as a follow up visit. Dr. Jennah will instruct you on the ideal duration of your follow up appointment.

Naturopathic Follow Up 45 – $135.00
All subsequent naturopathic visits after your initial intake should be scheduled as a follow up visit. Dr. Jennah will instruct you on the ideal duration of your follow up appointment.

Naturopathic Follow up 30 – $95.00
All subsequent naturopathic visits after your initial intake should be scheduled as a follow up visit. Dr. Jennah will instruct you on the ideal duration of your follow up appointment.

Naturopathic Acupuncture Initial – $130.00
If you are a brand new patient, looking for solely acupuncture support, then this is where you should start. Includes a Traditional Chinese Medicine focused intake, with time for a full acupuncture treatment. 60 minutes

Acupuncture Follow Up 30 – $70.00
This appointment is for current patients who have already completed an initial intake and are looking to book a follow up acupuncture treatment as recommended by Dr. Jennah.

Acupuncture Follow up 45 – $80.00
This appointment is for current patients who have already completed an initial intake, and are looking to book an extended acupuncture treatment with plenty of treatment time!

Acupuncture Follow up 60 – $95.00
This appointment is for current patients who have already completed an initial intake, and are looking to book an extended acupuncture treatment with plenty of treatment time!

Frequently Asked Questions About Naturopathic Medicine

What is a naturopathic doctor?

These primary care practitioners are provincially-regulated and their backgrounds must include comprehensive a education history which includes a pre-med degree followed by four years of training at an accredited naturopathic college. NDs utilize current medical diagnostic tools in conjunction with a wide range of natural therapies. Each naturopathic doctor offers a slightly different approach, but central to their practice is the knowledge that harmonizing the mind, body and environment leads to optimal health. A balance body possesses the natural ability to heal itself. Trained in the early detection of chronic disease, an ND’s individualized treatment plan considers each patient’s unique lifestyle and body chemistry to prevent and treat ailments.

You talk a lot about women’s health. What about men or non-female identifying individuals? Do you treat them as well?

Yes! I like to joke and say that I treat women and “brave men”, but I ultimately would be honoured to treat any individual regardless of assigned gender or gender expression. If you think you would be interested in working with me, please get in touch or book a 15-minute complimentary visit to see if we would work well together.

What do you mean by treating the ‘root cause’ of an illness?

There are many, varied contributing factors to wellness as well as disease. These include a patient’s genetics, lifestyle choices, diet, mental health, and environmental factors. Each of these factors provide information for the doctor to use as they build an understanding of a patient’s health history. Knowing that many lifestyle choices and dietary habits lead to chronic illness, by addressing the negative habits that cause specific symptoms and changing a patient’s behavior in ways that correct the dysfunction, the underlying cause of an illness can be addressed to cure the problem rather than treat symptoms.

What does “first, do no harm” mean to a naturopath?

NDs always go for the least-invasive treatment option and focus on allowing the body to regain balance rather than masking symptoms. They are trained in the use of pharmacology as needed, and can ease side effects through other holistic approaches. Naturopathic doctors respect each individual’s healing process by using the least invasive choice necessary to achieve the best results and work to avoid dangerously suppressing symptoms exhibited by a patient. This means implementing treatments that decrease the risk of side effects associated with both over-the-counter medications as well as commonly prescribed medications.
Because NDs understand that symptoms are the body’s way of communicating that there is a problem, naturopathic doctors work to allow the body to heal and re-establish balance overall.

How can naturopathic medical practice lower my healthcare costs?

By targeting the underlying causes of illness instead of treating symptoms, patients who see naturopathic doctors can expect to avoid expensive, repeat treatments that prove ineffective at preventing sickness. When a naturopath can identify lifestyle changes a patient can make rather than prescribing expensive pharmaceutical options, saving money is a quick reward. In addition to the cost savings of avoiding prescription medications, the decrease is also associated with avoiding adverse reactions to prescribed medications.
By resolving the illness, patients can avoid painful and expensive surgical procedures that will not only cost them money, but take them out of work for a duration of time. Licensed naturopathic doctors also enjoy much lower malpractice cases which leads directly to lower patient out-of-pocket costs.

When should I choose to see a naturopathic doctor?

If you are searching for personalized treatments that go beyond decreasing symptoms, then you will be a good candidate for a naturopath. One-size-fits-all treatments undercut the possible solutions to health problems and do not work as effectively to treat root causes of disease and illness. If you experience chronic pain and want alternatives to commonly used drugs such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, a holistic approach involving a combination of targeted therapies will allow you to better manage pain symptoms safely. Heal in a way that will allow you to return to normal daily activities without the side effects of over-the-counter medications or, worse, the highly addictive opioids used to treat severe pain.
Are you tired of being told what to do as a passive listener in the doctor’s office? As a patient who wants to be an active participant, a relationship with a naturopath will give you the chance to actively participate in how you manage your health. Maybe you are tired of conventional approaches to medicine and want to open up the opportunity to examine broader treatment pathways. If this sounds like you, then there is a good chance a naturopathic doctor will be a good fit for your health care needs.

What does a naturopathic doctor mean by treating the whole person?

The guiding principles that naturopathic doctors use to influence their perspective on medicine include six core beliefs. Treating the whole person is one of those core principles that instructs a naturopath to study the multiple areas that contribute to your overall health picture. These factors include your eating habits, activity levels and lifestyle, your genetic make up, environmental factors, psychological and emotional factors, access to prior healthcare, and others.
By examining the full view of a patient’s health, doctors can identify the underlying causes of illness since painful symptoms experienced in one part of the body may actually be caused by another seemingly unrelated system of the body. Evaluating a patient comprehensively allows a naturopathic doctor to connect the physical, emotional, and behavioral aspects of your health to see where corrective prescriptions can make a difference in your quality of life.

What conditions can naturopathic doctors treat?

NDs tackle chronic health concerns and acute conditions because they are primary healthcare providers. They are skilled to diagnose and correct any conditions a family doctor addresses. In the event that an ND is unable to treat your condition, he or she will consult or refer appropriately.

Are naturopathic doctors regulated in Ontario?

Absolutely! NDs are register with a governing body to certify that they possess the appropriate medical skills and judgment to practice safely. On July 1, 2015, the Naturopathy Act went into effect leading to regulation by the College of Naturopaths from that point forward. As with all health professions, naturopathic doctors receive regulation under the Regulated Health Professions Act.

How do I pay for a visit to a naturopathic doctor?

As of this writing, OHIP does not cover visits to a naturopathic doctor. Please check with your extended healthcare plan to see if naturopathic medicine is covered and at what cost to you.
Source: Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors and College of Naturopaths of Ontario

What is naturopathic medicine?

Naturopathic medicine has been practiced in North America for over 125 years. It is a health system that uses a combination of modern scientific knowledge and traditional forms of natural medicine. Naturopathic medicine aims to prevent illness, promote wellness and stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal. The various naturopathic treatments are chosen based on the individual needs of the patient. This includes their physiological, structural, psychological, social, spiritual, environment and lifestyle factors. When you go to see a Naturopathic Doctor you may discuss diet and lifestyle changes. You may also receive natural therapies such as botanical medicine, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, clinical nutrition or naturopathic manipulation. These days more and more people are seeking the care of a Naturopathic Doctor, often in addition to their Medical Doctor. Naturopathic Medical care is covered by many private health insurance plans.

Dr. Jennah Miller ND

Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto Downtown

With a special interest in women’s health, functional hormonal health & fertility, Dr. Jennah brings a unique brand of naturopathic healthcare to your aid. She treats Patients suffering from digestion, fertility, hormones, periods, anxiety, fatigue and much more. Can Naturopathic Doctor Jennah Miller help you?

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