103B Mary St W

Whitby Ontario L1N 2R4

Phone: 800-775-4902 Ext. 553

www.durhamregionbioidenticalhormones.com

Sloan Natural Health Center – David Sloan

For many years now, David Sloan of the Sloan Natural Health Center in Whitby Ontario has been a firm believer in Natural Healing. Like many of the patients he sees, he once suffered from many diverse health challenges, and as a last resort, he sought professional help to guide him in implementing diet, nutrition, herbal, and other natural approaches to wellness. It was here that David Sloan found the answers to the various problems that had been afflicting him. It has truly been gratifying for him to see many people undergo a remarkable and unbelievable transformation from poor health to vibrant wellbeing. The areas in which David Sloan specializes in are the therapeutic use of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Herbs, Diet and Clinical Nutrition, and Homeopathic Medicine to aid the body in returning to optimal vibrant health and function. As a Whitby, Ontario Bioidentical Hormone Specialist, his work has led him to assisting patients with a wide variety of health concerns including hormonal imbalances, weight loss, fatigue and low energy, anxiety, and depression.

Services offered at the Sloan Natural Health Center

  • Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Nutritional and dietary programs
  • Therapies for menopause
  • Treatments for male andropause
  • Therapies for perimenopause
  • Osteoporosis prevention
  • Protocols for thyroid imbalances
  • Body beautiful 30-day program
  • Dietitian services
  • Youthful aging
  • Laser rejuvenation for skin
  • Laser tightening and body contouring
  • Laser hair removal
  • Botox
  • Dermal fillers

Education and Experience

In 2005, David Sloan received board certification from the Examining Board of Natural Medicine Practitioners of Canada as a Doctor of Natural Medicine. Doctors of natural medicine are naturopathic practitioners who are trained in the basic medical sciences as well as in traditional medicine and tailor such treatments to the needs of the individual in a way that acknowledges the patient as a participant in the healing process. In 2008, he completed all requirements to receive the degree of Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine from the National United Professional Association of Trained Homeopaths. This is soon to be a regulated profession in Ontario and as such is being included in more and more extended health care benefits packages. He then took training in Orthomolecular Medicine and instead of RNCP, he now carries the designation ROHP, which stands for Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner. This area of training is of special value in knowing how to treat mental illness successfully by natural means on its own or along with prescription medications.