Dr. Amanda Hennigar, ND
I became a Naturopathic Doctor to better understand my own health issues. I learned the hard way that having a highly customized total health care plan built on a solid foundation of reasonable and reliable, research based testing and treatments is of utmost importance.
It is critically important to never give up your search for the root cause of your case. It took 20 years for me to find a proper diagnosis for my health concerns. My goal with my patients is to ensure that you don’t have go through what I did!
Amanda’s Treatment Focus
I focus my treatment on women’s health, digestive system issues and burnout and fatigue. I apply a functional medicine lens to everything I do. Always looking to see what symptoms combined with blood, stool and hormone testing results can tell me about the patient’s case in addition to their symptoms.
How Amanda Helps
I help my patients by listening closely to their case, building a solid treatment plan grounded in lifestyle medicine and by always being curious and willing to question assumptions that have been made about their case.
In my spare time I focus on staying grounded by socializing, creating art, music and cultivating a rejuvenating home space. My latest interest is achieving physical fitness through daily activities that bring me joy be it activities with family, gardening, sailing, ballet, yoga in the office or foraging for plants during a hike.
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Toronto, Ontario.
Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Kresser Institute ADAPT Framework Graduate (Chris Kresser’s Functional Medicine Training Program)
Certificate in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Facilitation, Centre for Mindfulness Studies, Toronto, Ontario.
I regularly continue my education via conferences, courses and job shadowing on the topics of women’s health, small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), fertility, gastrointestinal diseases, the microbiome, methylation and genetics.
|Initial Consult (1st appointment – 90 minutes)
The first step in your work with Dr. Amanda. During this appointment, Dr. Amanda will ask about your primary health concerns and any relevant history, review your intake forms and will then order the appropriate lab tests (if any) for your Case Review. She will also perform a basic physical exam and any relevant exams indicated by your case.
|Case Review (2nd appointment – 60 minutes)
After completing the Initial Consult, the next step will be preparing for your Case Review consultation. The includes completing the lab tests that were ordered for you after your Initial Consult.
The Case Review consultation is a 60-minute appointment focused on discussing the underlying patterns identified in your lab work and your Case Review intake paperwork, making recommendations for further lab testing if necessary and providing you with an initial treatment plan. Dr. Amanda will also answer any questions you have regarding the diagnosis or treatment plan, or anything else related to your care. This appointment is best to take place in person but can occur over Skype or phone provided you have your case review documents on hand.
|15-Minute Phone Consult||$55|
|30-Minute Phone Consult||$90|
|45-Minute Phone Consult||$115|
|New Pediatric Patient Visit||$135|
|Initial Pediatric Follow-Up||$45|
|15-Minute Pediatric Follow-Up||$45|
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9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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PHONE: (902) 496-7020
FAX: (902) 482-5024
1809 Barrington Street