In 2015, 4,620 people voted our clinic as the best location for chronic pain treatment and relief!
Established in 1988, The Natural Path Clinic is a multi-disciplined health practice with 12 health professionals on staff serving Edmonton, Alberta and the surrounding areas.
The Natural Path Clinic has been healing and working with Albertans and Northern communities for over 25 years and services the community providing natural health care, holistic teaching and healing experiences to achieve balance in spirit, heart, mind and body while honoring and respecting the individual and the environment.
The Natural Path Clinic offers services and solutions not commonly found in other clinics, such as:
Specialized Chronic Pain Treatments
Medical Cold Laser Treatments
Customized Weight Loss Programs
Natural Organic Spa Treatments
Max Pulse Cardiac Evaluation
PTSD/Grief Loss Programs
Neurofunctional Acupuncture for Nerve Pain Syndromes
Advanced Cranio Sacral Therapy
Essential Oil Personalized Treatment
Anne has over 25 years of healing work experience. Her work has mostly been in the area of chronic pain, neurofunctional pain, digestive disorders, PTSD, metabolic dysfunction and spiritual distress. She has over 5,000 hours of training in Naturopathic medicine, natural medicine and manual medicine. She is the owner of three busy integrated clinical practices. Her work specializes in neurofunctional pain treatments, combining years of experience in massage, Chinese medicine, cranial sacral therapy, homeopathic and energy medicine. She has a Doctorate of Natural Medicine, (a registered trademark with the Canadian Examining Board of Natural Medicine) and the International Association of Doctors of Natural Medicine. She is a Registered Massage Therapist, a Nutritional Consultant, Orthomolecular Practitioner and a homeopathic and herbal clinician. She has a Doctorate in Indigenous People's Knowledge. She is currently participating in post-Doctoral health research. She has been a sessional faculty member at UNBQ for over 15 years and teaches in the Indigenous Health Sciences, Social Work and LPN Programs.