Kelowna Naturopath Thyroid Treatment Hormone Imbalance Service Announced

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( — June 19, 2019) — Kelowna, CA — Leading Kelowna based naturopath, Dr Chelsea Gronick, has announced she can help local patients to treat hormone imbalance and thyroid conditions. She offers a range of tools to help with hormone management.

Dr Chelsea Gronick, a leading Kelowna based naturopath, has announced she can help patients with their hormone imbalance issues and thyroid conditions. She offers specialist healthcare services that can help people to live their best life and create the body and lifestyle they’ve always wanted.

More information can be found at:

The site explains that Dr Chelsea Gronick works with patients to help them achieve optimal thyroid and hormone balance. Her services and programs can allow patients to increase their energy, improve their digestive system and feel better about themselves.

When it comes to helping patients with their thyroid conditions, Dr Chelsea has a unique seven step approach that helps people to regain their energy and mood.

Thyroid issues can lead to feeling too heavy, losing hair, feeling exhausted, constipated, depressed, or foggy in the brain. Many people also get fed up with taking one prescription after the next without getting the type of results they’re hoping for.

Many people don’t know what the common symptoms of thyroid issues are. Many of the above-mentioned conditions can be the result of thyroid disorder or imbalance.

Other health issues that could be related to patients’ thyroid include feeling fatigued, having cold hands or feet, thinning hair or excess hair loss, heart palpitations and more.

Dr Chelsea’s seven step process begins with diagnosis, before moving on to support, digestion and gut healing, hormones, detoxifying and removing triggers, defending and rebuilding, and designing a recovery protocol.

She can also help patients to discover the root cause of their hormone imbalance and find the right way to treat it.

Dr Chelsea states: “Naturopathic medicine has many tools to help with hormone management. Healthy levels of good fats and cholesterol in your diet provides your body with the building blocks it needs to synthesize hormones.”

She adds: “Supplementing with vitamins and minerals that work in different metabolic pathways helps various hormones get converted into their active forms, meaning you get more energy, less PMS, and greater overall health.”

Full details of the services provided can be found on the URL above or 314 – 3001 Tutt St, Kelowna, BC V1Y 2H4