Get To Know Dr. Caleigh Sumner, ND

I’ve always known I would become a Naturopathic Doctor. My parents struggled with infertility for years before seeking the support of a Naturopathic Doctor and finally having not one, but three healthy children. I was raised to appreciate the value of naturopathy, and I am so proud of naturopathic medicine’s unlimited potential to improve reproductive health. Naturopathic medicine can help you lay a healthy foundation pre-conception and improve the success of assistive reproductive procedures. There are supportive options at any point in the process.

Fertility & Prenatal Care

“I am living proof that naturopathic medicine for infertility can do wonders”

As part of my medical schooling, I completed an extensive fertility & reproductive health internship. During this internship I was responsible for creating innovative and natural strategies for individuals and couples facing infertility. I am determined to provide you with the physical and emotional support you need to reclaim your reproductive health. I am happy to work collaboratively with your medical team and believe that fertility requires a multi-faceted approach. Learn more about my preconception program, or read about the fertility services I offer.

Women’s Health

You do not have to wait until you are unhealthy to prioritize your health! Gone are the days where you take a pill to treat a disease, or wait until you have symptoms to focus on your health. Naturopathic medicine is about predicting future health and promoting current health. Why wait to investigate your concerns when we can explore them right now?

I love supporting women, as we have unique health care needs that often require support beyond the conventional medical system. I know this first hand after navigating the health care system with endometriosis and needing to advocate for myself and my body. I will always prioritize the health of women and take their needs seriously! Most of all, I empathize with your journey and I want you to feel wonderful about yourself. If you’d like to read more about improving your reproductive health, check out my blog.


I received my Doctor of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, and my Bachelor of Heath Sciences from Western University.

A little More Personal

In my spare time you’ll find me playing with my fur babies Indie and Joey (I’m obsessed with them), going to concerts with my partner, Daniela, and trying to beat my personal record on the Peloton!

Get To Know Dr. Georgia Parousis, ND

With a focus on fertility and pre-conception health, Georgia’s passion is supporting individuals and couples trying to conceive. Whether it be stand-alone care or a supplement to your current medical care plan, she utilizes modalities such as acupuncture, supplements, herbs, and nutrition & lifestyle counselling to optimize the landscape from which conception can take place. Working collaboratively with fertility clinics for patients undergoing Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), In-vitro Fertilization (IVF), egg and/or sperm preservation, and other Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) she sees the benefit that an integrative model of care has in optimizing clinical success rates. She works with various conditions that can pose a challenge to fertility including, but not limited to diminished ovarian reserve (DOR), premature ovarian failure (POF), Endometriosis, and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

Georgia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a Graduate degree in Education. She attained her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario with a focus on Reproductive Health and Fertility.

Georgia is an active member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND).

When Georgia isn’t tending to her patients, you can find her spending time in nature with her Siberian Husky or continuing to further her education by attending fertility conferences and digging deep into patient research.