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The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) is Canada's premier institute for education and research in naturopathic medicine. CCNM offers a rigorous four-year, full-time doctor of naturopathic medicine program.
CCNM is also home to the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic, a dynamic naturopathic teaching clinic where senior clinicians and ND supervisors conduct more than 26,000 patient visits per year.
The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine is accredited by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME), the accrediting agency for naturopathic colleges and programs in Canada and the United States.
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Explore CCNM's ND Program Objectives.
CCNM is home to CCNM Press, which publishes college texts, clinical reference materials and consumer trade books
Naturopathic medicine is:
- a distinct system of primary health care that addresses the root causes of illness, and promotes health and healing using natural therapies. It supports your body's own healing ability using an integrated approach to disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention that includes:
- acupuncture/Asian medicine
- botanical medicine
- physical medicine (massage, hydrotherapy, etc.)
- clinical nutrition
- homeopathic medicine
- lifestyle counselling
Naturopathic doctors are:
- highly educated primary care providers who integrate standard medical diagnostics with a broad range of natural therapies.
History - Fast Facts
- Founded as the Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1978
- Registered charity dedicated to education and research in naturopathic medicine
- Receives no direct government funding
- Student enrolment: 480
- 100 full-time employees and approximately 90 part-time and contract staff and faculty
- Annual operating budget of $11 million, with an estimated economic impact on the community of more than $30 million