About Us

We are excited to be celebrating 22 years in compassionate Naturopathic care.
At Inner Medicine we are devoted to supporting our patients through their health challenges, into wellness of Body, Mind and Spirit. Whether you are seeking Preventative Medicine, or you are experiencing a dis-ease condition, we are ready to provide experienced and professional guidance and treatments. Twenty-two years experience makes all the difference.
Call us today for your complete and individualized program to wellness.

Dr. Carolyn E Moore, ND

Carolyn E Moore { is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor practicing in Toronto, and Mississauga, Ontario.

Delisle Court – 1560 Yonge Street, Suite 214   Toronto, ON  M4T 2S9 
phone  416-716-0990

Dr. Maria A. Cavallazzi, ND, MD (Colombia)

Maria A Cavallazzi { is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor practicing in Mississauga, Ontario.

251 Queen Street South Unit 4       Mississauga, ON      L5M 1L7

Phone    905-819-8200


Sali Labib

Sali Labib comes to us all the way from Egypt, and is indispensable to our office.
Sali will be happy to help you book an appointment and take care of all your administrative needs.


What Is Naturopathic Medicine?

Naturopathic medicine is a comprehensive approach to improving health and treating illness. Focusing on prevention, and using natural substances and treatments, Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) support and stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself. The primary goal of Naturopathic treatment is to address the cause of illness, rather than treat or suppress symptoms. The client is seen as a whole person by the ND who takes the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions into account when diagnosing and developing a treatment plan.

What Can I Expect When I Visit A ND?

The ND will take an in-depth history with the goal of understanding all the factors which may be affecting your health. Some simple non – invasive tests may be recommended. A personal treatment plan will then be proposed to help improve your health.

How Are ND’s Trained?

ND’s take a minimum of three years premedical studies at university, followed by four years at recognized college of naturopathic medicine. The education encompasses basic medical studies, naturopathic principles and therapies and extensive supervised clinical experience. Graduates of recognized schools of Naturopathic medicine receive a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) degree or diploma. In Regulated provinces and states in North America, Graduates must also pass rigorous standardized exams to qualify for practice.

Do ND’s Interact With Other Health Professionals?

Naturopathic treatments are often combined with conventional medical treatments. ND’s refer and accept referrals from other practitioners including medical doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists, osteopaths and midwives.