Collingwood Naturopath

Thanks for visiting the online home of StoneTree Naturopathic Clinic in Collingwood, Ontario.

We’ve helped thousands of people, from infants to grandparents, get to the root of health problems ranging from common colds to rare and serious conditions.

Wondering if we’re a fit?

You can find out by answering these three simple questions.

When you’re ready, just call 705-444-5331 or book an appointment online. We’re here to help, and we’d love to hear from you.

Cancer Care

  • Decrease chemo/radiation side-effects
  • Support conventional treatment effectiveness
  • Reduce pain, discomfort, & anxiety
  • Support recovery from surgery/treatment
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Women’s Health

  • BioIdentical hormone replacement
  • Menopausal and menstrual challenges
  • Fertility and conception
  • Annual Pap and breast exams
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Digestive complaints

  • Food intolerance testing
  • Crohn’s, IBS, IBD & colitis care
  • Diarrhea, constipation, bloating
  • Reflux, heartburn & GERD
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Stress and Energy

  • Thyroid and adrenal hormone testing
  • Chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression
  • Bioidentical hormone replacement
  • Heavy metal toxicity
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Meet Our Naturopaths


Dr. Shelby Worts, ND

Shelby Worts, ND has been a licensed and registered Naturopath in Collingwood since 2004. As a Naturopathic Doctor, Shelby’s medical training includes a focus on preventive medicine as well as using safe and effective techniques to restore health to your body.


Dr. Maggie Pattillo, ND

Maggie Pattillo, ND earned her doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto in 2011, and began her career as a practicing Naturopathic Doctor on the East Coast as co-owner of the Halifax Naturopathic Health Centre.


Dr. Candice Soldaat, ND

Candice Soldaat, ND is a licensed and registered Naturopathic Doctor, who completed her medical training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2015.


Dr. Kendra Reid, ND

Kendra Reid, ND is a licensed and registered Naturopathic Doctor in Collingwood, Ontario. Kendra has a general family practice with a special interest in maternal newborn care, pediatrics, and anti-aging. She also holds certification as a Birth Doula (DONA), and Reiki Master.


Dr. Bronwyn Hill, ND

Bronwyn Hill, ND graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2011 (same class as Dr. Maggie!). After six years of practice in Toronto, she relocated to Creemore with her husband and golden doodle, and now practices naturopathic medicine at StoneTree in her hometown of Collingwood.


Dr. Ehab Mohammed, ND

Ehab completed conventional medical school training in Egypt, where he graduated from medical school with an honour degree and joined the clinical oncology residency program at Cairo University, Egypt. There he was trained on chemotherapy, radiation and palliative care.

What They Say…

Isn’t it time someone cared about your health like you do?

Everyone has questions…

You can get all yours answered by booking a complimentary ‘meet the naturopathic doctor’ visit with a Collingwood naturopath. There’s no charge!

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From the StoneTree Blog

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    Could Depression be Caused by an Immune System Imbalance?

    Here’s a different way of looking at a challenging problem, and one that fits with what naturopathic doctors frequently see in practice. In her new book, This is Depression, Dr. Diane McIntosh MD presents the idea that depression could be caused by an imbalance in the immune system.

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    Grow a Mo, Save a Bro: The Crisis in Men’s Health

    We spend a lot of time on women’s and children’s health issues here. At some level, that makes sense–after all, the general practitioners at StoneTree are women, so the health concerns of women are top of mind for us. We’re living them ourselves, and many of us are moms, too.

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    Are Your Vitamin D Levels Too Low?

    It’s the time of year when we often look to vitamin D levels in our patients, and for good reason–low levels of the “sunshine vitamin” have been linked to a host of conditions, including seasonal affective disorder and osteoporosis.

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