Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND
Dr. Ashley Chauvin, Naturopathic Doctor, Functional Medicine Practitioner
Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND - Female Naturopathic Doctor Mississauga
As a child, Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND was always interested in how the human body worked. She knew from a young age that she wanted to support patients who had a diagnosis of cancer. Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND graduated from Wayne State University in Michigan with a degree in Radiation Therapy. During her internship, patients had questions about the use of supplements and diet. Seeing the impact that nutrition and lifestyle had on her own health led Ashley to become interested in the impact and safety of diet, botanicals and supplements in patients living with cancer.
She decided to make a career change to be able to support patients who had these questions as well as to bridge the gap between conventional and natural medicine. Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND attended the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto where she was an intern on the adjunctive cancer care shift at the Robert Schad Clinic.
Upon graduating from CCNM, she completed a residency program where she supported patients with a diagnosis of cancer by using intravenous therapy, mistletoe therapy, loco regional hyperthermia.
Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND believes in an integrative and evidence based approach to helping patients with cancer during conventional therapy. Dr. Chauvin, ND is also passionate about creating individualized treatment plans which include dietary advice, lifestyle changes, supplements, botanicals, vitamins and intravenous therapy.
Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND is registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. She is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors, and the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
When Dr. Ashley Chauvin, ND is not in the clinic, she enjoys testing new recipes in the kitchen, trying new fitness classes, and hiking with her dog, Faye.
“I knew from a young age that I wanted to support patients who had a diagnosis of cancer.”
Areas of Focus
Cancer Care Support