Dina Eino is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor, licensed by the Province of Ontario. She is recipient of the Reader's Choice Awards Oakville (2010, 2011 & 2012) for best Naturopathic Doctor, best Homeopath and best Acupuncturist. She graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2003 and from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Nutrition and Biochemistry.
After working in several multidisciplinary clinics with a variety of healthcare practitioners, Dina developed a unique treatment style which centers on the sharing of knowledge. She teaches people how to access their body’s own innate healing abilities and empowers them to apply that knowledge to their well-being.
Dina loves working with patients from all walks of life, and she has a particular passion for women’s health, fertility and pediatric care. She treats patients with chronic illnesses and acute conditions, as well as those who are striving to maximize their health potential. Dina respects each individual’s goals and limitations, and actively works with patients to make recommendations which are suitable and realistic to each individual she works with.
In addition to running her busy practice, Dina has lectured at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Mississauga and offers workshops about various health topics for both the private sector and for community organizations.
Along with Naturopathic Medicine, Dina is a certified Bowen Practitioner, a certified Cosmetic Acupuncturist and has additional training in Homotoxilogical drainage. She regularly attends seminars and training to expand her knowledge of clinical applications and treatments.
Dina holds professional memberships with the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). She is licensed in Ontario through the Board of Drugless Practitioners (BDDT-N).
*Qualifications of Naturopathic Doctors: Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) must complete an undergraduate degree with related prerequisites in order to gain admission into the full-time four-year program at an accredited Naturopathic College. After the successful completion of that program, all NDs must pass rigorous board exams at both the provincial and North American level. In the province of Ontario, Naturopathic Doctors are considered primary care physicians, qualified to examine, diagnose, treat and prevent illness. For more information, visit the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education.