Dr. Fallico, ND is a board certified and licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. She provides intravenous vitamin therapy to the patients of Kleinburg Integrative Health. Dr. Fallico, ND graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine completing an internship at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic with a specialty shift in Sports Medicine and an externship at the Sherbourne Health Centre. Prior to this, she completed her degree in Kinesiology at York University with Honours. Dr. Fallico, ND takes a strong interest in family medicine including, Men and Women's health concerns, paediatric care, chronic diseases, pain management and sport injury. She utilizes all modalities of naturopathic medicine however focuses mainly on Vitamin Drip treatments at Kleinburg Integrative Health.
She has always had a strong interest in health and physical activity starting from a young age participating in the art of dance. With over 20 years o experience in the sport, she competed for 12 years throughout Canada and the United States before becoming a dance instructor herself, training dancers from ages 4-17, in addition to working as a personal fitness instructor.
In addition to practicing and seeing patients, Dr. Fallico, ND writes articles for magazines, online health blogs and websites about trending health topics and also provides seminars and health talks to patients and community organizations. She was inspired to be a Naturopathic Doctor as she believes in the benefits of individualized and personal care, and the healing power of nature. Furthermore, Dr. Kristina Fallico is a member in good standing of CONO (College of Naturopaths of Ontario) and the Canadian and Ontario Associations of Naturopathic Doctors.
Dr. Fallico has also received her diploma to practice as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and is in good standing with the Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals (OFOP).
15 Minute "Meet-and-Greet":
This is optional for those who want to assess how Dr. Polina, ND can meet their needs, prior to booking a full appointment. Finding the right practitioner is key for your success with Naturopathy, and this is a good way to evaluate that.
The first Naturopathic visit consists of a complete and comprehensive assessment which will be about 85 minutes in length. During this visit your health concerns are thoroughly discussed along with a review of lifestyle variables such as diet and nutrition, stress management and exercise strategies. A complaint-specific physical exam may also be performed.
The second visit is normally 45 minutes in length. At this time any remaining information that is relevant to the diagnosis will be obtained and you will be given the primary components of your treatment plan.
Visits are later performed as needed to assess progress. These can last anywhere from 15 - 60 minutes.