Welcome to Wyer Wellness!
Welcome to Wyer Wellness!
I am Sarah Wyer, a Naturopathic Doctor practicing for the last ten years in the Guelph community. In August 2012, my husband and I opened the Wyer Wellness Centre, where I now run my practice along with a talented group of five other healthcare practitioners. The Wyer Wellness Centre hopes to provide a caring, gentle and resourceful place for our clients and community.
Over the last decade I have been providing primary healthcare for families in the Guelph and area community. I am passionate about
teaching and empowering families and individuals to look at health care in a
different way. As a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, I am trained to
treat both acute illness and work at preventing chronic disease using a
variety of naturopathic tools. I believe that health starts in the home, and that as a healthcare professional it is my job to provide tools and support to
families and individuals choosing to take responsibility for their health.
My practice provides family-focused naturopathic care, and I am honoured to have a large pediatric clientele. I believe that the dietary choices families make and the priority we place on our emotional and physical health will influence a child's opinions and approach to health and self care for years to come. Wherever you and your family are on your journey toward health and wellness, I believe education, support and a holistic approach form the basis of a supportive health care relationship and I strive to provide that for all my patients.
I am originally from Nova Scotia where I graduated from Acadia University in 2000. Following this, I attended the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, ON and after graduation in 2004 I worked for over a year in locum positions filling maternity leaves for other NDs all over Ontario. Finally, I decided to settle down in a Naturopathic practice here in Guelph. Although far from my family, the community of Guelph is so warm and vibrant that the decision to practice in this area was an easy one.
Some of the extra training I have completed includes studying many seminars and courses in pediatric health, breast health, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Doula Training, women's health, mental health and homeopathic lymphatic drainage. As well as doing educational talks in schools, The Running Room and in other workplace environments and community groups here in Guelph, I have taught students at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and mentored many ND candidates. My other interests include long distance running, yoga and enjoying lots of family time with my husband and two wonderful daughters.