Nutritional IV Therapy
IV vitamin therapy – discover the best therapy plan for you!
Board certified Naturopathic Doctor is ready to assist and answer all your questions regarding iv vitamin drip.
Now available – complimentary 15-minute consultation in-person!
Intravenous vitamin therapy can give you tremendous benefits that you can feel right away. This revolutionary therapy is proven safe and with less adverse effects. Our resident Naturopathic doctor will help answer all your questions and address your concerns should you decide to pursue this therapy.
Offers iv vitamin therapy such as Myer’s cocktail, Glutathione glow, Super Virus fighter, and more.
Resident Naturopath ready to work with you, answer questions or concerns, and guide you with alternative care options that works best for you.
Clinic offers comfortable and relaxing environment – location: 1200 Bay Street #1102.
A Toronto naturopathic clinic which also specializes in intravenous vitamin drip therapies. Our ND doctor will work with you so you can come up with a personalized and customized treatment plan. You can give us a call at (416) 922-4114 or visit our downtown clinic for more info.
Maple is a high growing community located in Vaughan, Ontario, the northwestern part of Toronto, Canada.
As a brief history, the town was founded by the Noble family and the Rupert family. The first settlers were the Nobles who occupied the present Major Mackenzie Drive and Keele Street intersections in the early 19th century. In the year 1952, the town was known as Noble’s Corner named after Joseph Noble, the first postmaster. Later on, a Doctor Rupert lived in Maple. He was a well-respected member of the village, and so the place was changed to Rupertsville. A while later, the village’s name was changed to Maple because of some Maple trees along Keele Street.
Notable establishments include:
– Canada’s Wonderland
– Maple Women’s Institute
– Lebovic Jewish Community Campus
– Baitul Islam Mosque
– Maple has one of the largest mosques in Canada.
– Had a small airport before called the Maple Airport, which closed down in 1987.
– Canada’s Wonderland first opened in 1981.
– Dr. Fredrick William Routley- he practiced medicine in Ontario from 1909 to 1912 and is CEO of the Canadian Red Cross Association for 27 years.
Because Maple is close to Toronto and its principal transportation systems, as well as Vaughan’s support for development, large population growth has increased as housing, and urban developments began. While a lot of progress was seen in the last 30 years, Maple has still preserved its historical sights, and the mix of history and modern development makes it a unique and lively place to live.
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