Dr. Maureen Horne-Paul B. Comm HAFA, ND – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Horne-Paul graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1995 and practiced in Kingston, ON until April 2010. The main focus of her practice has been integrated cancer care, general family practice, and intravenous therapy.
In 2009, she moved her practice to Prince Edward County, and expanded on her expertise to include providing wellness retreats, along with expanded programs in First Line Therapy, treatment of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, gastrointestinal issues, and detoxification.
In the summer of 2014, Dr. Horne-Paul decided to make a life change, and moved her practice to New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. She continues to provide excellent care in the areas of general family medicine, with special interest in naturopathic cancer care, gastroenterology, and Lyme disease.
Seeing a gap in availability of naturopathic health care in western and southwestern Nova Scotia, Dr Horne-Paul opened a practice in Digby in the summer of 2016.
She has lectured in naturopathic medicine at Queen’s University faculty of medicine and nursing, CCNM, and the Kingston Regional Cancer Centre. She was a medical advisor and educational consultant for Heel Canada for 10 years. She provided the local community in Prince Edward County with numerous educational seminars and workshops over the years, and will continue to do so in Nova Scotia. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the International Society of Homotoxicology, the Oncology Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (past), the Central Venous Access Association (past) and the Nova Scotia Association of Naturopathic Doctors.
In her previous career in the hospitality industry, Dr. Horne-Paul enjoyed many different opportunities in hotel and restaurant management, food and beverage operations, and worked in many different capacities from dishwasher, to sous chef, to restaurant manager to sommelier.
In her spare time, she enjoys exploring her new home province of Nova Scotia, motorcycling, and drumming.