Meet Dr. Steyr
Dr. Joseph Steyr is a Naturopathic Doctor with an interest in biochemistry and its effect on endocrinology (hormones). He is also interested in research relating to long term stress and the development of chronic disease. Dr. Steyr treats a variety of conditions such as fertility and hormone regulation, stress, endometriosis, menstrual irregularities, depression, anxiety, IBS, food intolerances and digestive problems.
He regularly gives workshops at law firms, corporate offices and other organizations about developing healthy habits in the workplace, and has also written as a guest columnist for the Paralegal Management magazine and The Endometriosis Network Canada. He is also a regular contributor to AWAL: Attorney with a Life.
Dr. Steyr’s model of practice is to go beyond simply treating a patient’s symptoms. He looks for the root cause of the health concern in order to provide a deep and long lasting solution for his patients. He sees his career as the perfect union between evidence-based medicine and traditional knowledge. He brings a blend of conventional medical sciences and traditional health philosophies into his practice, which allows him to see a person’s health from multiple points of view. Dr. Steyr sees himself not only as a doctor, but also as an educator – with so much conflicting medical information, he educates his patients on all treatment options to ensure he and his patients can together make the best informed decisions for his patients’ health.
Dr. Steyr is a graduate of Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and was on the pediatric focused shift as a clinical intern. Dr. Steyr is registered with the College of Naturopaths Ontario, is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors, and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors.
Dr. Steyr’s Philosophy
Joseph relishes the opportunity to be the advocate who walks with his patients on their path to wellness, even if it’s full of roadblocks, and unexpected twists and turns. Regardless of what kinds of maladies or conditions he treats, the one thing Joseph really wants people to see is hope, and that there are options.