WholeHealth Chicago Mount Greenwood

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We are thrilled to bring our services to the south side!

We are a healthcare practice that strives to integrate the best of conventional and complementary medicine in a caring and healing environment. We believe that both health and disease are functions of physical, emotional, nutritional, and spiritual influences. Many health issues are rooted in a patient’s personal biography – the story of your life – and are most effectively treated by addressing root causes rather than symptoms alone.

Providers

Caley Scott is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Scott developed a passion for naturopathic medicine while working as a medical assistant at an integrative clinic in the Chicago suburbs after completing her bachelor’s degree. Seeing first-hand the incredible success of using nutrition and natural therapies with her patients helped shape her view on healthcare and compelled her to seek a unique route in medicine. Her goal as a naturopathic doctor is to educate patients about their health, explain why making lifestyle modifications is essential, and empower them to make these changes. She strives to be a healer, motivator, teacher, and cheerleader.

Caley Scott, ND, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

Our Services

We are currently offering the following services at our Mt Greenwood location with more coming soon!

Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic Medicine
Infusion Therapy
Infusion Therapy
Natural Apothecary
Natural Apothecary
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
Functional Medicine
Functional Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Homeopathy
Homeopathy
Acupuncture (coming soon!)
Acupuncture (coming soon!)
Nutritional Counseling
Nutritional Counseling
Anti-Aging Therapies
Anti-Aging Therapies
Laboratory Services
Laboratory Services

Treatments Offered For

Allergies & Food Sensitivities
Allergies & Food Sensitivities
Anti-Aging & optimization
Anti-Aging & optimization
Candida (Yeast) & Parasite Issues
Candida (Yeast) & Parasite Issues
Cardiovascular health & disease prevention
Cardiovascular health & disease prevention
Environmental Sensitivities
Environmental Sensitivities
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Gut health & digestive concerns
Gut health & digestive concerns
Immune and Inflammation support
Immune and Inflammation support
Lyme disease and tick-borne illness
Lyme disease and tick-borne illness
Men's Health
Men's Health
Preventive Health & Physicals
Preventive Health & Physicals
Thyroid, Adrenal & Sex Hormone Issues
Thyroid, Adrenal & Sex Hormone Issues
Weight Management
Weight Management
Women’s health & pregnancy support
Women’s health & pregnancy support

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