Winnipeg-Based Naturopathic Doctor Launches Campaign To Educate About The Benefits Of Integrative Cancer Treatments In Winnipeg
WINNIPEG, Canada – Dr. Sean Ceaser, “a naturopathic doctor with a focus on advanced cancer treatments with over 20 years of experience, and runs an international integrative cancer treatment centre in Winnipeg that dedicates itself to providing advanced natural therapies for treating cancer using many of the same integrative cancer treatments in Mexico and more.” Mexico has had a long-established reputation as the leading country in integrative cancer treatments, but many patients are unaware that similar treatments are available in Winnipeg, sometimes at a fraction of the cost. Dr. Ceaser is passionate about his work and determined to help as many people as possible, which is why he is trying to highlight this specific information in his latest campaign.
“Being diagnosed with cancer is one of the scariest things any of us will ever face,” said Dr. Ceaser. “The first thing that many people want to do is research all of the available treatments so that they can make an informed decision about the way forward. For people who choose to go down the integrative treatment route and who conduct their research online, Mexico treatment centres will inevitably feature highly. However, travelling to Mexico can be expensive, and the cost of any treatment can be extremely high. In Canada, many of the same or similar treatments can be obtained for a fraction of the price and without the hassle and stress of visiting another country. My aim with this campaign is to make people aware of all of the various options available to them. I have written a blog post which can be read in full here.”
Dr. Sean Ceaser is a licenced naturopathic doctor in the provinces of Manitoba and British Columbia. He has been practicing naturopathic medicine since 1999 and currently helps patients at the Centre for Natural Pain Solutions in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Dr. Ceaser has also worked at the Natural Health Sciences Research Clinic in Lake Oswego, Oregon, where he researched natural medicines.
He has served as Instructor and Director of Curriculum at the Manitoba College of Homoeopathic Medicine and is the first Naturopathic Physician to represent Complementary Therapy at the Health Sciences Centre, Mature Women’s Health Program.
His specialized focus is on helping people with integrative cancer treatments/therapies and chronic pain. For more information about Dr. Ceaser and the services he provides, visit his website at https://drceaser.com.