Who is Dr. Sean Ceaser, N.D.?
Dr. Sean Ceaser is a licensed 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. He has a special focus on alternative cancer treatments/therapies and chronic pain.
Dr. Ceaser has also worked at the Natural Health Sciences Research Clinic in Lake Oswego, Oregon where he researched natural medicines. He served as Instructor and Director of Curriculum at the Manitoba College of Homeopathic Medicine and is the first Naturopathic Physician to represent Complementary Therapy at the Health Sciences Centre, Mature Women’s Health Program.
Education & Training
Dr. Ceaser graduated in 1999 from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, the longest standing accredited naturopathic college in North America. Prior to this 4 year full time medical program, he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with honours from the University of Winnipeg (Biology).
Dr. Ceaser has advanced training in IV therapy, prolotherapy, neural therapy, mesotherapy, mistletoe therapy for cancer, CranioSacral therapy, SomatoEmotional Release, and oxidative therapies including ozone and hydrogen peroxide.
Training in naturopathic medicine includes biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, lab diagnosis, dermatology, pediatrics and many other medical clinical courses. Naturopathic physicians have extensive training in natural therapies and a holistic approach to treating patients.
Learn more about Dr. Ceaser’s education and expertise by clicking a link below:
- Naturopathic Training
- Prolotherapy/Prolozone/PRP Training
- Ozone-oxygen & Oxidative Therapies Training
- Chelation Therapy Training
- Nutritional IV Therapy Training
- Neural Therapy Training
- Environmental Medicine Training
- Mistletoe Therapy Training
- CranioSacral Therapy Training
- Cancer Therapy and Treatment Training
A Message From Dr. Ceaser
“My mission is to offer the best healthcare to my patients. Whether that is educating them, directing them to where they can receive the best treatment to ensure the best outcome or providing them the best alternative healthcare options for their conditions, I want to help in every way I can.
Being educated in standard medical care is important to improving the situation for all of my patients, as is knowing a full line of naturopathic medical treatments for virtually all health concerns. I hope I can help you achieve optimal health with whatever condition you have with humility, humor and compassion.“
About Dr. Annie Coughlin, N.D.
Dr. Annie Coughlin, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor with the Manitoba Naturopathic Association (MNA) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). After obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mount Allison University, Dr. Coughlin completed a four-year Doctoral program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario. Her clinical experience includes working with patients at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (Toronto), Naturopaths without Borders (Haiti), the Anishnawbe Health Centre (Toronto) and at the Brampton Civic Hospital (Toronto), the first naturopathic teaching clinic within a hospital in Canada.
Dr. Coughlin is passionate about understanding the unique nature of her patient’s health concerns. She maintains a general practice with a particular interest in woman’s health (hormonal imbalances, fertility, menstrual irregularities), fatigue, insomnia, stress management, anxiety and digestive concerns.
Using a range of naturopathic therapies including Acupuncture, Intramuscular Stimulation, Cupping, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Botanical Medicine, Lifestyle Counselling, Clinical Nutrition and IV Therapy, Dr. Coughlin strives to develop effective individualized treatment plans to empower patients to take control of their health journey and experience well-being.
- Member of the Manitoba Naturopathic Association
- Member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors
- Certified in Intravenous Therapies
Dr. Coughlin began practice at the clinic mid-June 2018.