Dr. Rupi Mitha, ND
Dr. Rupi Mitha, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor with a private practice in Brampton, Ontario.
Dr. Rupi was an associate professor of Emergency Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine for 9 years and is currently a Clinical Supervisor at the Brampton Civic Hospital over-seeing 4th year Naturopathic Interns. Her work has brought her the opportunity to speak and consult with a variety of organizations and corporations on the topic of health and immunity. Dr. Rupi has been an active contributor to many forms of media including Alive and Vitality Magazines, Breakfast Television and was an active participant (along with her children) in “My Toxic Baby”, a movie which premiered in 2009 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Dr. Rupi was brought into the Naturopathic world via her diagnosis of Lupus at the age of 14. After many years of invasive and immune-suppresive therapies, her journey into Naturopathy offered her the healing and life she was soon able to return back to. After completing her degree at the University of Guelph and travelling throughout Asia, Southeast Asia and Mexico, her path led her to holistic healers, traditional shamans and herbalists wherever she went. Taking this as a cue to her destiny, she then applied and was accepted to The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After completing her 4-year Naturopathic Medical Education, Dr. Rupi then returned to her hometown and opened The Brampton Naturopathic Clinic in 1999, where she now runs a successful, balanced practice with her husband, a Chiropractor and owner of InGoodHands Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Clinic.
For more on Dr. Rupi’s private practice in Brampton, please visit her website www.ingoodhandswellness.com