Dr. Holly Giannatselis is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she earned an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology and Exceptionality in Human Learning. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science in Reproductive Physiology at the University of Western Ontario, focusing on preimplantation embryology. She has also worked as a clinical researcher with Hamilton Health Sciences, where she was involved in cardiac health studies. Finally, Holly completed the four-year post-graduate program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, to become a Naturopathic Doctor. During her internship, she gained additional experience at LAMP community health centre in Etobicoke and Parkdale community health centre in Toronto. She also trained as one of the first naturopathic medical interns in a hospital at Brampton Naturopathic Teaching Clinic in Brampton Civic Hospital. In addition, she completed a clinical term with Dr. Paul Sunders, a Naturopathic Doctor of the Year and active member in the licensing and training of NDs across North America.
Dr. Giannatselis is passionate about supporting couples in their dreams of becoming parents. She believes it all begins with the egg and sperm and dedicates her time to supporting all processes that may be contributing to their quality. She empowers women with fertility concerns, and those focused on optimizing their health outside of fertility, to become knowledgeable of their health and advocate for best treatments.
Dr. Holly uses supplementation, nutrition, and acupuncture to create individualized treatment plans for each of her patients. As a practitioner at Omega, she is able to offer truly integrated care alongside a team of REIs. The best of both worlds!
Holly’s unique educational background paired with her personal experience as a mother has lead to her interest in women’s and paediatric health, primarily fertility, peri/prenatal care, and children’s health, however she enjoys working with the entire spectrum of health issues. This includes but is not limited to digestive health, food allergies, metabolic imbalances, weight management, and pain syndromes.