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We Help You Feel Better
Integrative Medicine in Downtown Guelph
Are you feeling heard?
Want to know more but not getting answers?
Feel like there must be more options?

We believe you should have the information you need to understand your situation and the tools to create your personal roadmap to better health.

Add us to your health team to get the comprehensive treatment approach you deserve.

Our naturopathic doctors are here to support you

Dr. Stef Cordes, ND

Mental Health


Dr. Alex Verge, ND

Healthy Aging
Cardiovascular Health


Dr. Paulina Zettel, ND

Perinatal/Postpartum Health

As general practitioners, they can also address a variety of other conditions.

Your easy 4 step plan

Schedule Appointment

Execute customized plan

Take control of your health

Feel better

Our commitment to you
  • We will listen
  • We will investigate
  • We will explain
  • We will answer questions
  • We will provide actionable strategies
Kura Clinic in Guelph is situated on Attawandaron/Attawandaronk/Chonnonton ancestral land and the territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. This has been and is currently the home to many First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people and we offer our respect as we strive to strengthen our relationships with the original habitants of this land. We at Kura recognize the means by which this land was settled is unjust and that it continues to cause harm. We understand that we must do more to learn, share, and support truth and healing. We are open to hear any criticism or suggestions on how to foster positive relationships.

We at Kura acknowledge that systemic and structural anti-Black racism exists and is a crisis impacting the health and wellbeing of many Black Canadians. We recognize that our current healthcare system, including naturopathic medicine, was developed in a racist and patriarchal world. From its early beginnings up until this day, racial disparities limit access to quality healthcare. Furthermore, today’s health and wellness world is largely white and privileged with a long history of cultural appropriation from BIPOC communities.

We stand in solidarity with those who raise their voices in the fight for the basic human right of health. We will stand up and speak out against systemic and institutional racism, and keep each other accountable. We will amplify Black voices and resources (particularly in healthcare) on our social media and website, and advocate for inclusive imagery and actions with the companies we use. We state our intentions to grow and be better; listening, learning, changing and doing the work.

The information on this website is not intended to be medical advice and should not be treated as such. If you have any concerns or questions about your health or symptoms, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider promptly. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read or accessed on this (or any other) website.