Healthcare has entered a new era. Electronic medical records are streamlining communication; healthcare reform is changing who has access to care; and the internet enables people to research their own conditions (for better or for worse). Medicine is becoming much more efficient.
Sixty years ago in their small village, my grandfather was the only doctor and my grandmother was the only dentist. Back then, life was slower. They had time to really get to know their patients. The relationship was an integral part of the healing process. Although sometimes it seems to have slipped away, there still are places where relationship is central to care, if you know where to look.
I am passionate about this medicine. I believe in taking the time to explore the causes of ill health and craft individualized treatments. I love practicing naturopathic medicine because of what it allows me to offer. I make time in a visit to hear what you need to say. I give time and attention to your health on all levels–mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. I am committed to excellence in the care I give and I am experienced with just the right combination of up-to-date science, traditional healing practices and a gentle, effective approach to human health and well-being.
I look forward to meeting you in person.
Dr. Laila Tomsovic
Dr. Tomsovic is not a medical doctor. Naturopathic medicine is not a medical specialty but a separate and distinct health care tradition. Dr. Tomsovic graduated from an accredited four year graduate program as a naturopathic doctor and is currently licensed in the state of Vermont. Massachusetts does not currently offer licensing for naturopathic doctors.
For this reason, certain services listed on this website are only available through the Brattleboro, VT office. Please contact us for details.