About Kitty Shang, B.Sc, N.D., Doula

Dr. Kitty Shang graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2004 with a desire to provide the most professional and compassionate care to clients of all ages. She is happy to work with other health practitioners to provide a comprehensive care. Dr. Kitty also enjoys engaging her clients with their own health care, by always providing thorough explanation on the diagnosis and the treatment required.

Prior to her journey into natural medicine, Dr. Kitty was a quirky science nerd with a fascination for all things in nature. So it was no surprise to anyone when she graduated with Distinction from the University of Guelph’s Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences. Today, Kitty Shang continues her passion for learning in the fields of woman’s health, digestive health, chronic degenerative diseases, and cancer care. She sees herself as a problem solver. Working with “unusual” symptoms and conditions are her favorite part of being a Naturopathic Doctor.  As a DONA trained Doula, Dr. Kitty works with women to rediscover their inner strength through labour.

As a proud mama of two vivacious kids, Dr. Kitty is dedicated to provide all young children with a healthy foundation to life.

Catering to her clientele’s unique physiology, Kitty Shang selects her treatment modalities based on the body’s ability to respond and the severity of the conditions treated.  Dr. Shang has studied under numerous international and Canadian experts in fields of classical homeopathy, Bowen therapy, Western herbal medicine, traditional Chinese Medicine, biopuncture, intravenous nutrient therapies, and bio-identical hormones.

Dr. Kitty is a licensed to practice in Ontario under CONO (College of Naturopaths of Ontario).  She is member of CAND (Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors), OAND (Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors), OncANP (Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians), and formerly of APND (Association of Perinatal Naturopathic Doctors).


Various Continuing Education courses, averaging 40 hours each year

Nov 2010

OAND Conference

Apr 2011

When Shen Encounters Jing: Exploring Pediatrics from Eastern & Western Perspective.  (David Miller MD, OM)

May 2011

Integrative Medicine for Women’s Health:  An Intensive for Herbalist, Naturopath, & Midwives.  (Aviva Romm Herbalist, Midwife, MD)

Oct 2011

APND Symposium: Mammary Constriction Syndrome; Drug Exposure During Pregnancy & Lactation; 20 Years of Pediatric Practice, mistakes made, lessons learned; What’s Going on Down There; Pediatric Food Introduction; Mothering Through Sadness; Lovers in a Dangerous Time

Jan 2012

Fetal life, Birth and Health (Michel Odent, MD)

Oct 2012

APND Symposium:  Homeopathy & Allergy; Nourishing Herbal Infusions for the Childbearing Years and Beyond; Maintaining Healthy Relationship during Perinatal Period; Elevated FSH, Infertility & TCM

Nov 2012

Anxiety in Children & Youth (Gordon Neufeld PhD)

Jan 2013

Constitutional Iridology

Feb 2013

Homeopathic Biopuncture

May 2013

Intravenous Therapy and other parenteral therapies (Paul Saunders PhD, ND)

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