Dr. Korsunsky is a licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine with a warm, family oriented practice. She has special interests in mind-body medicine, autoimmune diseases and pediatric conditions. Her background includes over 15 years of working with children as a caregiver, coach and a summer camp coordinator. Since her diagnosis with Lupus at the age of 16, Dr. Korsunsky has used Naturopathic and conventional medicine to maintain a full and balanced life with a chronic illness. Her experiences both as a patient and as a caregiver have shaped her into an empathetic and understanding doctor with experiential wisdom. She is eager to share her positive healing experiences with others who feel challenged by their health.
Sara is originally from Winnipeg, studied Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. Sara recognizes the importance of balance and the mind-body connection, and cultivates it in her life through a constantly evolving practice of yoga and meditation, spending time with children and friends, walking, and studying herbs in her garden and her kitchen.
Dr. Sara Korsunsky is a registered, licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, having completed the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine's four year postgraduate program in 2006. Prior to attending CCNM, Dr. Korsunsky graduated from the University of Winnipeg with an honors Bachelor degree in Basic Sciences.
Sara is trained in Physical Examinations and Diagnostics, Acupuncture and Traditional Asian Medicine, Botanical Medicine, Homeopathy, Cellular Drainage, Soft Tissue Manipulation, Hydrotherapy, Physical Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Lifestyle Counseling, and Parenteral (IV) Therapies. She completed a one year internship treating patients at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic in Toronto.
Dr. Korsunsky's background includes Naturopathic volunteer work at Toronto's Anishnawbe Health Clinic and over 15 years of working with children. She has written articles for serveral Canadian health magazines and for the Alberta Lupus Society.
Dr. Korsunsky enjoys being an active member of the community. Sara was a member of the Spirituality in Health Care Network in Toronto, Ontario, and volunteered extensively within the naturopathic college. She served as Vice President of Student Services and began and co-facilitated a support group for students with chronic illnesses. She speaks both English and French and welcomes French speaking patients.