Dr. Spogmai Hakimi, HBSc, BEd, ND

Dr. Spogmai Hakimi is a board certified and licensed Naturopathic Doctor. She has attained her Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Life Sciences and her Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Toronto. Her combined passion for education and health led her to complete a four year doctorate program in Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. In her primary care practice, Dr. Hakimi integrates her strong conventional diagnostic skills along with research proven natural therapies to create safe and effective individualized treatment protocols. The cornerstone of her treatment philosophy is to address the root cause of disease by acknowledging the interdependence of the body, mind, and spirit.
Dr. Hakimi has a family health practice with special focus on autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular health, weight management, digestive disorders, stress & anxiety, women’s health, and pain management. She uses an evidence-based approach in her practice along with Clinical Nutrition, Diet & Lifestyle changes, Botanical Medicine, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, and Counseling to optimize her patient’s health and wellbeing. Dr. Hakimi’s passion for education allows her to fulfill the principle of Doctor as a Teacher. She takes an ample amount of time educating her patients and the public about health and wellness with prevention of disease as the primary focus. With use of a holistic approach, Dr. Hakimi serves as a facilitator in guiding others on their individualized health journeys, inspiring them to embrace a more balanced vital life. Dr. Hakimi teaches Human Anatomy and Physiology at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Mississauga Campus.

  • HAP01 Human Anatomy and Physiology

    This course includes the study of normal anatomy and physiology of the human body, beginning with the structure and function of the cell and continuing with the organization of the cell into organs. Specific topics covered will be transport mechanisms, the lymphatic system, the gastrointestinal tract, the endocrine system and the reproductive system. The interrelationship between systems will be explored with a focus on integrative and homeostatic control mechanisms.