Dr. Egenberger completed four years of post-graduate medical education at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine after receiving a Bachelor Degree in Cell Biology and Philosophy at McGill University in Montreal. She is a past winner of the prestigious Estate of Joyce Vanderburgh Award for clinical excellence.
Dr. Egenberger has pursued her love of homeopathic and botanical medicines in further post-graduate training with world-renowned experts in homeopathy and botanical medicines, including Jan Scholten, Rajan Sankaran and Louis Klein. She currently holds a Connecticut State Naturopathic Physician's license.
In her practice, Dr. Egenberger focuses on women's health concerns and autoimmune conditions. Committed to furthering medical research, Dr. Egenberger has published work in the field of endocrinology and is currently developing protocols for the combined use of detoxification, clinical nutrition, and European biological medicine.
Dr. Egenberger is former Vice President of the New York Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Institute of Naturopathic Education and Research.
A Canadian with Hungarian and Australian roots, Nicole speaks French fluently and welcomes French-speaking patients. A lecturer and educator, she provides expert advice on naturopathic medicine and natural healing.
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Estate of Joyce Vanderburgh award for Clinical Excellence (professional)
Awarded for outstanding clinical performance and patient interaction.
Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine: ND., Naturopathic Medicine 2003
McGill University: B.Sc., Anatomy and Cell Biology / Philosophy 1998
- New York Association of Naturopathic Physicians : Former Vice President
- American Association of Naturopathic Physicians : Member
- Institute of Naturopathic Education and Research : Member
Media Appearances (10)
Success Stories: Dr. Nicole Egenberger - CCNM
“Being a naturopathic doctor is a calling more than a job; it requires dedication and will constantly stretch you, both intellectually and emotionally. And if you can commit to that, it will make you a better person.”
Practising in the Big Apple
Mind | Body | Spirit print
When she first heard the term “frontier medicine” at a lecture at CCNM – described as the care provided by an ND who practises in an unregulated jurisdiction – Nicole Egenberger, ND, was inspired.
Evaporating Winter Blues: What Saunas and Steam Rooms Do to Your Body
The extreme temperatures of saunas, steam rooms and cold plunge pools can positively impact the body, from assisting in detoxification and stress-relief according to naturopathic doctors.
These Natural Immune Boosters Can Help You Avoid Colds
From increasing your mushroom intake to boosting your dose of probiotics, to ending your hot shower with a blast of cold water, there are plenty of non-medication-based tactics to help you boost your immune system during the fall and winter, according to naturopaths interviewed by DNAinfo. "One of the best defenses we have against running into all those viruses is to improve our bodies' ability to handle them," according to Nicole Egenberger, a naturopathic practitioner based in SoHo...
It's Really A Team Effort -- Fertility
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In this episode, Dr. Claire interviews Dr. Nicole Egenberger, prominent naturopathic physician in New York City and Director of Remede Naturopathics in Greenwich Village. They talk about natural fertility success strategies for couples in their 30s and 40s, including the often-overlooked importance of male sexual health in the mix.
How to Treat Heartburn Naturally
Heartburn brings with it an annoying burning sensation in your lower chest, and sometimes leaves a sour taste in your mouth. It occurs when the stomach’s acidic digestive juices flow backward into the esophagus. Normally, the esophagus is protected by a valve called the esophageal sphincter, or LES. But sometimes the valve relaxes allow stomach acids in, which irritates the esophageal lining, leading to heartburn.
So are there natural remedies to avoid this problem?
Yes, says Nicole Egenberger, naturopathic doctor and clinic director of Remede Naturopathics, an integrative clinic in New York City.
Beat the Backup
Alternative Medicine Magazine online
Constipation affects one in six adults—primarily women and older people—with symptoms that range from uncomfortable to downright disruptive. Chronic constipation means waste (and toxins) sit longer in your body and can cause cramps, embarrassing gas, and painful bowel movements, leaving you feeling sluggish, full, and constantly uncomfortable.
Boost Your Thyroid
Thyroid Diet Coach online
Learn how to help your thyroid with the right supplements, herbs and emotions.
Guest speaker: Dr Nicole Egenberger, Naturopathic Doctor at Remede Naturopathics, NYC
The Doable Detox
Natural Health Magazine print
Detox, One little word with a lot of appeal, Sure, it's not the easiest of endeavors (goodbye coffee, hello herbal tea), but the promise is huge: Just a week into a detox and you're likely to experience a boost n energy, clearer skin, less gas and b oaring and even less congestion, says Nicole Egenberger, N.D., clinic director of Remede Naturopathics in New York City. * What's behind this seemingly miraculous transformation? Consider this: Even if you take good care of your body, you're still bombarded with toxins. They're in the food you eat, the water you drink and the air you breathe. Your body natural y produces toxins, too. It's up to your digestive system--especially the hard-working liver, the body's main detoxifier--to send those toxins packing.
Triggers of Autoimmune Conditions
Naturopathic Doctors News & Review print
A discussion on the triggers of autoimmune conditions.
Sample Talks (1)
Genetic Mutations in Methylation: SNP Impact on Patients and Treatment
Genetic mutations (SNPs) in the methylation pathway are a common underlying cause of many chronic conditions, including cardiovascular disease, depression, infertility, chronic fatigue, and chronic pain syndromes. Addressing SNPs through nutritional and dietary interventions can significantly improve treatment. This talk highlights the implications of some of the most common SNPs and potential treatment options.
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Cellular junctions in the testis and epididymis play crucial roles for the development and maturation of spermatozoa. In the testis, tight junctions between Sertoli cells form a functional blood testis barrier between 10 and 16 days of age, whereas the tight junctional ...