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Nicole Egenberger, ND
clinic director + naturopathic doctor
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. She can be reached at 646.485.5229.

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Stephenie Pisacano, ND
naturopathic doctor
Dr. Stephenie Pisacano received her Doctorate in Naturopathic medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. She currently holds a Connecticut State Naturopathic Physician's license.

Stephenie has completed additional training as a prenatal and birth doula and a certified lactation counselor in order to better support woman through their pre and postpartum journey. In her practice, she supports women’s health, including fertility, PCOS, endometriosis, and both pre- and post-menopause hormone dysregulation. Stephenie also works with patients diagnosed with complex autoimmune conditions, those with gastrointestinal issues, fatigue, and anxiety.

Stephenie spent time training with PedANP (Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians) and is passionate about supporting children and adolescents with their health concerns. She has completed training under Dr. Matthew Baral, a leader in the naturopathic community, to support children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Stephenie strives to help families understand how food, nutrition, and environmental factors affect children’s health and development. She enjoys working with families as a whole, with the understanding that health within a household is a team effort.

Prior to her medical training, Dr. Pisacano received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Nova Southeastern University. During her undergraduate career, she competed in NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball. Her love for physical activity, optimizing nutrition, and lifestyle led her to pursue naturopathic medicine. Dr. Pisacano is a New York native and was raised in Cutchogue, a small town on the North Fork of Long Island. She's thrilled to be returning to New York to help support her fellow New Yorkers.

To schedule an appointment with Stephenie, please call Remède at 646.485.5229 or email us.


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