SCNM is now Sonoran University of Health Sciences. As you explore our new website, you may notice mention of SCNM in some documents and images. We are working to update this!

Prabhjot Kaur Chohan NMD

Resident Physician

Hormonal, Fertility, Autoimmune, Gut Health, Mind-Body, Behavioral

About Me:  I am enthusiastic, persistent, and creative in supporting patients to give a meaningful purpose to their lives and achieve their healthcare goals. I facilitate their wellness journeys by making individualized, evidence-based, integrative management plans. Having completed a naturopathic medicine doctor program in Canada and a doctor of medicine program in India, I absolutely cherish the blend of naturopathic and conventional medicine. I have extensive experience working in a family and internal medicine setting, clinical research, and medical writing. I am passionate about using different naturopathic modalities such as nutrition, botanicals, homeopathy, acupuncture, mind-body counseling, and physical medicine. During my general medicine residency, I continue to develop the art of healing through clinical practice, mentoring, research, and continuing education.


Top Emphases: Women’s Health, pediatrics, elderly care, mental health



Doctor of Naturopathy Bridge delivery program, CCNM, Toronto, Ontario, 2022

Certified Clinical Research Associate program, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 2016

Associates degree in Psychology and Social Sciences, College of San Mateo, San Mateo, California, 2013

MBBS Degree (2003), and MD Physiology (2008), Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Punjab, India



Chohan PK, Gratton A. The effect of natural therapies in combination with the usual care for the treatment of depression: A narrative review.  URNCST Journal. 2022Feb07: 6(2).


1st prize scientific poster (researcher), INCAM Research Symposium, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 2022
Topic: Mediterranean Diet Adaptations to Traditional Cultural Eating Paradigms: A Realist Synthesis

1st prize scientific poster (presenter), 5th Annual Research Day, CCNM, Toronto, Ontario,2021
Topic: The effect of natural therapies in combination with the usual care for the treatment of depression: A narrative review.