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    Dr. Andrew McParland, ND and Dr. Hannah Webb, ND
    Naturopathic Physicians

    ***Please note: Dr. Webb will be off island until March 30th. Dr. McParland will be seeing patients in her absence.

    ***We are hosting a free talk about perimenopause at the clinic on March 30th. For more information see the event listing, here: https://saltspringexchange.com/list/perimenopause-an-individualized-approach/


    We are starting a new naturopathic medical practice on Salt Spring Island! As naturopathic doctors we strive to bridge the gap between conventional medicine and alternative medicine. We use tools from both worlds. Come to us with any health concern – we can offer unique investigative testing and treatments, and an alternative philosophy of health and wellness.


    We believe it is important in health to address all levels of being: physical, emotional, and spiritual. We take the time to gather a fully comprehensive health history to understand all of these aspects of you, as this information allows us to begin to understand and address the root cause of your health challenges. Our goals are wellness and health optimization, not just symptom palliation that leads to feeling “not bad”. We believe in educating and empowering our patients, and will work WITH you as an ally and supporter on your health journey. We value informed consent, and ensure we give our patients a clear sense of the possible benefits as well as drawbacks of every treatment, both conventional and alternative.


    Our primary tools include nutrition, botanical medicine, mind-body medicine, and high-dose nutrient IVs. We also do lifestyle counselling (i.e. discussing your habits around sleep, exercise, and diet, and ways they can be optimized). In addition we offer acupuncture, spinal manipulations, and homeopathy.


    We see patients with a very wide range of health conditions. This could include fatigue, stress, perimenopause, autoimmune conditions, chronic pain, cardiovascular disease, digestive issues and food sensitivities, hormone conditions, fertility challenges, mental health conditions, cancer, weight management, and allergies.


    In your initial 60-minute visit we will discuss your primary health concerns, your medical history, and other indicators of health such as your sleep, stress, and diet. We will perform any required physical exams, and we will do lab work if necessary. Please bring any current lab work, imaging, or surgical reports with you to this visit.
    The number of follow-up visits will vary depending on your particular needs. Some patients may require 1-2 return visits, some may come weekly for 6-weeks for a specific in-office protocol, while others will continue to see us on an ongoing basis for yearly check-ups.

    We would love to work with you!

    For more information see:

    Appointment booking is available online at https://www.smartnd.ca/online-booking/2180 or by calling 250-999-9371

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