Meet Dr. Bean
I have always enjoyed learning the uniqueness of the human body - how each system, be it anatomical or emotional, plays an intricate role in maintaining the strength of our body.
With my patients, I am passionate about discovering what part of the system is responsible for creating imbalances. To dig deeper than the surface and look at all aspects, ultimately finding the missing link. Each and every person will have different reasons for bringing on ailments or dis-ease and it is my job to discover what part needs a bit more attention.
I am currently licensed and in good standing with the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC) along with completion of my prescription authority through the CNPBC
My practice encompasses family naturopathic medicine ranging from:
- Pain management
- Women's health
- Cardiovascular health
- Digestive disorders: SIBO, IBD
- Autoimmune conditions
I have a special interest in supporting those with:
- Lyme Disease and co-infections
- Mitochondrial disorders
I am open to any challenge that presents itself as I strongly adhere to the belief that every person has a right to complete and honest health care.
The treatments I use are chosen based on what is most compatible and effective for your health. My training encompasses in depth understanding of pharmaceutical action on the body while having extensive training on how to support the body and restore balance from an integrative approach.
I practice with integrity, compassion and respect. I strive to see you as a whole person, not just your condition. I welcome you to join me in this journey in achieving optimal well-being.
- Vaccine Administration
- ART (Autonomic Response Testing)
- BCNA (British Columbia of Naturopthic Doctors)
- CAND (Canadian Associations of Naturopthic Doctors)
- ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society)
Dr. Bean in late 2013 at 23 weeks pregnant. Yoga is an important part of her life for strength, flexibility and mental clairity