Dr. Courtney Campbell
Dr. Courtney Campbell is a naturopathic physician and co-founder of AIM. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, before completing her 4-year doctorate program at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Campbell has a general family practice with a focus on:
• women’s health
• hormonal balancing (menstrual regulation, menopause)
• digestive disorders
• weight loss, weight maintenance, & clinical nutrition
• food sensitivity screening & treatment
• fatigue, stress, & anxiety
• fertility & prenatal treatment & support
• athletic health & optimization
She draws upon a range of treatments including acupuncture, botanical medicine, detoxification, intravenous therapies, diet and lifestyle counseling. Her approach involves educating patients about optimizing their mind and body in the present, to ensure health, happiness, and an active lifestyle for years to come.
As a naturopathic physician she approaches each patient in a holistic manner, considering all aspects of their current concerns, past medical history, and emotional wellbeing. Some of the diagnostic tools she is trained to employ in her practice include a variety of laboratory testing (general blood chemistry, hormone panels, food sensitivities, etc.) and physical examination (including regular PAP exams for women).
Dr. Campbell is further trained and certified in a number of treatment modalities including:
• Toxic Metal Chelation
• Neural Therapy
• IV Vitamin Infusion Therapy
• License to Prescribe (BC Prescriptive Authority)
Outside of her practice, she maintains balance and wellness in her own life through healthy cooking, hiking and connecting with nature, marathon training, and running the seawall with her dog Winston.