Melanie DesChatelets, BSc(h), ND

Mélanie DesChâtelets, BSc(h), ND, is a licensed Naturopathic Physician committed to recognizing and attending to the fundamental antecedents of illness. Using the synergistic power of groundbreaking scientific
evidence and long standing historical evidence in natural medicine, Mélanie strives to empower individuals to reclaim their health by living a proactive lifestyle and having inspired health.

Mélanie completed her honour's bachelor of science at Brock University and continued at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine to complete her four year post-graduate naturopathic medical training.  In addition to practicing at the Robert Shad Naturopathic Clinic gaining vast exposure in a family medicine setting she also practiced in an HIV positive clinic and was a member of the CCNM sports medicine specialty team.  Currently, Mélanie practices at True Health Studio in the arbutus ridge neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia.

You can contact Dr Mélanie DesChâtelets by email or via her website.  True Health Studio is an integrative clinic located at Unit 200-4255, Arbutus St, Vancouver, BC, V6J4R1
The phone number at the clinic is 604.288.5351


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