Dr. Victor Chan, ND
Before becoming a naturopathic physician, Dr. Chan obtained a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Pharmacology and a Master of Business Administration degree in Health Administration. He then went on to graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine where he was awarded the President’s Award of Excellence for his contributions. Upon graduation, he was quickly elected to the board of the Canadian Naturopathic Association (now the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors) where he sat on the Government Relations and External Communications committees. Most recently, he served as co-President of the British Columbia Naturopathic Association.
Active Professional Memberships
Dr. Chan is a current member or registrant of the following professional organizations:
Specialty Therapy Board Certifications
Dr. Chan has attained advanced training and is board-certified to perform the following advanced therapies:
Dr. Chan’s treatment approach has evolved over the years and has been shaped by what he’s learned from the thousands of patients he has cared for and by the “Integrated Medicine” model of his colleague and mentor, Dr. Timothy Brown, ND. Using the principles of naturopathic medicine, Dr. Chan focuses on the individual patient (not the disease) and applies a vast array of therapies to address the patient’s nutritional deficiencies, allergies/toxicities, structural injuries, and mental/emotional stresses. This supports and stimulates the body’s natural healing ability and optimal health is restored.
One of the things that drew Dr. Chan towards naturopathic medicine is the eclectic nature of the profession and he enjoys using a wide variety of treatment modalities to help his patients achieve their health goals. As a life-long sports enthusiast and athlete, Dr. Chan has pursued his interest in sports medicine and the treatment of pain and injury. As such, he has accumulated countless hours of additional training and is board certified in a number of advanced therapies including acupuncture, IV nutrient therapy, trigger point injection therapy, and prolotherapy using platelet-rich plasma (PRP).