Dr. Ayla was born and raised in Dawson Creek. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology, then went on to complete her Doctor of Naturopathy Degree at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. In 2018 she returned to her roots to open Oak Clinic with the help of her partner Gordon and wonderful family. While navigating these challenging past few years has been quite the journey, her love for being a Naturopathic Doctor has only grown stronger as she finds her fit in the amazing community of Dawson Creek.
Ayla is a Fully Licensed Registrant and Practicing Naturopathic Doctor, in the Province of British Columbia. She is also certified in Prescriptive Authority, Intravenous & Injection Therapy, Chelation, Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture.
Dr. Ayla is one of our general practitioners, but has a special interest in treating hormones, digestion, mental health and skin conditions. With her powerful understanding of the incredible complexities that make up the human body; she is ready to guide you on your unique health journeys.
I find patients are often concerned that they’re going to overwhelm me with their list of ailments. Fear not, for I too have walked a mile, or two, or perhaps a hundred in similar shoes... In fact, it’s one of the reasons I became a Naturopathic Doctor. From chronic migraines to ovarian cysts, fatigue, anxiety, mycotoxin poisoning and much more, trust me when I say, I’ve been there. I understand how truly complex and unique one’s personal health journey can be. Rarely does someone have only one symptom. Bring me your sh*t, we will sort it out!
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The thyroid, a small butterfly-shaped gland in the neck, wields immense influence over our metabolism, energy levels, and overall well-being. When thyroid function becomes imbalanced, it can lead to a range of health issues.
The Bristol Stool Chart is a valuable tool for monitoring digestive health. By paying attention to the texture and shape of our feces, we can gain insights into the health of our digestive system and take appropriate action if necessary.