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  • Nutritional Sciences 

  • Gut Health: IBS, SIBO

  • Mental Health & Stress Management

  • Children's Health 

  • IV Therapy Consults


  • Doctor of Functional Medicine

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc. Hons) in Nutritional Science - University of British Columbia

  • Naturopathic Degree - Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine

With an individualized and holistic approach to patient care, Naturopathic Medicine offers great benefit to physical, mental, and emotional health, thereby improving overall quality of life.


Dr. Scarlett Cooper is a licensed naturopathic doctor in the province of British Columbia, with over a decade in clinical practice.

With a strong background in nutrition, Dr. Cooper works with patients to build a foundation for health, complementing dietary and lifestyle approaches with additional naturopathic treatments including herbal medicine, acupuncture, IV therapy and homeopathy.  Dr. Cooper enjoys working with all patients who are interested in improving their health; in her clinical practice she has particular interest in women's health, children’s health, digestive conditions, hormone balance, and stress management.


Growing up on Saltspring Island in a family with an appreciation for wholesome diet and natural medicine inspired Dr. Cooper to study Nutritional Science at the University of British Columbia.  When health concerns encouraged her to seek naturopathic treatment and addressing the root cause resulted in a true cure, she felt motivated by her doctor's holistic approach.  After earning a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nutritional Science at UBC, she went on to graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario and returned home to the West Coast to pursue a rewarding career in naturopathic medicine. 

Dr Cooper also offers virtual appointments to serve patients in more remote areas of British Columbia.


Born and raised on the West Coast, Dr. Cooper nourishes her roots with as much time spent outdoors as the rain will allow. As part of her own self-care, Dr. Cooper has maintained a lifelong personal yoga practice, and earned her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate from Semperviva Yoga in Vancouver, BC.  She is also an avid long distance trail runner, and enjoys mountain biking, hiking, dancing, yoga, spending time with her husband and young son, and having endless adventures in the kitchen.

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