Dr. Marianne Trevorrow, ND practices integrative family medicine at Pure Clinic Latoria in Colwood, BC.
Her family practice welcomes patients of all ages with common medical concerns such as heart disease, diabetes, thyroid, digestive, allergic and mood problems. She performs most routine physical exams in office including gyn exams and yearly physical exams for patients. In addition, she also co-ordinates routine medication review appointments with the pharmacists at Pure Latoria for many patients on a variety of medicines.
Routine blood testing can be ordered though Lifelabs on a private basis, and specialized testing for hormonal or food sensitivity issues is available through Rocky Mountain Analytical labs in Calgary, Alberta.
Dr. Marianne also sees many young patients with autism, anxiety and/or ADHD, as well as for other chronic childhood problems such as allergies, asthma or eczema. Many of her children have more than one problem at a time, and families appreciate her down-to-earth, step by step method to achieving progress with autism without large outlays for out-of-country testing.
Clinically, Dr. Marianne is a firm believer in providing comprehensive family care and combining the best of both conventional and alternative medicines. She is working to incorporate a new model of family medicine that uses a relationship-based model and where offices are small and highly efficient, allowing patients more time to see their physician, and physicians have the time and energy to give patients their full and undivided attention. Our office encourages patients to book and confirm appointments online.
Dr. Marianne is able to direct bill patients on Great West Life and RCMP members with Blue Cross coverage, but encourages all patients to contact her office regardless of insurance status. She also has a sliding scale for patients on MSP premium assistance, and will be happy to give details on this if you contact her office.
Dr. Marianne has been licensed to prescribe in BC since 2010, is Board-Certified in oral chelation therapy, and has been affiliated with the Autism Research Institute and Autism Canada since 2006. She is a sought after speaker on autism and pediatric environmental medicines, as well as food sensitivities, medical thermography for breast health, and bio-identical hormone therapies in women.
Please visit her website for more information at www.drmarianne.ca