Who We Are

Acute Care

Naturopathic Doctors

Treatment Areas



Pre- and Post-natal Care

Mental Health

Gastrointestinal Issues

Hormone Balancing

Thyroid Disorders


Autoimmune Conditions

Dr. Lisa Ghent, ND
Doctor, clinic leader


Naturopathic medicine is really close to my heart. It was my own ND over a decade ago that discovered why my husband and I were struggling to get and stay pregnant. Because of her I now have three beautiful daughters. It was this experience that also led me to become a naturopath. I already had a background in medicine, but I was so drawn to the idea of really listening to people’s stories and treating them holistically. I am truly grateful to do what I do. There is no doubt that my calling is to care for others and help guide them towards health. 


My credentials: I have a Bachelor of Science with honours from Athabasca University, and graduated as a naturopathic doctor from the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine where I was awarded the prestigious Clinical Excellence Award. I am a member in good standing of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), the British Columbia Naturopathic Association (BCNA), the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians (pedANP), and am licensed by the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC). I am board certified in Acupuncture, Intravenous and Chelation Therapy. I have completed additional naturopathic courses in pre- and post-natal care, pediatrics, obstetrics, hormone replacement therapy, and chelation therapies. I also have prescription authority here in BC.

Karly McMaster, ND


​I believe that in order to achieve optimal health you must treat the root cause of disease, and you have to treat the whole person. We are incredibly complex and unique beings that can't be reduced to a mere symptom to be solved by a pill. So much of our health depends on not only our physical body, but also our mental and emotional states. In creating a patient-centered approach to healthcare, naturopathic medicine helps to restore balance. I find myself continuously more curious and excited about the power of this profession, especially after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease at age 18. I am thrilled to be back in South Delta for my clinical practice. 

I treat all ages and genders, but do have special interests in a number of areas including autoimmune conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, sports medicine (you may know me as a dancer or teacher at Deas Island!), women's and children's health.

Learn more at :http://www.drkarlymcmaster.com

My credentials: I am a licensed naturopathic doctor in good standing with the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC); and a member of the British Columbia Naturopathic Association (BCNA), Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (GastroANP), and a registered health care professional with Healthy Dancer Canada (HDC). I am certified in acupuncture and also have prescriptive authority in BC, which includes IV therapy.

Treatment Areas


Autoimmune Conditions

Digestive Concerns

Sports Medicine

Women's Health

Children's Health

Massage Therapists

Treatment Areas


Chronic Pain

Sports Rehab

Stress & Anxiety

Migraines & Headaches

Neck Tension

Sciatica and Low Back Pain

Plantar Fasciitis

Michael Reoch, RMT
**Currently accepting new patients


Since I can remember, I have had a passion for helping people. That passion, mixed with my drive to learn how the body works led me to become an RMT.  I’ve spent hundreds of hours in post-graduate education on the science of pain. I use this extra knowledge to uniquely assess patients and help them figure out what is causing their pain. I often see people with conditions which are complex and daunting but find that Massage Therapy combined with movement or exercises will almost always help. 

Like most RMTs, I have training in many techniques and multiple methods of treatment. I will work with you to find the one that best suits your body weather with gentle, steady or firm pressures.

I have always thought it important to give back to the community by volunteering and joined the volunteer board of the RMTBC for six years helping to advance the massage therapy profession through science-based education. I am a past board member and Chair of the Communications Committee for the Registered Massage Therapy Association of British Columbia. Through the RMTBC, I helped to create an advanced practice group for pain management to help RMTs pursue advanced education in pain sciences called APGPain. He has helped develop Pain education programs for RMTs in BC through the RMTBC and PainBC. Presently, I volunteer in Ladner with the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue and the Delta Police Department. 


My credentials:  I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007. I am a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC) and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC (RMTBC). I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007. I am a past instructor at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy where I taught advanced clinical and academic classes for four years. I have been asked to chair a research panel at the 2012 Third International Fascia Research Congress in Vancouver, the RMTBC international Persistent Pain conference in 2014 and the RMTBC Manual Therapy conference in 2016.  I teach postgraduate courses for RMTs, Physios, Osteos, and Chiros throughout BC as well as across Canada, the USA, and in Europe, both in English and French. 

Marcia Reoch, RMT
**Return patients only

When I was younger, I suffered from a chronic shoulder problem after intense sport training. My rehab involved a wonderful manual therapist who helped me through my pain, and inspired me to do the same for others. I use manual therapy, patient education, and strengthening with patients. I have a passion for working with women during and post-pregnancy, a passion that was enhanced by having had two children of my own. I also have strong knowledge working on a wide variety of pathologies and postural imbalances. I believe that postural alignment and muscle balance are important in recovery.  My husband and I started a massage therapy practice in South Delta, which you can read more about at http://wellandable.ca/. 

In my free time, I enjoy being active and hanging out with my family. I love swimming, nature, and most outdoor activities. I also enjoy DIY projects around the house and being creative in many different ways, such as sewing, poems, and art projects with my kids.

I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007.am a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC) and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC (RMTBC).

Treatment Areas


Stress & Anxiety

Migraines & Headaches

Muscular Tension


Pregnancy and Post-Partum

Sports Injuries

Treatment Areas

Stress & Anxiety

Migraines & Headaches

Muscular Tension


Pregnancy and Post-Partum

Infants - Colic, Sleep

Kaely Brittliffe, RMT
**Return patients only


Touch is the first sense to develop, and arguably the last sense we lose. It allows us to feel connection to the world around us. I have always been fascinated by the complexity of the human body and drawn to massage therapy as a way to restore ease and balance in the body. Being a massage therapist is truly my calling. During my studies I participated in the BC Women’s Hospital student outreach providing massage therapy to women admitted with high risk pregnancies, and at the student clinic I provided treatments for women with low risk pregnancies. These experiences sparked a passion for supporting women during their childbearing years. Now, raising two children of my own, I feel a deeper understanding and appreciation for the extraordinary changes that occur in the body during pregnancy and beyond.


My treatments are for everyBODY; I treat all genders in all stages of life with a focus on pre/post natal and infant massage. I use a combination of swedish massage with trigger point release, craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilizations and muscle energy release in a treatment style I describe as deep flow massage. I take a holistic approach , looking at the body as a whole when determining how best to provide support in reaching optimal health.


My credentials: I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008, and am a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC) and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC (RMTBC). I have completed further training with the Upledger Institue in CranioSacral Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release, and CranioSacral Therapy for Pediatrics. I am also a certified Infant Massage Instructor.

Shanalee Farrow, RMT
**currently on leave; returning Nov 2020

Registered Clinical Counselling

Adrienne Johnson, RCC, CCC


I am passionate about helping clients who are facing challenges in transitions, relationships, or who are exploring questions about their life’s meaning and purpose. I also have experience working with anxiety, depression, and stress management. I approach my work with warmth, inclusion and open-mindedness. I believe that each person is the expert in their own life, and that my job as a counsellor is to help facilitate each person’s exploration of their own unique skills, strengths, and story.

I use a holistic approach, and draw on a variety of theoretical approaches and techniques, tailoring my work to each person’s individual needs to help them create positive and lasting change. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#6913) with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors and a Canadian Certified Counsellor (#6710) with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

Read more about my practice on my website: www.adriennejohnson.ca  

Sherry-Lynn Lidemark, RCC, Art Therapist


My intention is to journey beside you to create an opportunity for you to connect to your truth and to help nurture your ability to connect with others. I believe in supporting you to create connections to your heart through narrative or art therapy.

My approach is client-centered and emphasizes the need for you to be the agent of change. I create opportunities for you to  explore your needs in a safe, supported environment. 

I value families and create opportunities for healing, growth, and improved relations through the use of emotionally-focused family or art therapy.

I create opportunities for you to decrease symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, grief, and stress.

Read more about my practice here: 



I hold a Masters Degree in Counselling with an Art Therapy Specialization. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (BCACC #8711) practicing in White Rock, North Vancouver, and now Ladner.

Pedorthics (Custom Orthotics & Bracing)

Treatment Areas


Biomechanical Assessment /

Gait Analysis

Custom Orthotics

Custom Ankle and Knee Bracing

Casey Bjorgum, Certified Pedorthist


From a young age, I have always been a sports enthusiast. As a spectator and participant, I immersed myself in anything and everything.  As I entered University, I knew that human biomechanics and sports injuries were of specific interest to me. My family has been in the knee bracing industry since 1980, which undoubtedly helped direct me to both pedorthics and knee bracing. I have experience in and enjoy assessing individuals of all ages and activity levels, especially athletes ranging from professional to weekend warriors.  Over the years I have assessed members of the Vancouver Canucks, Vancouver Giants, BC Lions, and Vancouver Whitecaps.  Regardless of one's activity level, I truly believe an integrated approach is key in addressing soft tissue injuries. I now work with West Coast Pedorthics and we are thrilled to have a new Ladner location.

More information about West Coast Pedorthics:  http://westcoastpedorthics.ca/about-west-coast-pedorthics.php 


I have a Bachelor of Human Kinetics from The University of British Columbia, and am a Certified Pedorthist (Canada) and Certified Pedorthic Technician (Canada).  I am a member in good standing with the College of Pedorthics, and the Pedorthic Association of Canada.

Noelle Trotter, Certified Pedorthist


My love and interest in assessing movement began with a love for ballet. I danced throughout my childhood, including a couple of years at the National Ballet School in Toronto, Ontario. I knew when it was time for university that I still wanted to have dance in my life, so I went to the University of Waterloo and studied Applied Health Sciences. It was my older sister, a chiropractor, that introduced me to the field of pedorthics. After working for companies such as Paris Orthotics and Ossur for several years, I opened my own practice and now work in 4 locations. I enjoy assessing all individuals from avid runners, young athletes, dancers and everyone in between.

Read more about the practices I work for here: 




I have a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences from The University of Waterloo, and am a Certified Pedorthist (Canada) and Certified Pedorthic Technician (Canada).  I am a member in good standing with the College of Pedorthics, and the Pedorthic Association of Canada.

Treatment Areas


Biomechanical Assessment /

Gait Analysis

Custom Orthotics

Custom Ankle and Knee Bracing

Registered Acupuncture


Treatment Areas

Nausea & vomiting/morning sickness

Low back/pelvic/coccyx pain
Threatened miscarriage

Breech and posterior babies

Pre-labour preparation (cervical ripening)


Digestive concerns: heartburn, constipation, hemorrhoids/vulval varicosities/varicose veins


Musculoskeletal pain/concerns
Fatigue and exhaustion
Anxiety & depression
Mood swings
High blood pressure

Alyssa Huang, BKin, RAc


When women become pregnant, often they experience a roller coaster of emotions - elation, worry, excitement, guilt.  Tack on symptoms they are told "are just a part of pregnancy", and they end up suffering in silence.  My passion lies in holding space for these women so that they can experience each pregnancy in the most comfortable, safe way possible.  I practice a gentle style of acupuncture, and it is of utmost importance that my patients are comfortable (yes, I use the specialized pillows that enable you to lie face-down throughout all stages of pregnancy)!  I am especially passionate about helping women through higher-risk pregnancies, communicating with your birth team, managing symptoms, and helping the mama to manage anxiety.  After all, mama's nervous system is the baby's nervous system for the first nine months.  For non-pregnant patients I also practice facial acupuncture - a natural approach to slowing down the aging process in a gentle way with no risks or side-effects (because we've all had sleepless nights!). 


While not working, I am chasing my two young boys around (and constantly making them snacks).


My Credentials:  I have a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Calgary, and graduated as an acupuncturist from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver. I am a Registered Acupuncturist in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia (CTCMA).  In 2014, I studied Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture for Face, Neck, and Abdomen with Martha Lucas, and in 2015, went to New York to study Constitutional Facial Acupuncture with Mary Elizabeth Wakefield. I have worked with and learned from some of the most prominent female acupuncturists/researchers in Obstetrical acupuncture including Dr. Debra Betts, Dr. Claudia Citkovitz, Dr. Kate Levett, Sarah Budd, and Zena Kocher.  In February 2020, I had an opportunity to attend an intensive led by Claudia at Langone Hospital in New York, working with labouring women using acupressure and acupuncture.  I have attended additional prenatal/postpartum courses by renowned midwife/acupuncturist Raven Lang, Yvonne Farrell, Laura Elrich and many others.  I coach couples and birthing professionals on acupressure use for pain relief during labour.  My latest sports medicine course was in September 2019 with Whitfield Reeves. 

Bowen Therapy

Andréa Sandoval, Certified Bowen Therapist


I started studying Bowen therapy because it impacted me greatly as a patient. I was drawn to the technique because of its simplicity and power. It has become my calling; I feel so blessed everyday that I am able to share my skills with the world. I help patients become pain-free, improve their movement and most importantly, their quality of life. I am here to support and care for patients both physically and emotionally.  

In my spare time I love to create music and sing. I also make crystal jewelry including mala bead bracelets; you may have even seen me at local craft fairs! I loves to travel, do yoga, dance, and spend time in nature.

I have a special interest in assisting those with more complex cases such as post-concussion syndrome, fibromyalgia and auto-immune diseases. I especially enjoy working with young children and the youth who struggle with stress, allowing for recovery in the most gentle and holistic way possible.


I studied with and gained full certification through the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia in 2007. I have furthered my studies in Specialized Bowen Procedures, Mother Baby Bowen, and Mind Body Bowen. I have previously worked in Vancouver’s first Bowen Therapy clinic, while at the same time having the privilege of working alongside my instructor and running the Bowen Canada Registry.

Treatment Areas


Concussions, Headaches

Fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, CFS

Stress & Anxiety

Respiratory Complaints

Pain and Inflammation

Sports Injuries

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