Happening at IHC

IHC White Rock

We are so very happy to announce that we have now successfully opened our second location in White Rock/ South Surrey!! A HUGE thank you to all of you that worked hard at moving 1/3 of our clinic to the new clinic, over the weekend!

Current patients can access treatments and services at either location. Some services are restricted to one location, and our patient care coordinators are ready to answer any questions you may have on accessing specific services. The following doctors will be practicing out of both Fort Langley and White Rock:

Dr. Gurdev Parmar ND

Dr. Karen Parmar ND

Dr. Nicole Duffee ND

Dr. Alanna Rinas ND

Dr. Jess Hobson ND

Dr. Luke Mountjoy ND

Our number for both locations is the same: 604-888-8325. Simply choose (1) for Fort Langley or (2) for White Rock once connected. We continue to strive to deliver the highest standard of integrative, naturopathic care to our patients and communities.

Consultation Fees

Please be advised that Naturopathic Doctor consultation fees will be increasing effective 1 November, 2021.  For fee details, please give us a call at 604-888-8325.


From the General Health Centre

After a long, dry summer, many of us are eager to see the rains arrive - bringing relief to the many communities battling wildfires around our beautiful province.

With the end of summer many kids and families are now back at school, and will no doubt have greater exposures to the colds and flus that naturally occur more frequently.

Fall is a great time to start an immune support program to better prepare yourself against these regularly present viruses. There are many things one can do to support strong immune health, such as ensuring adequate rest, maintaining good nutrition, following low sugar diets, and taking supplements to aid in healthy immunity.

Our doctors have been helping thousands of patients achieve optimal immune health for over 20 years and would be happy to assist you on your journey.



Featured Service:


With fall just around the corner it means one of our favourite treatments is coming back, microneedling!

Microneedling is an effective, safe, minimally invasive, non-ablative skin treatment1,2,3,4. This treatment is for anyone with concerns regarding fine lines and wrinkles, scarring and acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, pore size, photo damage, and skin tone and texture. It repeatedly shows significant improvements in these areas with high rates of patient satisfaction 2,3.

The treatment works by creating controlled damage in the superficial layers of the skin to initiate the body’s natural healing cascade. The deeper parts of the skin are treated without removing the top layer of skin. In particular, it is a safe technique for darker skin types, where other techniques that damage the epidermis have a high risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation1,4. Because the treatment works with the bodies own healing potential, it makes an optimal treatment for anyone who desires natural, gradual changes.

The treatment is preformed after a topical anesthetic is applied, making the procedure very comfortable. The day of the procedure it is normal to have some redness and feel slightly sunburnt. After 12-48 hours, the skin returns to normal. Microneedling has cumulative benefit with the best results seen after 4-6 treatments spaced 3-4 weeks apart. The treatment can be done on its own or augmented by adding platelet rich plasma (PRP) for an even more intensive treatment.

To learn more about microneedling and to decide if this treatment is right for you visit our website at https://www.integratedhealthclinic.com/service/microneedling/ or come in for a consult with one of our medical aesthetics providers.

Yadav, S., & Singh, A. (2016). Microneedling: Advances and widening horizons. Indian Dermatology Online Journal, 7(4), 244. doi:10.4103/2229-5178.185468

Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD. (2018) Safety and Effectiveness of an Automated Microneedling Device in Improving the Signs of Aging Skin. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, 11(8), 29-34. PMID: 30214664

Moetaz El-Domyati, MD, et al. (2015). Microneedling Therapy for Atrophic Acne Scars. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, 8(7), 36–42. PMID: 26203319

Iriarte, C., et al. (2017). Review of applications of microneedling in dermatology. Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, (10), 289–298. PMID: 28848356

Dr. Alanna Rinas, ND


From the IV Suite

IV Therapy

Vitamin A- the forgotten fat-soluble vitamin. It’s safe to assume that most everyone knows the importance of Vitamin D, and many supplement with it through the winter months. Vitamin A is another fat, soluble vitamin that is essential for proper immune function, vision, and fetal heart development- to name a few. It is found highest in liver, and organ meats. It can be made from beta-carotene (the orange vegetables), but adequate thyroid function is needed for this conversion. Vitamin A is needed to make IgA. IgA is the immune globulin found at all mucous membranes… which are suites of viral and bacterial access to our bodies. Inadequate vitamin A- means less production of IgA, which in terms decreases our bodies ability to ward off infections in the throat, nose, intestines, vaginal- all mucous membranes. This fall/ winter don’t forget about Vitamin A. Ensure you ask your naturopathic physician before beginning supplementation, as vitamin A is not safe in pregnancy and does have drug reactions.

We offer vitamin A in10,000 IU intramuscular injections.


From the Cancer Care Centre

Cancer Care Centre Transition

The Cancer Care Centre was packed up and moved to the new White Rock location! We have hit the ground running with a full schedule from day one onwards. The feedback we have been receiving has been incredibly positive.


In the News

Integrated Health Clinic® has been added to the national directory of Rapid Access IUD Centres of Excellence (RAICE)

What does this mean? This means that IHC has been identified as a destination for those women seeking intrauterine devices that meet the following criteria:

  • Expert IUC insertion team
  • Shortened wait times
  • Accept self-referrals
  • Training centre
  • Committed to quality of care
  • Access to emergency contraception IUD

We are proud to be highlighted in this national initiative for heightened awareness around intrauterine devices.

Check out: www.raice.ca



Connect to Our Blog

Considerations for a Low Carbohydrate Diet

As naturopathic physicians, we are passionate about addressing the root causes of chronic disease. It is common knowledge today that the leading causes of death worldwide are non-communicable chronic diseases.

Dr. Luke Mountjoy, ND

Click to Read the Full Blog Post


Food for Thought

Chia Breakfast Parfait

  • 3 Tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond/ oat or coconut milk
  • Pinch of salt
  • Fresh berries
  • Raw nuts
  • Shredded Coconut

Mix above ingredients in bowl. In small jars layer fresh fruit on bottom. Pour chia seed mixture to 3/4 full in jars. Top with more fruit and nuts/ coconut to finish.

Place in fridge overnight. Good for 3-4 days in fridge.


Hours of Operation - Fort Langley

Monday & Tuesday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Wednesday - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Thursday & Friday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

NEW - Saturday - 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Hours of Operation - White Rock

Monday - Saturday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


We care about you. We approach every patient as a unique individual with needs specific to your health. Expect a caring approach from us all. Visit our website to learn more.