Originally from B.C.’s interior, Aubrey earned her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree at Thompson Rivers University. Following her undergraduate degree, she conducted research in the field of medical microbiology and was published in 2010. This work introduced her to the field of medical herbalism prompting her enrollment in the Naturopathic Medical Program at the Boucher Institute in New Westminster.
Aubrey’s academic and professional successes are underlined and complimented by her persevering passion for not only treating surface-level symptoms and singular illnesses, but approaching the health of patients on the whole. She feels compelled to simplify the process of finding medical solutions, as navigating the healthcare system can oftentimes become daunting for those in need of answers. The principles of naturopathic medicine allow Aubrey to serve as a multi-faceted, highly knowledgeable and singular resource for those that she cares for.
Pain management through regenerative injection techniques, women’s health, stress-induced illness, and pediatrics fall under Aubrey’s umbrella of particular interests and focuses. She is also partial to the study of traditional Chinese medicine, lifestyle counseling, as well as nutrition and botanical medicine. Aside from medicine, Aubrey has an innate love of the outdoors, she enjoys snowboarding in the winter, cycling and golf in the warmer months.