Gaia Clinic | Collaborative Medicine

  • Changing the way you think about health care. Call us at: (403) 675-4242
  • Changing the way you think about health care. Call us at: (403) 675-4242
  • Changing the way you think about health care. Call us at: (403) 675-4242

Authentic Health

At Gaia, we’re helping our clients achieve new standards of health and well-being by combining innovative functional medicine with complementary practices.

We take the time required to understand, assess and care for the whole person, incorporating ancient wisdom with modern technology to transform our clients from head to toe – physically, energetically, emotionally and spiritually.

As Canada’s only Brain Mapping Clinic, we use cutting edge neuroscience and brain mapping technology to accurately assess and diagnose the health of your brain in critical areas almost always overlooked by conventional medicine.

Each client is treated as a person, not merely a disease or a symptom. We provide a customized, integrated program of traditional and complementary therapies under the guidance of a medical doctor.

Call us to book your free half hour appointment now to begin your journey to wellness, or read on to learn more about our collaborative approach to functional medicine.

Dr. Tracy Thomson
MD, HBSc, CCFP, CYT, CMedAc. Founder and CEO, Gaia Clinic



Testimonials

I feel so comfortable here. There is SO MUCH BENEFIT in ALL I did this week and from all whom I saw. Incredibly talented and gifted practitioners who are so humble. The physical space is lovely. The setting is peaceful and beautiful. Welcoming staff. View more testimonials »

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