Dr. Maya Kuczma
I am dedicated to the lifestyle I promote. When I’m not in the office I can be found hiking, running along the seawall, creating nutritious recipes, and enjoying the company of loved ones. I live my life the same way I practice – with a passion for all things natural.
About Dr. Maya Kuczma
Dr. Maya Kuczma is a licensed Naturopathic Physician. Dr. Kuczma completed her undergraduate studies in Psychology at the University of Victoria, and is a graduate from Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in New Westminster, BC. She completed a one-year residency at Integrative becoming an Associate in private practice. Dr. Kuczma also oversees Integrative’s on-site lab.
During her naturopathic training, Dr. Kuczma completed extensive training in primary care medicine with an emphasis on identifying the root cause of disease. She has developed special interest in:
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Food sensitivities, allergies, and digestive issues
- Chronic infections
- Skin conditions
- Neurological/mental health
- Environmental medicine (home/body/food detoxification)
- Ketogenic/Paleo Nutrition
- Pain Management (acute injuries, chronic pain, and injury rehabilitation)
Dr. Kuczma has additional training in neural prolotherapy, prolotherapy, IV therapy , applied kinesiology, Traditional Chinese Medicine, ozone therapy, and pharmaceutical prescribing. She is also a contributing author to a number of ProHealth’s physical medicine textbooks including the Extremity Manual, Spinal Manual, Conditions Manual, and Muscle Manual (all 2014).
In Their Words
I found naturopathic medicine after many years of struggling with chronic pain and the consequences of Celiac disease. Naturopathic treatment, including a ketogenic diet, IV therapy, prolotherapy, and ozone therapy has helped me to achieve relief from my symptoms. My own experiences with naturopathy, combined with a lifelong fascination with the human body and mind, inspired me to become a healer.
Naturopathic school equipped me with an array of treatment modalities but my personal recovery taught me that the art of medicine is in the orchestration. I practice using a model of health that reflects the unique structural, biochemical, and mental/emotional aspects of each person. A good doctor knows all of these realms; a great doctor moves seamlessly between them depending on the needs of the patient at that time. I seek to find the root cause of what ails you, while valuing the vis medicatrix naturae – the body’s innate ability to heal.
I am dedicated to the lifestyle I promote. When I’m not in the office, I can be found running along the seawall, practicing yoga, meditating, creating nutritious recipes, and enjoying the company of loved ones. I live my life the same way I practice medicine –with a passion for all things natural. I look forward to supporting you on your path to healing.