Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh
Hello and welcome,
Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh is a naturopathic doctor who takes on a holistic, functional medicine approach to diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.
"I want my patients to be active in their unique healing journey. I want them to discover the full potential of their minds and bodies."
Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh, ND.
"Good Medicine Should Not Be The Alternative!"
- Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh, ND
Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh is a naturopathic doctor who takes on a holistic, functional medicine approach to diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions. She believes that health is a continuum not a destination and aims to educate and empower her patients to create meaningful long lasting change. Educating her patients on what is fad, fact or fiction is central to all her appointments.
Dr. Bahareh Moshtagh assesses the mental-emotional preparedness of her patients and addresses deep rooted issues while treating common and rare conditions. Dr. Moshtagh’s philosophy on health and wellness lies in the belief that we are part of nature and often have to remind ourselves to go back to the basics and foundations of health: sunlight, fresh air, clean water, mental-emotional wellbeing and food as medicine.
Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University
Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology Premedical Degree from Simon Fraser University
College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia
British Columbia Naturopathic Association,
Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors
How It Works
"Health Is A Continuum Not A Destination."
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Several studies have indicated that low doses of red light cause an increase in sperm motility and overall fertilizing potential in several species1,2,3,4. By increasing sperm swimming speed in vitro, the likelihood of contact with the oocyte is increased. Therefore, low-level light exposure has the potential to improve fertility, particularly with respect to in-vitro fertilization (IVF). (1)
If light therapy shows to be safe and effective in the reduction of depressive symptoms and improves insulin sensitivity, light therapy may be a valuable patient friendly addition to the currently available treatment strategies for major depression in T2D patients, assuming that improved insulin sensitivity may lead to improvements in glycaemic control, as measured by fasting glucose levels and HbA1c levels. (2)
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Telemedicine Appointments Available
North & West Vancouver, Coquitlam, Delta
Northshore Naturopathic Clinic
#120 - 889 Harbourside Dr, North Vancouver, BC V7P 3S1
#81 - 935 Marine Dr, North Vancouver, BC V7P 1S3
#202 - 16th Street, West Vancouver, BC, V7V 3R5
Jai Yoga Studio
#140 - 1140 Austin Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3P5
10771 Delsom Crescent, Delta, BC, V4C 0A5
Dr. Bahareh is available for Telemedicine appointments on an online portal. She will see patients in person at her office where necessary.