Dr. Marianne Trevorrow
Dr. Marianne Trevorrow grew up in greater Vancouver, BC, and spent many years practicing in Victoria, BC and Calgary, Alberta, before joining Kingston Integrated Healthcare in early 2019. She is a trained historian (MA) as well as Naturopathic Doctor and balances her time in private practice with running the Canadian ND Association Journal Vital Link, as Editor in Chief.
Dr. Trevorrow focuses her practice on helping female patients with hormonal problems, including endometriosis, PCOS, infertility, and menopausal issues, and children and adults with mental health, allergic, and chronic health disorders, including diabetes and post-cancer support. She has a special interest in autism, sensory, and mood disorders in children and adolescents. Additionally, she teaches Creighton Method fertility awareness charting and is pursuing certification as a Creighton-NaPro naturopathic consultant/practitioner.
Her approach to patient care is individualized at its core, supporting medication therapies where needed, but considering them only one part of truly integrated care for patients seeking long-term solutions to their health challenges.
Dr. Trevorrow is currently working on transferring her BC prescriptive certification to achieve standard of practice for prescribing with CONO, the Ontario ND College. She has been certified in BHRT through the US Bioidentical Hormone Initiative and is a supporter of the UBC Centre for Menstrual and Ovulation Research (CEMCOR), Autism Canada Foundation, and the Autism Research Institute (ARI) in the US.
Dr. Trevorrow is a graduate of McGill University and the University of Chicago for her degrees in History, and Bastyr University in Seattle where she did her Naturopathic studies, graduating in 2006 as a President’s Scholar. She did post-graduate clinical research work at Bastyr from 2006-2007 and has been in private practice since that time. She has also taken on many leadership roles for the Canadian and provincial ND Associations in the provinces where she has practiced, focusing on building inter-professional collaborations, and lobbying around scope of practice issues.
When she’s not in her office, Dr. Trevorrow is a big fan of outdoor exercise including alpine hiking/trekking, kayaking, sailing, and Nordic skiing. She is also an avid gardener and traveller. She has one grown son, and a cat named Bella.
For more information on Dr. Trevorrow’s practice, and her writing and consulting work, her website is at www.ionacare.ca