Updated: June 27, 2016
HOURS FOR JULY AND AUGUST 2016
Regular business hours except for the days listed below: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Friday, July 1st (Canada Day) CLOSED
Monday, July 11th – Friday, July 15th 8:00am – 2:00pm
Monday, August 1st (BC Day) CLOSED
Tuesday, August 2nd – Friday, August 5th 8:00am – 2:00pm
Monday, August 22nd – Friday, August 26th 8:00am – 2:00pm
Monday, August 29th 8:00am – 2:00pm
NEWS FLASH : Once again, Kelowna Naturopathic Clinic was voted the 2014 Best Naturopathic Clinic in the Central Okanagan by the Okanagan Life readers’ choice. Thank you voters for this recognition. We are deeply humbled and appreciative. Congratulations to the other winners.
If you are starting to get sick from a cold or flu, call the office and ask about our many anti-viral intravenous therapies we provide to help knock the infection out.
Platelet Rich Plasma Prolotherapy offered at KNC for regeneration of musculo-skeletal problems and more. Best prices in Kelowna. Contact the clinic for more information.
Who are we and what do we do?
Kelowna Naturopathic Clinic Inc, is a complementary, naturopathic medical centre located in beautiful Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. The clinic’s medical director is Dr. Garrett G. Swetlikoff, ND.
Our natural medicine clinic offers a wide variety of traditional, progressive and interventional diagnostic and therapeutic services, which assist patients in healing and regaining health from a variety of diseases. The clinic staff are all highly trained and contribute tremendously to the high quality care given. The facility is modern with state of the art medical equipment and is regarded as a “leader” in the naturopathic medical community. Many other health centres and practitioners refer patients to KNC for consultation and/or specialized care.
Meet the team
Kelowna Naturopathic Clinic has experience in but not limited to:
Our Featured Posts
Basic Protein Facts
By Dr. Swetlikoff on July 4, 2016
Protein, is one of the three major food groups, which also includes fats and carbohydrates. Proteins are made up of building blocks called amino acids. Some of these amino acids are produced by the body, while others, we need to get from our diet. We provide our bodies with protein from animal and plant sources. Protein is essential for every cell in the body and can be found in our cartilage, tendons, ligaments, organs, …READ MORE
By Dr. Swetlikoff on April 27, 2016
POLLENS ‘Tis the season for grass cutting, blooming flowers and reaching for the box of Kleenex to deal with the seasonal allergies. The causes of these symptoms are pollens. Pollens are tiny, powdery, protein particles released by plants, into the air, to allow for the reproduction of more plants. Each plant species have their own pollen and own season when these pollens are released. Pollens can irritate our body when they enter through nasal passages …READ MORE