Dr. Patricia Wu believes that maximizing quality of life starts by listening to each patient and working together to develop a customized and sustainable action plan. Growing older or “aging” can be a fulfilling process. It does not need to be a debilitating one. Dr. Wu uses evidence-based medicine to provide holistic and personalized care. Naturopathic medicine compliments and can even optimize conventional treatments. Her toolbox contains a wide array of options that can help you overcome your health fears and take control of the running list of prescriptive medications you might not know why you’re still taking.
Dr. Wu fosters her relationship with you through active listening, compassion and education so that you can thrive every day. After your first visit, you don’t walk away with a bag of supplements and an overwhelmed mind. You walk away with action steps.
Born and raised in Metro Vancouver, Dr. Wu has been blessed to grow up with active grandparents. Throughout her life, she has been inspired by the vibrancy of elders. She aspires to serve the aging population redefine health so not only can the wise live to see their grandkids, but so that they can play catch or cook in the kitchen with the little ones for generations to come.
Growing up in a Rotary family, Patricia participated in Rotary youth programs and community service projects for many years. As a member of Interact Club at Burnaby South Secondary School for four years, she attended RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) and was part of the biggest Interact Club in Rotary District 5040. During her university years at Quest University Canada, she co-founded the Rotaract Club of Squamish as a Freshman and served as club president during two of her four years with the club. Patricia is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Dr. Patricia Wu is a resident of Tsawwassen and plans to serve in the South Delta community for years to come. She is excited to join South Delta Integrative Health and welcomes new patients. Book with Dr. Wu today:
Areas of Focus
Dementia & Alzheimer’s Prevention (Poor memory and cognition)
Endocrine Concerns (Type 2 Diabetes, Insulin Resistance, Hypoglycemia)
Cardiovascular Concerns (Hypertension, High Cholesterol)
Hormonal Imbalances (PCOS, Thyroid, PMS, Menopause)
Gastrointestinal Concerns (IBS, SIBO, Reflux, Nutrition Concerns)
Quest University Canada, Bachelor of Sciences and Arts (BSc & BA)
Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND)
Certifications & Training
Intravenous (IV) Therapy
Dr. Patricia Wu maintains memberships with the BCNA and CAND. She is a registered naturopathic physician in good standing with the CNPBC.