2017 Bali, Indonesia. 

2017 Bali, Indonesia. 


Individualized. Honest. The way medicine should be.

Dr. Seier focuses on naturopathic family medicine and works to identify and remove the cause of illness while promoting disease prevention and improving overall health. He practices individualized medicine that is catered to a patient, specifically for that patient. 

As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Seier focuses on treating and supporting health - because when you treat health, you do not leave room for disease to exist. 

Dr. Seier is in good standing with the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia and holds board certification in chelation, prescriptive authority and acupuncture. Dr. Seier is member of the British Columbia Naturopathic Association and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.

Dr. Seier has pursued advanced training in homeopathy, completing a 2 year course under NESH with Drs. Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenberg. Other activities include advanced training in heavy metal chelation and IV therapy, methylation and nutrigenomics, mistletoe injection therapies for cancer, immunization, obstetrics, pediatrics and meditation.

Dr. Seier declares no conflicts of interest with diagnostic labs or natural health product companies.


Dr. Taylor Seier arrived in beautiful British Columbia by way of completing his graduate naturopathic medical studies at the Boucher Institute for Naturopathic Medicine. His initial path in life had him working on an ambulance, where he served as an EMT-A in the community of Maskwacis (previously known as Hobbema), City of Edmonton and surrounding areas for a period of 5 years. During this time, he was able to see medical practice from multiple perspectives - from looking in fridges for medication and food stuffs, to working alongside rural medical doctors as they practiced their full scope of medicine. Dr. Seier completed his undergraduate degree in commerce with a major in finance at the University of Alberta, graduating with distinction.

Publications & Articles

The Hype of Hypochlorhydria: A Brief Review of Gastric Acid Analysis. NDNR, January 2015. Co-authored with Dr. Thara Vayali, ND.