Dr. Allen (Scott) Tyler graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, in 1986 then returned to Canada and set up practice in Langley, BC. He is a second generation Naturopathic physician following in the footsteps of a family of healers that dates back over 100 years to his great grandfather, Dr. Tanner.
Dr. Tyler was licensed by the College of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C. in 1986 (formerly the ANPBC), and is a member of the BC Provincial (BCNA), National (CNA), and American Naturopathic (AANP) Associations. He is certified in IV & chelation therapy and Prescriptive Authority in BC. In his solo, general family practice, he incorporates natural approaches for acute and chronic disorders, including autoimmune diseases, cancers, musculo-skeletal disturbances, hypothyroidism and all other endocrine diseases, inflammatory bowel disorders, other digestive problems, infertility, weight loss utilizing HCG, PMS, childhood conditions, asthma, and skin diseases. Intravenous chelation is available, along with full laboratory services including bloodchemistries, CBC’s, thyroid, other hormone testing, and environmenta/food allergy testing. Heavy metal testing is also available.
His appreciation for the depth of medical knowledge required to care for patients in our complex world, motivated him to serve on the BC Naturopathic schoolboard (BINM); CNPBC (ANPBC) exam/licensing committees; Advertising Committee; regular guest instruction at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine; and offers adjunct student preceptor clinics. He supervises medical staff and provides free medical services for the Salvation Army’s Gateway of Hope Center in Langley, BC; was Vice President and a long-standing board member with the Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Association: co-authored the book “A Pound of Prevention”(1994) with his father, Dr. Allen N. Tyler, MD, DC, ND, Phd., and is currently writing two books, one on pediatric Naturopathy, and another on thyroid disease. He lives in Langley on a small farm with his wife of 24 years, and has two married daughters, one with a sister-in-law who is an ND graduate of BINM.
His part time practice now allows more time for writing and teaching, as he works toward the coming new age of Naturopathic medical care.