About Dallas Nye


While growing up on Sproat Lake in Port Alberni BC, Dallas Nye became interested in alternative medicine at a young age. At the age of 14 she began seeing a Chinese Medicine practitioner and it was from then on she knew this wonderful medicine was going to be life changing.

Dallas completed the Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program at Pacific Rim College in 2013. She is registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners of BC as well as a member of the British Columbia Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Practitioners.

Dallas’ interests lay within mental health and addiction including depression, anxiety, detox and emotional support, among others. She also loves working with musculoskeletal conditions including pain and range of motion limitations. After being heavily involved with sports as an adolescent, Dallas believes that everyone needs to be aware of their options in regards to health care to help keep people involved in the activities that they are passionate about.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is a great modality to treat a variety of illnesses and conditions, including digestive system problems, pain, allergies, and respiratory conditions like the common cold and bronchitis, which are all very common complaints of modern day.

Acupuncture on Vancouver Island is a growing field, and Dallas is honoured to be a part of this community. She intends to bring acupuncture services to Port Alberni at an affordable price so as to make alternative health care readily available.