Dr. Scott Dainty, ND



Intravenous Vitamin Therapy, injection therapy, prolo therapy, ozone therapy, sports medicine, pain management


Hi, my name is Scott and my passion lies in treating pain. Whether you have a known injury in need of healing and rehabilitation, or if your pain is due in part to chronic conditions, stress, digestive issues, or lack of sleep.

I approach pain with the objective of treating its cause. In some cases this means using injection therapies to stimulate the healing of damaged tissues, and in other cases that means resolving underlying conditions that contribute to pain.

In practice I use regenerative injection therapies, IV nutrient therapy, lifestyle counselling including dietary habits, and herbal/nutrient supplements to accomplish each patients goal.

I continually immerse myself in learning about what causes and contributes to pain, and how we can best treat it.

In my spare time you can find me getting outdoors. Hiking and camping are some of my favourite activities, and seasonally you can find me in the water or skating on it when it freezes.

I love what I do and love seeing the transformation that happens when my patients work toward resolving their pain and getting back to what they love most.

  • Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine – Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

  • Wilfred Laurier University – Masters of Science

  • San Diego State University – Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

  • Dr. Scott Dainty is a member of the Alberta Association of Naturopathic Doctors (AAND), and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND). He is registered and in good standing with the College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta (CNDA).

Land Acknowledgement

Juniper Naturopathic Clinic acknowledges that we are operating this business on Treaty 8 land. This land is the traditional territory, gathering place, and meeting grounds of the Cree, Dene, Dane-zaa, and Métis. We acknowledge that we are settlers on this land and we deeply respect the courage and strength of Indigenous peoples.

We would like to honour the role Indigenous people have taken on for thousands of years as environmental stewards and we would like to show the same respect for the environment. We acknowledge that much of Naturopathic Medicine’s understanding of herbal medicine and other treatments is owed to the knowledge and wisdom of Indigenous peoples.

We are grateful for the opportunity to practice medicine, learn, and work on this land.