Doctor Emilia Ivan
We are all born with a unique genetic blueprint, which lays out the basic characteristics of our personality as well as our physical health and appearance... And yet, we all know that life experiences do change us.
Life in the fast lane wore me down, changes in my diet and homeopathy saved me.
My own personal success with homeopathy inspired me to subsequently train as a Homeopathic Doctor and my passion is now to pass on the benefits that I have experienced to others.
I am passionate about Homeopathy and love that this system of medicine can bring natural healing in the body without side effects.
I decided to study nutrition to gain a better understanding about my relationship with food, specifically about how my experiences with food growing up shaped my habits and eating preferences. What really motivated me was my desire to learn how to eat in a way that really nourished my body, and not just ‘fed’ my body.
- Faculty of Homeopathy - Registration Society of Homeopathy UK -
- International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners - Lactation Consultant of Great Britain -
- European Lactation Consultants Alliance -
I have always enjoyed sports and initially graduated with a degree in swimming, as a Coach. Following this course, my continued interest in human movement and function, along with my desire to work closely with people in a rewarding profession attracted me towards a career in.
I wanted the option to work with many patient populations including orthopedics, neurology and pediatrics. My profession allows me the flexibility and background to treat a vast array of injuries or conditions.
Everyone has experienced an injury or been in pain at some point in their life. It can be all-consuming, create panic, anxiety, nervousness, anger, depression -- there are a wide range of emotions a person can experience when they are in pain. I cannot explain how gratifying it is to know how to and be able to alleviate a person's pain and get a person back to whatever it is they want to get back to, whether it's something as simple as sitting at work without excruciating pain or running a marathon. Being able to help another person in this regard is very fulfilling and the thanks I get from my patients at the end of the day is what makes my job worth every second I put into it. I can honestly say I truly love my job.
World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)