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Throughout my medical career, I worked in a variety of hospital medical specialties, including obstetrics, acute medicine, neurosurgery, neurology, stroke medicine, endocrinology, general medicine, gynecology and finally palliative care. Literally “from the cradle to the grave”.
Very shortly, I found, that focusing on a narrow aspect of human existence, limits me as a doctor. As we are intimately connected to the environment, we came out of, medics need to take this connection into account when addressing health problems. In other words, we need to combine body, mind, and spirit treatments and tailor them to a patient’s life circumstances and expectations.
Mindfulness Coach, Personal Trainer
Why do I do what I do? This a question that has been a huge part of my drive, passion, and commitment to making a difference to the world as I perceive it.
My younger sister, unfortunately, passed away when she was 25 while travelling in New Zealand. I would say that this was one of the more challenging experiences of my life and I had an opportunity to either drown in my sorrow or use it as a tool to make a difference.
Having completed my master’s degree at the University of Padua in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology with a specialisation in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, I commenced my career as a pharmacist, in the hope of positively impacting people’s lives.
While I enjoyed considerable professional success within community pharmacies – moving to London, and joining the UK General Pharmaceutical Council in doing so – within a few years of practising, I became acutely aware of the fact that drugs alone were simply not sufficient to re-establish health. Significantly, I noted the number of patients I supported on a daily basis who were taking medication to treat symptoms that were indicative of deeper imbalance. While many considered drugs to be a akin to a magic wand they could wave to achieve better health, the reality was that few were aware of the need to reinforce their drug regime with lifestyle adjustments. A distinct lack of support from an overwhelmed health system inevitably meant that they were left to determine their path to improved health on their own.