With a holistic approach to wellness, Meditrina Wellness Center helps women find tools to cope with chronic ailments.
A calm, feminine space, decorated with refreshing artwork, bright flowers and a white chandelier, Meditrina Wellness Center is not your stereotypical doctor’s clinic. Designed as a sanctuary for women, it is focused on creating personalised treatments, but only after Assistant Professor Dr. Nilarat Narula has the complete picture.
All treatments start with a detailed consultation. An essential part of this is the patient history form that records your lifestyle: how much water do you drink? How many hours of sleep you get? What is your diet: what do you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner? What medications are you on? How much fruits and vegetables do you consume? Are you on any medications? Are there any other underlying issues? And of course, the most important: what are your stress levels.
Once Asst. Prof. Dr. Narula has a complete picture of the patient, she starts tapping into the issues, both mental and physical. She explains, “when we put all this information together, it tells a lot about the person. Patients open up. They discuss their issues. It’s about starting a conversation and tapping into the root cause and gaining the confidence of the patient. Most important is for the patients to trust me. The holistic approach is tough… the patients must want to heal themselves and learn to love themselves, be kind to themselves, that’s where healing happens. I’m here to guide them.”
After getting an insight into one’s lifestyle and habits, bloodwork or any other tests are done as required. The treatment from here on includes nutritional supplements (including vitamins) and herbs with a focus on gut health for autoimmune issues. The hour-long consultations are by appointment only. The wellness center also offers a range of beauty treatments.
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