Dear Dr Jiwani,
The reason I began to see you is because you have all the training and knowledge that a General Practitioner has only with the added knowledge of treating a problem at the root cause and not just the symptoms.
In fact my main reason for seeing you for my infertility problem was because I wanted a doctor who was well educated and trained in todays’ medical field but with the added knowledge and training in alternate forms of therapy, specifically avoiding harmful drugs and chemicals, instead using herbal and vitamin therapy.
The other big differences between yourself and all the family doctors I have seen is that you actually take time to sit down and listen to your patients, your waiting room is never jam packed with – booked patients, I don’t feel rushed when I come to see you, I am given ample time to ask my questions, I feel heard and understood.
You are always willing to give advice and information that is applicable to my health, you’re aim is not just to heal the physical body but also the emotional and spiritual side as it relates to the over all well being of the individual, you take detailed notes of your patients symptoms and concerns so nothing is missed, and most importantly I feel like you care and that you’re not doing this just for the money.
Over the past year or so that I have been seeing you my over all health has improved greatly. There were things that you brought to my attention, which were signs of the state of my health, that I had not given a second thought to, for example: you told me the bumps on my upper arms were due to lack of ****, once I started taking the supplements the bumps disappeared. My fertility related problem is also improving.
The bottom line is that I will and do recommend this form of health care to everyone and anyone who will listen. Not only do Naturopathic Doctor’s help heal your body the ‘natural’ way but you also learn so much about what is ‘naturally’ good for you and what is not, what you are doing right and what needs to change.
Sukhvir Dr. Jiwani January 3, 2017