Perhaps you have visited many doctors, and you realize that the
medical system is broken. It does not actually restore your health and
Perhaps you are looking for something different. Something that actually works. What else is there?
You want wellness coaching!
Dr. Bazylewicz is a traditional naturopath (ND = doctor of naturopathy) and a master herbalist (MH) with training from Trinity School of Natural Health and at least forty years of experience in natural health.
What is traditional naturopathy? It is a philosophy of well-being where an experienced healer teaches you to be your own best healer using your own body intelligence in order to reach your health potential and wellness goals.
Yes, Dr. Bazylewicz is also a medical doctor (MD = doctor of medicine), but during wellness coaching she will focus on health and healing rather than on medicine and disease. Thus, she will not prescribe medications at these appointments. However, she may order labs through LabCorp or Ulta Lab Tests to determine your nutritional status and basic health markers.
We have now reached the future as foretold by Thomas Edison...
Your body is highly intelligent. It gives you symptoms to let you know when it is experiencing dys-ease. If you ignore or suppress these symptoms, it will only lead to more dys-ease. Dr. Bazylewicz will help you to understand your imbalances that have lead to your current health status, and then how to correct these imbalances naturally by working with your body.
Her recommendations may include not only supplements, but also diet, exercise, sleep hygiene, air quality, water quality, electromagnetic radiation protection, meditation, stress management, weight management, massage therapy, energy healing, life coaching, and much more.
So, who should consider this type of appointment?
Wellness coaching works well if you feel totally healthy and want to stay that way.
Or if you have risk factors in your family and want to avoid the family health problems.
Or if you are getting older and you want your health span to last as long as your life span.
Or if you have just begun to feel unwell or notice that something is "off," and want to get back on the healthy path instead.
Or if you are working with a medical specialist for an existing disease, and you want to optimize your health through lifestyle improvements.
Or if you want to pursue the Root Cause Protocol in order to eliminate mineral dysfunction and to balance your minerals as described by Morley Robinson, MBA.
There are so many possibilities!
For example, one person scheduled wellness coaching for advice regarding travel vaccines. She did not want them, but did not know what to do to prevent illness from Southern Africa. This appointment was perfect for her.
Other people have had family histories of heart disease, breast cancer, and dementia. Their appointments focused on preventing these conditions. Just because you have certain inherited genes does not necessarily mean that they will activate and that the associated condition will manifest. In the field of epigenetics, it is known that these genes can remain dormant and not turn on.
These are only a few examples. The possibilities are endless!
You may just need one appointment, or you may want annual wellness checks, or you may want regular follow-up appointments (good idea!) to help you stay on track. After all, our world is highly stressful and we need all of the assistance we can get.
Please note that if you need to address a serious health issues, such as tick illness,
fibromyalgia, dementia, auto-immune disease, long haul covid, etc, then Dr.
Bazylewicz recommends that you schedule a medical appointment instead so that she can better assist you.
By now, you are so excited and are wondering how to get started, right? Awesome!
The procedure is super simple.
That is it!
We are so looking forward to your journey down the healthy path. We are excited and hope you are excited, too!
be thy medicine,
be thy food.
is a lamp
to my feet
and a light
to my path.
The secret of health
for both mind and body
is not to mourn for the past,
worry about the future,
or anticipate troubles,
but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.