Dr Peter Bablis Takes Health and Wellness to a New Level
Dr Bablis is a unique practitioner with ongoing publications in evidence-based medical research; having a PhD, degrees in Science, Chiropractic, Sports Medicine and Acupuncture, also diplomas in Naturopathy, Clinical Nutrition, Iridology, Medical Herbalism and Homeopathy, Dr Bablis continues with his auxiliary studies.
Dr Peter Bablis is affiliated with a number of organisations including Australasian Academy of Anti- Ageing Medicine (A5M), Australasian Integrative Medicine Association Inc. (AIMA) and International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK).
His commitment to Integrative Medicine Health Care is evident via his continuous endeavours in the research arena; he has also received awards for his vast efforts including recognition for his dedication to patients, his profession and contribution to research.
Dr Peter Bablis is the founder and driving force behind – ‘Universal Health’ whose aim and philosophy is to provide Integrative Medicine of excellence in holistic health care. He is well known and respected in the field for his groundbreaking work in Mind-Body Medicine, Chiropractic and specialises Kinesiology techniques. He was a Director and the Research Chair of the non-profit research foundation investigating Mind Body medicine – www.onefoundation.org
What Dr Peter Bablis Thinks of Wellness
The wellness coaching provided at Universal Health uses a combination of human behaviour principles, Chinese Medicine Theory, kinesiology as well as core components of NLP. Wellness coaching is used to support, encourage and facilitate change in the direction patients would like to move. The process uncovers clear and defined action steps that patients can take in order to promote and create a more balanced, healthy and fulfilling life.
Wellness coaching is used to help people achieve big changes in 1 or more areas of their lives.
The seven areas of life that wellness coaching can assist with are as follows:
- Mental or Mindset
- Career Life
- Financial Life
- Family Dynamics
- Social Dynamics
- Physical Health & Wellbeing
All of us are governed by our conditioning, learnt behaviors and beliefs. We have learnt everything we know from our parents, our teachers, connections with friends and through every single activity that we’ve been involved with. Most of the time we are completely unaware that the actions we are taking are misaligned with our true intrinsic values and what is most aligned with who we are.
We attract the same relationships over and over again even though they’re not really what we want. We have difficulty breaking health related patterns that keep us in need of constant care and support and we keep hitting one brick wall after the other, trying to uncover our career and life purpose without much success. This often leaves us feeling depressed, anxious and burnt out.
With frustration and lack of clarity being two of the major reasons holding people back, this regularly leads them to feeling quite stuck or trapped with no real idea or road map to illustrate what actions to take, what direction to go in and even what decisions to make.
Similar to a sports person requiring coaching to help them improve, run faster, hit harder and achieve greater outcomes and results, so too do we require coaching. We sometimes need and require guidance and assistance to get on track with what will help us succeed the way we truly want and desire, especially when haven’t learnt how to do that ourselves.
Our goal is to use the techniques, exercises and tools we have available, to help and assist patients to become more proficient, self-reliant, independent and empowered in their lives.
Not only will they have clearer strategies to help them reach their goals but with the combination of a kinesiology technique called NET (Neuro Emotional Technique), we are also able to help the body let go of any emotional blocks and patterns that could be getting in the way of positive outcomes.
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