Pets are our true preventative medicine for environmental triggers in a toxic world. Dr AMara will describe how paying attention to clinical signs and behavior changes in our pets can help us learn about ourselves too. Factors like chemicals, toxins, EMFs, acute or chronic disease and lifespan that we observe in our animals can help us identify stressors that will also affect the health of human family members.
Tamara Hebbler CiHom DVM (“Doctor AMara”, her spiritual name, reflecting her belief in “I AM” consciousness) obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California at Davis in 1998. Her interest in holistic medicine began with severe personal health challenges induced from vaccinosis issues. This led to deep exploration and commitment to healing the entire being holistically.
Dr AMara helped inspire the UC Davis Holistic Veterinary Medicine Club, which is still very active and holds annual symposiums for veterinarians and veterinary students. Dr AMara has a unique holistic practice, Healing Hope, in Carlsbad, California, built on the microcosm of family, with pets at the center. She uses a wide variety of modalities including nutrition, homeopathy, herbs and flower essences, as well as other energy healing techniques. She’s especially well versed in endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal disease, skin disease and musculoskeletal disease, including neuropathy and neuralgia.
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