Dr Damian Wojcik is an expert in integrative medicine with many years experience as a GP and as the clinical director of the Northland Environmental Health Clinic. He is also has a masters in forensics.
His clinical research and practice is mainly focused on heavy metal detoxification, intravenous vitamin C therapies, and his GP practice includes holistic diagnostic testing, nutritional medicine, integrative cancer treatments, and work with bio-identical hormones.
He has treated many patients since opening his integrative general practice in 2001, and is an advocate for holistic health care.
Years teaching metal detox
In Years integrative health
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Free Metal Toxicology Training
In this introductory webinar, Dr Damian Wojcik teaches
- Case studies he discovered in his early days of metal toxicology such as lead and mercury poisoning
- Examples of How to recognize metal toxicology in your patients
- Issues around mercury toxicity politics and his continued research with current patients
INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE REAFFIRMS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PRACTITIONER AND PATIENT, FOCUSES ON THE WHOLE PERSON, IS INFORMED BY EVIDENCE, AND MAKES USE OF ALL APPROPRIATE THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES, HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS AND DISCIPLINES TO ACHIEVE OPTIMAL HEALTH AND HEALING.
what we stand for.
Integrative medicine is a philosophy of healthcare with a focus on individual patient care and combining the best of conventional western medicine and evidence- based complementary medicine and therapies within current mainstream medical practice.
Integrative medicine reaffirms the importance of the relationship between the practitioner and patient, focuses on the whole person, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, health care professionals and disciplines to achieve optimal health and healing.
It takes into account the physical, psychological, social and spiritual wellbeing of the person with the aim of using the most appropriate, safe and evidence-based treatments available.
What is vitamin C and why do we need it? Which foods have the most vitamin C? Should we pop pills when we think we’re getting a cold, or are we just producing expensive urine? And can vitamin C really cure cancer? Listen to the full radio interview.
Vitamin C is classically seen as a vitamin taken in small doses to prevent scurvy and support the immune system. However, there is increasing evidence showing that vitamin C has a much greater role to play in human health.
Hi-Dose vitamin C can be used intravenously for many different treatments. Read about some of its many uses here
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