About Dr. Neetu Dhiman, ND
Post, CCNM, the learning does not stop. Dr. Neetu has taken advanced training under the mentorship of, Dr. Dickson Thom, DDS, ND, who is responsible for bringing Biotherapeutic Drainage to North America. Her training also includes Dr. Thom’s mentor, the late Dr. Gerard Guinot, MD, of France.
The learning still does not stop, it has simply added a layer. Dr. Neetu is currently training under Master Transformational Coach Kute Blackson, who is a world renowned, Human Potential Teacher and Visionary. In Dec 2014, Dr. Neetu traveled with 16 visionaries to Bali with Kute, to transform personal limitations and conditioning we all experience from various aspects of life. In Feb 2015, Dr. Neetu began a nine-month intensive training with Kute under his, Coach Apprentice Program. Dr. Neetu believes the more the doctor heals, the more the doctor can help others heal. This was drive and determination to further train with Kute. Dr. Neetu believes in order to be of service to her patients; in order for radical healing to take place, she herself, has to have experienced radical healing. Dr. Neetu has experienced all four levels of the Brio Living Program and is happy to report she is currently at the level of ‘Thriving.’
As a toddler, Dr. Neetu was considered to have had one of the worst cases of asthma and anaphylactic food allergies in BC. Therefore, she also has a special interest in inflammatory conditions such as: asthma, eczema, food and environmental allergies. Having to experience such severe health concerns, Dr. Neetu’s journey to health involved Naturopathic Medicine to correct each and every symptom and reaching optimal health. Optimal health to the point where it is: cured aka not in her cellular makeup aka not in her gene expression aka cleared/balanced “miasm” from a homeopathic perspective. Having this experience, her ceiling of cure and definition of health, is quite different than other practitioners. The road to cure for Dr. Neetu came solely by naturopathic means. Therefore, from personal experience alone, her comprehension and experience of the limits of this medicine is far beyond most.
Other areas of health she is interested in include: women’s health, fertility, autoimmune and health conditions that are considered to be “incurable” diseases. Dr. Neetu sees the body as a whole; therefore, to achieve optimal health she believes we must treat the whole body. She believes that detoxification and disease prevention are common threads with every patient. Treating the symptoms is often just the tip of the iceberg. When the symptoms start to reverse or disappear, this is the point in time, which Dr. Neetu refers to as, “when the real healing begins.”
In 2005, Dr. Neetu moved her practice from Yaletown to Richmond. She truly enjoys the community aspect of Richmond, which is where she grew up. Dr. Neetu is often seen around town doing various seminars speaking on various health topics. She has written a monthly article for the Richmond Review appropriately titled “Healthy Habit”.
In 2010, Dr. Neetu Dhiman was honored to be nominated for the prestigious Ethel Tibbits Award in the Business Category, hosted by the Richmond Review.
In 2013, the category of, Best Naturopath, was added to the ‘Best of’ issue for the Richmond Review. Since the addition of the category, Dr.’s Neetu And Jeff were voted voted Best Naturopaths in Richmond!
In her spare time Dr. Neetu has a passion for whole-foods cooking, snowboarding and traveling.