When I started on this journey, I was coming through my own healing experience, working my way back from breast cancer. I understood cancer diagnosis, surgery for bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction, the pain, rehabilitation and recovery associated with that and how all this affected not only the patient physically and emotionally, but also those around us who love us the most.
It opened my eyes to what God’s plan is for my life, heightened my sense of awareness of others in ways beyond anything I could ever have imagined, and set me on a path of self-discovery and ultimately a complete career change – I knew God had spared me from cancer to do more with my life, that He had a plan and that I just had to trust His process.
For me, this has been an incredible journey of learning and growth – learning about Physiokey and the dramatic effect neuromodulation technology can have not only on relieving chronic pain, but on recalibrating the body system as a whole and improving the way it functions; learning about myself, who I am and why and how I can use what I’ve learned to help others; learning about my innate God given gifts that give me the ability to understand my clients on a deep level and to take them from broken to breakthrough on their healing journey.
When I created Emmaus Health and Wellness, I didn’t want to build just another clinic, I wanted to create an experience, a sanctuary, a beautiful healing space of restoration where people could come and be seen, understood, loved and nurtured, given a voice and be heard, mentored and supported, encouraged to grow beyond what they ever thought was possible and to treat their pain at the source – physically, spiritually and emotionally. A place where time stops, a place that once experienced, you would want to return to again and again and again.
This is health care like you’ve never experienced before.
Everything you need is within you and I can help you find it.
“Now to Him Who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine, to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.” - Ephesians 3:20-21