“My dream of being a doctor led me not to heal or cure, but to teach. In my medical practice, I help people heal in a natural and holistic way. We take care of the body, mind, and heart.”
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Dr. Didoy Lubaton
Health Mentor. Motivational Speaker. Author
My crisis led to my calling
My dad passed away at an early age. My dad had access to doctors, hospitals, and treatments, but we still lost him. Our medical systems may be missing something.
I realized that he was not just physically ill, but he was also in emotional, relational, and spiritual distress. The pain of losing my dad led me to my purpose.
The crisis let to my calling.
My dream of being a doctor led me not to heal, but to teach.
When I take care of my patient now, I take care of him as if he is my dad; I take care of my patients as if they are my family. I listen to them first and spend more time in connecting to them. I realize that people need people not just pills. People are not just sick, people are also hurt. There’s so much that we know and there’s so much more that we don’t know. In my medical practice, I help people heal in a natural and holistic way. We take care of the body, mind, and heart.
A doctor in every family
I dream of a society where there is a “doctor” in every family. Doctors meaning family members who can teach and influence to live a healthy happy life. I see patients in my clinic and sharing with them how to take care of themselves. They take all there learning and becomes ambassadors of good health.
To create more doctors, I conduct health seminars, healing retreat and online presence.