Dr. Rahima Hirji
Location: Oh Baby! Magazine Health & Wellness Mat
Post Partum Depression: How to recognize, prevent, treat and support PPD
Join Dr. Rahima, ND and learn what foods, supplements and lifestyle choices can help prevent post partum depression before, during and after pregnancy! She will also review the risk factors and warning signs of PPD, the different severities of PPD, when and where to seek help as well as various treatment strategies that are available. This informative seminar will help you prepare for the postpartum period with helpful tips, trick and valuable information.
Dr. Rahima, ND
Rahima is a Naturopathic Doctor and the founder of Sage Naturopathic Clinic and also works out of the Dundas University Health Clinic at University and Dundas in Toronto. She incorporates a range of therapies to best address individual health concerns, including nutrition, acupuncture, supplements, homeopathy, botanical medicine, and traditional chinese herbal medicine. She also uses a wide variety of diagnostic tools and tests such as food sensitivity testing, salivary hormone testing, urine analysis, blood work, and specialized bowel function tests to help diagnose and tailor treatment plans for a variety of health conditions.
She has treated patients with skin problems, anxiety, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, hormonal imbalances and bowel conditions such as IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis. She also has a keen interest in autoimmune diseases including lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis and works extensively with infertility, women’s health and pediatrics. Rahima also offers a weight loss program geared towards helping patients achieve a healthy weight and overall well-being.
She is also certified in Intravenous Therapy (IV) and is one of only a handful of Naturopathic Doctors licensed to practice IV therapy in the KW area.
Rahima is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine where she received her Naturopathic designation. She also holds an Honors Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree from McMaster University.
She has done a variety of print and television media including CTV News, Grand River Living and the Global Morning Show and is a returning favorite on Rogers Daytime.
Check out Dr. Rahima’s blog at: www.buildingmybetterlife.com