Ms. Anna Vakil PhD CCH

Certified homeopath and Metabolic Balance® coach
Anna Vakil

Credentials: Certification

Institution: Council for Homeopathic Certification

Certification: Certified in Classical Homeopathy (CCH)

Certification Year: 2015

Institution: American Medical College of Homeopoathy

Graduated: 2015

In practice since: 2013

I am a professional homeopath, certified Metabolic Balance® coach and owner of Wellness Care Online, providing health and wellness care, specializing in hormone balance and health. I believe health is primarily about two things: freedom and empowerment. Freedom from limitations like menopausal symptoms, adolescent behavioral problems, weight issues, menstrual, uterine and ovarian problems, anxiety, depression and insomnia, thyroid and glandular issues, as well as freedom from expensive and lifelong medications or supplements. I also believe that becoming healthy can be an empowering experience. People have the capacity to take charge of their own health, so I work with my clients to set health goals and then I become their ally until those goals have been achieved.

I provide fully online wellness care with predictable costs at convenient hours including weekday evenings (Eastern time). I draw on my post-graduate academic training to research your conditions and I make myself accessible in order to address your questions and concerns. I utilize a range of natural homeopathic therapeutics, as well as food sensitivity testing and a personalized weight management program (Metabolic Balance®) that uses food as medicine.

Areas of Specialty

Anxiety

Behavioral Issues

Depression

Developmental Disorders

Infertility

Obesity

Weight Loss

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Flower Essences

Homeopathy

Therapeutic Intervention

Articles Anna has Published
A homeopathic approach to resolving fibroids
A homeopathic approach to resolving fibroids

A teacher of mine once said that whatever our body makes, it can un-make. If true, this is encouraging for women suffering with fibroids, benign growths of fibrous tissue growing in or near the uterus »

A teacher of mine once said that whatever our body makes, it can un-make. If true, this is encouraging for women suffering with fibroids, benign growths of fibrous tissue growing in or near the uterus that are usually harmless but can sometimes become large and very bothersome. And there are a lot of us, I had them too at one point: more than half of pre-menopausal women do and most don't ever know..

Ms. Anna Vakil · May 19th, 2019

Ms. Anna Vakil · May 19th, 2019

A homeopathic approach to relieving menstrual pain
A homeopathic approach to relieving menstrual pain

Menstrual pain is extremely common, but it's often not reported at doctor visits. Why is this? Perhaps women just accept menstrual pain as part of the burden of being female, or we don't expect our pain »

Menstrual pain is extremely common, but it's often not reported at doctor visits. Why is this? Perhaps women just accept menstrual pain as part of the burden of being female, or we don't expect our pain to be taken seriously, or maybe we are too embarrassed to talk about it. (There is a lot of ancient lore and superstition in many cultures associated with the female menstrual cycle). Make sure it's..

Ms. Anna Vakil · May 19th, 2019

Ms. Anna Vakil · May 19th, 2019

4 reasons you can’t keep the weight off
4 reasons you can’t keep the weight off

There are lots of one-size-fits all do-it-yourself ways to drop that excess weight quickly: paleo, keto, low-carb, etc.. Then there are other more expensive regimes that involve purchasing powders, patches »

There are lots of one-size-fits all do-it-yourself ways to drop that excess weight quickly: paleo, keto, low-carb, etc.. Then there are other more expensive regimes that involve purchasing powders, patches or prepared meals that are sent to your house. Some claim these programs hold the "secret formula" to sustained weight loss. But there are others who have tried many programs over the years and have..

Ms. Anna Vakil · April 13th, 2019

Ms. Anna Vakil · April 13th, 2019