While growing up, we all have heard the famous proverb “Health is wealth” which defines the value of health and that it is the real prosperity without which we can achieve nothing in life. Good health refers to having both physical & emotional well-being, rather than just being free from illnesses and pain. Without health, there’s no fun and productivity in life as everything loses interest if we are unhealthy, due to which ultimately, we fail to accomplish our goals. We need to take care of ourselves and have good nutrition as it is the first step towards living a healthy lifestyle. Apart from this, it is necessary to have a strong and well-established healthcare institution in a country to deal with people having health issues. Public health should always be the topmost priority for a country as it has a huge impact on the economy as well. However, throughout our lives whenever we face any kind of health issue, it is catered by health care practitioners. They play a significant role in our lives by improving our health and the quality of our life. They have a huge responsibility on their shoulders as an individual’s life and well-being depend on their knowledge, skills, and decision-making. It is a respectful profession in society that also serves humanity.
This article will introduce you to a noble and well-qualified health care practitioner who assists and work for mankind, known as Dr. Sabina Khan. She is a nutritionist and occupational therapist by profession. Her qualifications include B.A in Psychology, MS in Occupational Therapy from New York Institute of Technology where she graduated from with distinction, Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Chatham University in which, the title of her capstone was Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy and Conventional Therapy, and she has recently completed her Ph.D. in Neuro-Nutrition. Her occupation is based in West Palm Beach, Florida. As an occupational therapist, she deals with people having illness or disability and aids them to develop, improve, and maintain the skills that are required in both, personal and professional lives through therapy. In 2012, she started working in Better HealthCare in New York as an occupational therapist where her job was to treat aged people with a range of diagnoses like neurological or cardiac, after screening and evaluating them. After a year, she switched to NaturoMedical-Healthcare P.C as a Senior Occupational Therapist Specialist. She used to evaluate and form proper treatment plans for each client having chronic pain, neurological conditions, orthopedic, or sports & work-related kind of injuries.
Then she moved to Florida and worked in an education management institution, TinyEYE Therapy Services where she provided none other than occupational therapy that is also one of the specialties of the institution. There, she served as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist by using therapeutic interventions to help the children gain independence. Sabina also had a job in the South University as an adjunct professor for 1.5 years. Presently, she is working in St. Mary’s Regional Medical Centre as an Occupational therapist since last year and offers OT services as an Independent Consulting Contractor. She doesn’t use a prevention strategy only for intervention, but also apply nutritional strategies as they help in improving and modifying lifestyle. As sometimes, just by making little change in our diet, we can heal better, likewise, Dr. Sabina modifies the diet plan of her clients who come up with chronic health issues. The cost per session of Dr. Sabina’s mental health services is affordable and reasonably priced so everyone can easily approach her. Her credentials include certification of the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists in 2015 and the National Society of Health Coaches in 2018. She is on Instagram with a username @dr.sabinakhan, having more than 7000 followers. She posts informative pictures on her Instagram about health and nutrition.
Medical professionals that include doctors, dentists, psychologists, and nutritionist, all of them are an asset and a great blessing to us as they accompany and assist us in the times of pain and suffering. They are someone we can trust in the most difficult times. On the other hand, it is equally important for us to take our health solemnly and live a healthy lifestyle.