The Mulier Method (from Latin mulier = woman) is a female medical doctor’s approach to disease prevention and healing.
An imbalance of the soul and body is reflected in hormonal, spinal and emotional symptoms, and those are the foundations of Mulier therapy.
The Mulier Method combines a scientific medical approach and holistic natural therapies in tackling disease prevention. It is designed as holistic therapy for modern chronic diseases.
This method was developed in 2004 by Meri Bura,MD, a natural healing expert who offers personalized (‘one-on-one’) solutions for chronic health problems, primarily for thyroid health, detox and weight loss, and stress/fatigue issues through professionally designed diets, exercises, signature treatments and natural therapies.
The Mulier treatment provides an individual holistic plan that includes a nutrition scheme and recommendations for natural healing remedies and lifestyle changes, followed by a specific plan for emotional and mental de-stress activities.
The Mulier Method is focused on balancing the conditions of your hormones, spine and emotional well-being and thereby improving your health.
No matter what kind of chronic problem you have, we will always treat your spine, hormones and emotional well-being as well.
We want you to have a healthy spine, healthy and balanced hormones and experience a sense of peace and security in everydaylife.
- A healthy spine – supple, flexible and pain-free
- Healthy hormones – healthy glands: pituitary, thyroid, pancreas, adrenal, ovaries and testes
- Healthy emotions – a sense of peace and security
The MULIER METHOD balances the condition of your hormones, spine and emotions using:
- An individual approach
- The best methods for achieving a healthy spine, healthy hormones and healthy emotions
- Classical medicine and natural therapies
- Nutrition and exercise
The fundamental principle of this method is that each person is different and requires a personal approach.
“Therefore, doing the right thing, at the right time and in the right amount is different for each person.” – Meri Bura, MD