Dr. Ara Elmaijian
Dr. Ara Elmajian, the owner of Kinetic Patterns, has practised dentistry in Vancouver, British Columbia since receiving his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Alberta in 1975. Since graduation he has studied and worked extensively in the fields of chronic illness, head, neck and face pain and temporomandibular joint dysfunction. He has also completed postgraduate work in the fields of orthodontics and prosthodontics.
Dr. Elmajian received his Certification as a Biological Dentist in October 2010. His practice consists of biological dentistry as well as the management of chronic pain and illness.
Dr. Elmajian has been an advocate for detoxification for many years and recommends and guides his patients through proper protocols suited to their needs. He has extensively studied and adopted the powerful field of homotoxicology and uses homeopathic remedies to support a person’s own healing abilities.
Dr. Elmajian has also been involved in research in the fields of myofascial and neural therapy. He was one of the first in these fields to use homeopathic remedies along with local anaesthetic for various required injections. He discovered the revolutionary technique of intraoesseous neural therapy (I.O.N.T.). This has proven to be a valuable tool in the diagnosis of jaw cavitation and in numerous other treatment applications.
Dr. Elmajian works closely with his team of biological dentists, medical and naturopathic physicians and his traditional Chinese medical practitioner to provide his clients with a complete and supportive approach to their health care concerns as well as their dental needs.
Dr. Tomah Phillips
Dr. Tomah received his Naturopathic Doctor (ND) degree from the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, a four-year program including over 1100 patient hours. He also holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Physiology from McGill University.
Dr. Tomah has a passion for digestion, and believes that most disease begins in the gut. So whether you suffer from a gastrointestinal disease such as “Irritable Bowel Syndrome” (which is really just a label), or a systemic issue such as eczema, fatigue, or autoimmune disease, fixing the gut provides the foundation for good health.
Along with digestion, proper sleep is one of the most essential aspects of our health. Deep sleep is the only time the body repairs and recovers, and sleep issues are tied to almost every single chronic disease. Dr. Tomah is trained in the RightSleep® method to correct sleep issues.
Dr. Tomah also has a special interest in Men’s Health, addressing complaints “below the belt,” including prostate dysfunction (BPH, prostatitis), low libido, and male fertility.
Along with clinical practice, Dr. Tomah is an adjunct faculty member of the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, where he teaches Biomedical Sciences.
To learn more, visit Dr. Tomah’s website: www.doctortomah.com.
Dr. Saul Pilar
B.A. SC., M.D.
Dr. Pilar holds degrees in Chemical Engineering and Medicine from the University of Toronto. Most of his postgraduate education is from his colleagues, international work and from his patients. His teachers include Prof. Linus Pauling, a Nobel Laureate.
He likes using engineering principles in treating allergy, pain, anti-aging, chronic symptoms, mind-body healing, toxicity, clinical nutrition, hormones, clinical hypnosis, orthomolecular, integrative and functional medicine. His techniques include injections such as allergy, prolotherapy, nutrients and medications. Treatment is often faster as is the combination of conventional and complementary.
Four decades and more than 100,000 patients’ worth of experience allows him to provide second opinions on difficult cases. In addition, he has provided pro bono medical work in an underserved Central American community.
Outside of the clinic Dr. Pilar enjoys food, hiking, cycling, music, dancing, spiritual and art traditions.