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7 thoughts on “It’s our 3-year anniversary!

  1. Dr. Salib Huber and colleagues,

    Congratualtions on your success and here’s to many more years in practice! The first time I walked through the doors I knew I was in a “good place” and I have been coming back as well as sending in clients ever since. You are good people doing good work and the service you provide fullfills an ongoing need for such practitioners in our wellness community. Keep at it!

    With warm regards,

    Robyn Berman

    PS, if my name is drawn can I pass the win along to one of my clients??

    1. Thanks for the kind words Robyn! We love working with the health care community in Halifax, and love that you are a part of that! You can absolutely pass on the GC’s should you be the winner. 🙂

  2. Happy anniversary to you all. I have been coming to the clinic for the last year and a half for myself and my daughter and can honestly say I have never felt more at home and relaxed wrt my health care and well being. For all that work there you offer such a unique atmosphere and warmth. Thank you!

    Deanna

  3. You know I love you, Dr. Salib Huber! You were instrumental in changing my son’s life for the better. When no one took me seriously with my suspicions of food sensitivities, you basically narrowed it down in one session. I thank you and your patience, smile and professionalism! And also for making me give up diet pepsi, even though I’m still kind of bitter about it.

  4. Happy anniversary! I started coming to the clinic for naturopathic care for my then 1 year old son (2.5 years ago!) and now our whole family are patients of Dr.SH. With her guidance and support we’ve been working towards improving our health through nutrution and diet which gets better with each step.

    I really appreciate the ongoing support and connection through this blog and facebook (loved the meal planning workshop!) and have learned as much outside of office visits as I do in person.

    With our family’s interest in nutrition in mind specifically, I’d really love to see an elimination diet workshop. It’s one of the more challenging aspects of exploring nutritional health (for us anyway) and it would be great to have some additional resources and support.

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