Be supported by a three time cancer survivor who deeply understands the journey with cancer
"It only takes one person to prove that it's possible. If I can do it, that means YOU CAN TOO!" - Eddie Enever
A diagnosis of cancer is one of the scariest, most confronting times of your life. You are met with your mortality, maybe for the first time, and it can cripple you. The journey takes off on you. Appointment after appointment, tests, scans, treatment dates set… no time to think, to get fully informed as to the options available to you to optimise your care.
I know how you are feeling. I was there. In 2013 I was diagnosed with cancer and my life changed in an instance, never to be the same again. Over a two year period I had three relapses and at my worst I had a 9cm x 8cm x 3cm tumour in my abdomen, 2 tumours in my chest, 2 under my collar bone, 1 in my neck and 1 in my lung. I had advanced metastatic cancer and because of all the unsuccessful treatment I had had, to top it all off, it was chemo resistant too.
Out of necessity I had to look deeply into why I was unwell. Not just what was wrong with me, by WHY it was wrong with me. I had to make big changes to the way I lived my life, the way in which I perceived the world I lived in and make drastic changes to the way I approached my cancer care. I had to explore complementary options outside of my traditional mainstream oncology treatment, because it just wasn’t working. And I had testicular cancer, the most treatable of all cancers.
The key to my success was a holistic, integrative approach to my oncological care. I couldn’t just stick all my eggs into one basket, the chemo basket. It wasn’t working for me, I had to look broader. I needed to look into the deeper aspects of why I was unwell, looking outside of the body, to my life whilst supporting my oncology care with the best evidence based complementary therapies.
On my cancer journey, through my own research and necessity, I was exposed to many alternative and complementary therapies. My knowledge of potential therapies and how to combine them into a comprehensive integrative program is one of my strongest attributes and the formulation of a comprehensive program for you to follow is one of the ways I can be of highest service to you. I’ve helped hundreds of clients to traverse the cancer journey. From prevention, diagnosis, to treatment or end of life transition, I am highly skilled to help you on your journey with cancer.
I lost a lot of things from being diagnosed with cancer, but I also gained something really special – a purpose. That purpose is to help someone like you on your journey with cancer to ensure the best possible outcome.
I encourage you to take the next step with me and click the button below to schedule your FREE 30 minute exploratory call TODAY.
I look forward to supporting and working with you.
1. THE DIAGNOSIS - WHERE TO NOW?
A diagnosis of cancer is easily one of the scariest and overwhelming times of your life. With the excess of information out there in “cyberspace” it’s easy to get totally confused and overwhelmed with what to do and what to take to support your diagnosis. This is essential viewing!
2. WHO'S ON YOUR BUS?
Surrounding yourself with a team of highly qualified, experienced professionals is essential to ensure the best result possible. You’re driving the bus back to health, but who else should be on that bus? Who do you need to surround yourself with and how do they need to interact to work as a team? Find out in this video!
3. INTEGRATIVE, PERSONALISED CARE
To ensure the best result possible you cannot treat your diagnosis like everyone else’s diagnosis. You must go above and beyond and create your own statistics and prognosis. To do this we need to understand your cancer and the best way to treat it and combine the best medical and complementary care into a comprehensive, holistic approach.
My guess is that you know it all too well….. The oncologist walks out to the waiting room and calls your name.. your heart begins to race… your palms sweaty… a knot in your stomach that’s been there all morning.. You scan the oncologist up and down looking for some type of body clue to help you prepare for what they are going to say. He’s not smiling… he usually smiles…. It must be bad news.. then he sits you down….
Cancer patients experience a special type of anxiety that only a cancer patient would understand. It’s called “Can-xiety”. It’s the type of anxiety that builds in the lead up to your oncology appointment, whether that be for a routine follow up, a treatment, or any other cancer related appointment. It’s the anxiety felt when you get a random pain in your leg, back or shoulder… or the lymph node in your armpit goes up, or you have a day where you feel “Just not quite right”… Is it back? Has it spread? I’m getting worse?.. There’s also the type of anxiety you experience after a PET scan, CT scan, MRI or ultrasound… the “Scan-xiety”. What makes it worse is that you usually don’t see your oncologist for a few days to a week after the scan and the radiologist doesn’t give anything away, looking at you stone cold not letting anything out…
For some can-xiety and scan-xiety is mild, for some, debilitating. In this eBook we will explore stress and anxiety and how and why this occurs in the body and then most importantly, you will learn specific techniques that you can apply straight away to manage your anxiety better to help you to ensure the best health outcome for you.
UNLOCKING THE POWER WITHIN (online course)
Meditation and stress management course for the cancer journey
– Eddie Enever
Naturopathic Oncology Yoga (online series)
Follow along in the comfort of your own home with this online series of specifically designed yoga flows for someone with a diagnosis of cancer or any other chronic disease.
This yoga flow series is a gentle, deeply nourishing, heart opening series perfect for the complete novice or someone with prior experience with yoga.
What others are saying
Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer with metastases in the liver gone in 3 months
A Naturopath recommended that we see Edward Enever as he specializes in patients with cancer. My husband had pancreatic cancer that had just started to metastasize. That was about six months ago…
Stage Four Bowel Cancer
In March 2016, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Bowel Cancer and within days underwent major surgery to remove a portion of the colon that harboured the main tumour. My prognosis was fairly grim…
I’ve been seeing Eddie for 6 months now and have to say he has been a great support. Since my cancer journey began (nearly 5 years ago) I’ve met numerous doctors, naturopaths and many other specialists. Eddie is by far one of the most empathetic and…
Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Last November 2015 I flew into Australia for medicals and found I had a PSA of 1120 with fully metastasised cancer. I eventually met Edward Enever who guided me through the Nori protocol…
I met Edward a few weeks back after being recommend to see him from another friend. When you find out you have that c word (cancer) your mind goes into a flip and state of fear. With what the medical people told me I was even more worried about treatment…