Madam Lydia Devega is a homeopathy practitioner who practices integrative medicine and the former director of The Jasmin Foundation, a non-governmental organization established for over 15 years, which specializes in integrative and alternative medicine and treatment. She has been practicing homeopathy and functional medicine for 10 years offering consultations for both locals and internationals. Having been one of the first seven pioneer homeopaths in Malaysia recognized under Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division by the Ministry of Health Malaysia, she obtained her Bachelor of Homeopathic Medical Science (B.H.M.S.) at University of Cyberjaya and later received her training at Shaad Homeopathic Hospital Complex & Research Centre in Itwari, Nagpur India. During her training in India, she was closely guided and taught by renowned homeopaths with great expertise in the field.
The passionate homeopath has acquired her Masters in Homeopathy and conducted intensive research on anti-obesity & Phytochemical Analysis.
"It's more important to know what kind of patient has a disease than what kind of disease a patient has", as said by Hippocrates, is one of the quotes Madam Lydia believes at heart as a strong believer of individualistic treatment.
She often says that our body has the power to heal itself and thus restoring the balance by combining appropriate medical practices, diet, along with lifestyle modification will restore the patient's health and sees the symptoms experienced by one as the body's ways of indicating that something is out of balance in the human body.
Furthermore her unquenchable desire to help others reach the goal of healthy living has paved the way to conduct courses on functional medicine & basic homeopathy for students and practitioners who are interested in integrative approach in clinical practices.
In future, Madam Lydia aims to conduct training and embark into clinical research in functional medicine, additionally organizing conferences in the areas of advancements and innovative medical practices.