Dr Glen Davies
MBChB, Dip Obst, FRNCCGP, FASLM
Glen was born in Wellington in 1965 and grew up in a number of small towns, including Mangakino, He gradated from University of Otago in 1989. Glen worked in a mission hospital in Papua New Guinea for 2 years. While medical superintendent he was part of the team managing the Vunapope state of emergency caused by the major eruption of 2 local volcanoes.
He is tremendously proud of his children who are awesome humans. With his partner Vanessa he is developing a lifestyle property in Kinloch, to be as self-sustaining as possible, for food and energy.
“As a GP I love consulting. I love the close relationship I form with clients, but I have become frustrated by failing to address prevention and by managing treatable conditions rather than aiming for cure. I have spent many years asking do I actually make a difference? 3 years ago, with many others, we have grown “Reverse T2 Diabetes Taupo”. This community group has met weekly and learned together how to reverse T2 Diabetes and other aspects of metabolic syndrome. As a consequence, over 115 Taupo community members have reversed their diabetes. There are over 2500 people on the face book page.
Since learning about the power of Low Carb/Healthy Fat, Ketogenic Diets and fasting, I truly feel like a healer. After learning about the coach approach, with clients setting their own goals, I feel that I can walk beside clients supporting them on their healing journey. My “Why” is to make a difference as a healer and to contribute to the creation of healthier communities. I now feel that we have the tools to do this. “Reversal NZ” is the result of letting a movement grow organically over the last 3 years.
We are now linking with other clinicians and coached to make formal programs available to many more people. As a clinician I feel invigorated and excited for the future. With powerful and effective tools, I feel I can reach my potential as a healer. To be a doctor is an honor and a privilege. I feel that I have found my place in the world and that feels extraordinary.”