In this season of COVID-19, doctors and medical caretakers are the ones everybody is banking on, to help fight the pandemic. And indeed, through their devoted services, huge number of people around the world have been saved from the pandemic ‘attacks’. Surely, the health experts have been sensational all through the COVID-19 season including Dr Naa Asheley Dordor.
Dr. Naa Asheley Dordor is a Chiropractic Physician and the C.E.O. of Nova Wellness Center in Ghana. Having graduated from college in Canada, she continued to the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport – Iowa, USA.
Her enthusiasm for natural curative and preventive medical services was stirred subsequent to encountering chiropractic care while in college.
Her interest in this area of alternative clinical practice was additionally fortified during a mission outing to Vietnam with fellow students from Chiropractic College where she experienced the viability of chiropractic care and how it impacts general health. Dr Naa Asheley then made plans to travel back to Ghana to make an impact with the recuperating craft of Chiropractic care.
Her energy and commitment to giving normal therapeutic and preventive clinical treatment to Ghanaians have earned her several awards in the course of the most recent few years.
In 2018, the Ghana 40under40 awards scheme recognized her for her commitment to the Chiropractic calling in Ghana. In the very year, she was declared Woman Entrepreneur of the year by the Small Medium Enterprises Ghana Awards (SMEGA) Scheme.
At the Nova Wellness Center, knead treatment, physiotherapeutic modalities and customized practice for explicit conditions are used to supplement chiropractic care to forestall and deal with a few conditions in grown-ups and kids.
Some of the conditions commonly treated at her clinic are headaches, neck, back, shoulder, waist pain, numbness in extremities, sciatica, scoliosis and many others.
She is a solid advocate of the fact that, the wellbeing and general prosperity of workers is vital to the fulfillment of the objectives of the business. Her corporate health program has served workers of Omni Bank, Graphic Corporation, Rig World Services, University of Ghana (personnel), Fidelity and Stanbic banks and some more.
Dr. Naa Dordor has throughout the years embarked on several government funded training projects to sharpen Ghanaians on appropriate ergonomic practices and strong way of life decisions on electronic media, print and online media platforms. Her effort programs additionally incorporate introductions to holy places, common society gatherings, schools and so on.
She has additionally established a non-profit organization, Healthy Spine Africa which gives Chiropractic care to the poor in the public eye at positively no expense.
The individuals from the AYA Community Center for the elderly, in the western locale, benefit from this free help various times each year just as others in the community.
Dr. Naa’s vision is for Africans to assume personal responsibility for their wellbeing to empower them to reach at their most extreme potential by receiving preventive medical services rather than corrective medical care.