Dr. Roselina D’souza,
Homoeopathic Medical Officer, Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Jodhpur
Dr. Roselina D’souza is a renowned homoeopathy medical officer in Jodhpur. With over 14 years of experience in the field of homoeopathy, she has established herself as one of the leading practitioners of alternative medicine in the region.
Dr. Roselina D’souza’s aim in life is to spread healing through homoeopathy to as many people as possible. She knew it was going to be tough but not as tough as the great Master Hahnemann had faced.
She believes that perseverance is the key to success. You may not always have a comfortable life and you will not always be able to solve all the world’s problems at once but don’t ever underestimate the importance you can have because history has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own. She knows that there are only two ways to live your life one is as though nothing is a miracle and the other is as though everything is a miracle. She believes that we are born with potential, goodness, trust, ideas, dreams and we are born with greatness and with wings. We are not meant for crawling. ‘So don’t we have wings?’, learn to use them and fly.
Dr. Roselina is a compassionate and dedicated physician who is committed to providing her patients with the best possible care. She takes a holistic approach to treatment, focussing not only on the physical symptoms but also on the emotional and psychological well-being of her patients.
Born in a simple family both the parents Mr Christopher D’souza and Mrs Regina D’souza brought both their children up in a simple way. They had a very struggling life but they gave them high standards of love, compassion, simplicity, strength, knowledge, love for God and will to serve the humanity. They both are teachers and are running their own school since 32 years in Udaipur.
Husband Mr Anil K Paul is her support system, he is a banker by profession and is currently working with HDFC limited. Her son Aric Anil Paul is 11 years old. Her parents’ sacrifice and guidance helped her rise and shine and she became a homoeopath in 2008. She completed her schooling from St Mary’s Convent School Udaipur, since then she wanted to become a doctor not only a doctor but a homeopathic doctor when she was in 3rd class, she started understanding that what she wanted to become when she grows up. Her parents are her ideal, they are the strength who supported her at every stage of a life as a guiding light. She always wanted to fulfill the dream of her father and become a doctor. She got married in 2010. Her in-laws have always been there with her in all the ups and downs her husband has always been there beside her as a strong rock no matter whatever happened and instilled in her a never give up attitude.
She is a God fearing person she feels blessed to be a chosen one by God to spread healing and comfort to people. She believes that God has chosen her for a healing mission. She was once told by a priest in the church that she was called to be a wounded healer. She knows that nobody escapes being wounded, all are wounded people whether physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually the main question is not how we can hide the wounds so we don’t have to be embarrassed but how we can put a woundedness in the service of others.
When our wounds cease to be a source of shame and become a source of healing and then we become wounded healers.
She starts her day with prayer and says to the Lord you are my healer, my way maker, my dream giver and my restorer. God just requires an open initiative, patience, faith and trust.
As a calling in the world for healing she got a chance to work with the Integrated Child Development Services department during the time of ‘swine flu’ she worked for 205 anganwadis in Jodhpur total 5504 children, 1450 workers, 1229 school children, 1282 different staff and 6419 common people so in total she distributed 15884 ‘swine flu’ prevention kits in Jodhpur and was also awarded for the same by the Deputy Director of ICDS department Jodhpur during the year 2019 after that she had a chance to work as a corona warrior in the year 2020 at the time of the pandemic and she distributed more than 12000 covid-19 prevention kits in Jodhpur and was awarded for the same by the Jodhpur collector and Lions Club International Jodhpur and other different institutions.
On 2nd July 2020 she had given a talk on abortion and it’s side effects and it was telecasted on Colors channel by CBN India channel in program ‘Ek Nayi Zindagi’. On 4th March 2021 her story as a corona warrior was covered by CBN channel in program ‘Ek Nayi Zindagi’ for women’s special week which showed her hard work and duty towards her patients and how she fulfilled her duties towards her family and job with full dedication by the grace of God.
Dr. Roselina received her Bachelor’s degree in Homoeopathy Medicine and Surgery in 2008 from Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University Udaipur Rajasthan and was posted as a medical officer in Jodhpur in 2009. Since then there was no looking back.
She always wanted to study homoeopathy in an advanced way so she completed her specialisation course in predictive homoeopathy from European Centre for Peace & Development of the University of peace established by the United Nations ECPD in corporation with international centre for homoeopathic medicine ICHM predictive homoeopathy, Mumbai India and is currently pursuing the master course in applicable homoeopathy from HHF Academy & Research Institute, Mumbai. She is well-versed in various aspects of the field.
Dr. Roselina has worked in various capacities in the field of homoeopathy, as a consultant, and educator. In her current role as a medical officer at Mahatma Gandhi Hospital in Jodhpur, Dr. Roselina is responsible for diagnosing and treating patients using homoeopathic remedies. She is known for her expertise in treating a wide range of conditions, including chronic illnesses, allergies, skin disorders, and mental health issues.
She is also actively involved in educating the public about the benefits of homoeopathy and promoting the use of alternative medicine as a safe and effective form of treatment. She works closely with other healthcare professionals to promote a holistic approach to healthcare through homoeopathy.
In conclusion, Dr. Roselina D’souza is a highly respected and accomplished homoeopathy medical officer in Jodhpur. Her dedication to her patients and her commitment to advancing the field of homoeopathy have earned her a reputation as one of the leading practitioners of alternative medicine in the region.
She is proud to be a homoeopath – an alternative system of medicine which stimulates a healing response to strengthen the body’s ability to heal itself. It is a holistic system of medicine based on the theory of treating ‘like cures like’. Homoeopathy treats the whole person taking into account personality, lifestyle and heredity factors as well as the history of the disease, since each person is unique, homoeopathic medicines are prescribed to treat individuals.
Her journey still continues, efforts are still intact and she is dedicated to support and bring up the true spirit and essence of homoeopathy and spread healing to as many as possible.