PreKure’s vision is to prevent chronic disease and extend the human healthspan.
Turn your passion for health and wellness into a career you love.
Health Coaches are currently the missing link in healthcare. Become a PreKure certified Health Coach and support people in making the critical lifestyle changes required to dramatically improve their wellbeing. You’ll have one of the most meaningful jobs on the planet and see better health outcomes for yourself, your family and/or your clients/patients.
By doing this certificate you’ll be recognised as a credible and qualified Health Coach.
Prevention before cure
We want to create a movement and change medicine from the top down and the bottom up.
The medical system we have today spends most of its budget on treating sickness and very little on disease prevention.
On average, we spend the last 15 years of our lives suﬀering from the complications of one of the big four chronic diseases - cancer, dementia, heart disease or diabetes. But the problem is that we medicate the symptoms, rather than treating the root cause of the disease.
PreKure sees the new world of medicine as preventative, customer-centric, and future-focused. It is based on thriving, not just surviving. It’s a rapidly moving and exciting feld that can, and will, deliver health—or as we like to call it, a PreKure —to those who need it most.
Together we can change medicine
To us, health is about so much more than simply not being sick. It’s about getting a balance between physical, mental, emotional, cultural and spiritual health. Health and healing are interwoven, which means that one can’t be separated from the other.
DR TAMARA MACKEAN
We are a team of internationally recognised health professionals
highly-educated in the science and practise of lifestyle medicine.
Dr Louise Schofield
Louise has a PhD in Public Health
and 15 years’ experience in the
corporate wellbeing industry
Dr Carlo Bellini
Medical Doctor & Lead Coach
Dr Carlo Bellini is a consultant, executive coach, and speaker. His expertise lies at the intersection of health, business, and innovation.
Professor Grant Schofield
Grant is the Director of The Centre
for Human Potential at AUT University
and former Chief Scientifc Advisor
Dr Desiree Dickerson
Neuroscientist & Clinical Psychologist
Desiree is a clinical psychologist with
a doctorate in the neurodevelopment
of mental health disorders.
Dr Catherine Crofts
Catherine has more than 20 years’
experience as a clinical pharmacist.
She recently completed her PhD in
Dr Glen Davies
After completing his studies at
Otago Medical School, Glen spent
2.5 years working in a mission
This 21 day health challenge all about YOU. We give your wellbeing a boost and kickstart your healthy habits.
The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will
interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet
and in the cause and prevention of disease.