Health Professionals in Hillsborough, NC
"Heather is a licensed dietitian/nutritionist who promotes finding happiness and well-being in life while nourishing your body with real, whole, natural foods. Offering a variety of sessions such as one-on-ones, grocery store and farmers market tours, walk and talks, in-home kitchen "how-to's" and group classes, Heather evokes kitchen confidence and empowers her clients to create positive, sustainable lifestyle changes. As an advocate for mindfulness, self-love and optimism, Heather is dedicated and eager to serve the community by sharing her knowledge and passion to "Be and Eat Well.""
"Graduated from a six-year degree program at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1993, I received my Medical Bachelor's degree (MD equivalent) in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This medical education gave me comprehensive trainings in both TCM and modern medicine with a focus on integrative medicine. Since then, I have practiced acupuncture/TCM and more recently conducted medical research for more than 20 years. I firmly believe that, combined with your standard cares from primary care physicians/specialists, my experiences can help you restore balance, improve physical/emotional health naturally and ultimately achieve overall well-being."
"My name is David Leidich. I graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 1996 and have been practicing in Durham, NC since 1997. My mission is to help as many people as possible obtain optimal health through chiropractic care in a safe environment, while making a difference in the lives of my patients. I offer my service to all members of the community."
"I want to help you get better. Through my own health struggles I found the value of integrative medicine. I suffered for a long time with Crohn's Disease, an autoimmune disease, and improved greatly with the help of a naturopathic doctor. My approach to patient care comes from this unique perspective. When we work together you'll be listened to and be given the time to ask any questions you may have."
"Flying Needle Acupuncture is a Sports & Internal Chinese medicine practice. What this means is that if you are in pain, chronic, or acute, I can help. I work with acupuncture, tui na (Chinese medical massage), Craniosacral therapy, qi gong, corrective exercise, and dietary/nutritional counseling to help you return to your natural state of vibrant health. In addition to addressing pain, I treat a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to: asthma, allergies, anxiety, choleolithiasis, depression, digestion/elimination, frozen shoulder, headaches, hypertension, IBS, lymphedema, meniere's disease, and musculoskeletal/structural issues."
"Lisa Richardson provides practical nutrition, mealtime, and eating support through interactive classes, coaching, and individual consultation. Just like your trusted family physician, Carolina Family Nutrition helps you sort out fact from fiction and feel confident that you are taking care of your health and your family's well-being. I have a particular specialty in toddler and infant feeding, including food/formula intolerances; selective/picky eating at any age; pediatric and adult weight concerns; preconceptional and pregnancy nutrition, and building family eating competency."