It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter to you announcing my upcoming retirement. I will officially retire as of December 31st of this year. At the same time, it is with great excitement that I let you know that the tradition of Healing Alternatives will continue with the same service and attention to your healing needs as has occurred over the past 20 plus years. Lisa Beaury will be the new captain of the ship beginning January 1st, 2016. All current employees will remain the same, dedicated to making your health experience a positive one.
Lisa has worked hand in hand with me over the past 7 years and is fully knowledgeable and capable of assisting you with your health needs. Her skills include vast knowledge of nutritional supplements, herbs and homeopathy as well as Zyto testing, Muscle testing, Functional Medicine, Energy work and much more. Lisa exemplifies everything I feel is special about Healing Alternatives. You will not find a more kind and caring health care professional anywhere. She is a dedicated professional and has my full confidence that she will be able to assist you with your health needs going forward. Please allow yourself the special opportunity to share your health concerns and goals with Lisa, you won’t be disappointed.
Dr. Kate MacIsaac, MD has been a wonderful addition to our team over the past 1 ½ years. She brings new skills and abilities that we have been blessed to add to our practice. Dr. Kate is also a dedicated professional who has spent the last 20 years in Integrative Medicine. In addition to her knowledge of nutritional supplements and Homeopathy, she offers vast knowledge in Integrative Medicine, Bio-Identical Hormones, Healing and Allergy Elimination through LDA therapy, Live Blood Cell Analysis and much more. If you haven’t met Dr. Kate yet, I urge you to take advantage of her vast knowledge and many skills.
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