Sunday, October 8, 2017



Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) welcome Tobey Williamson of Good Hearth Eastern Medical Arts to their October 10th Rockland Lyme Support meeting as their guest speaker. The meeting will be held at The Knox Center (Skilled/Longterm Rehab) downstairs in the Rockland training room located at 6 White St, Rockland, Maine from 6p-8p.

Acupuncturist, herbalist and recently a Lyme patient, Tobey documented his journey from Lyme diagnosis through treatment in his blog https://goodhearth-acupuncture.com/blog/2017/08/15/5/a-first-hand-account-of-treating-acute-lyme-disease/  and he will share with us his personal first hand experiences and what it has taught him.

Tobey's mission is to help you rediscover what it feels like to move freely without pain and to know that your body is built to heal itself.  

From Pain to Digestion and Nausea, Reproductive issues to Mental Health and Wellness ~ Acupuncture, moxibustion and herbal medicines work by activating the body's own healing powers.   

Tobey Williamson is licensed to practice acupuncture and herbal medicine in Maine and Hawaii and is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (L.Ac. & Dipl. OM) certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He earned a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Institute for Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Honolulu's Chinatown.

Concurrent with his Master’s program, Tobey also completed a rigorous clinical apprenticeship under master acupuncturist, Dr. Chieko Maekawa, L.Ac., Ph.D., founder of the Seitai Shinpo Acupuncture Foundation. As a post-graduate, Certified Seitai Shinpo Acupuncturist (CSSAc) at Dr. Maekawa's Kona Clinic of Acupuncture, he continued to help patients heal from a variety of complex health concerns.

Please join us, learn more about Tobey's journey with Lyme, what treatment services he offers and how they can aide in your recovery back to health and wellness.

Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) is a 501c3 nonprofit, the Maine-partner of the national Lyme Disease Association, a member of the Maine CDC Vector-borne Work group and active in Maine's Lyme legislation. Their support meetings are educational, free and open to the public. For information about the meeting, MLDSE and the free community resources that they offer, visit www.mldse.org