Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) are pleased to host Dr. Carrie Werner ND and Melanie Clarke as their guest speakers at their Brunswick Lyme Support meeting Wed May 2 from 6-8pm at Mid Coast Hospital.
Werner and Clarke are pleased to speak on the opening of their new clinic:
Riverside Healing Center
Riverside Healing Center, a patient- centered, holistic practice, will open their doors May 3rd, seeing patients Monday-Thursday. Supporting patients on their journey to optimal wellness is of the utmost importance to the practitioners at Riverside Healing Center. Patients will be provided with full naturopathic care, extensive lab work both conventional and functional testing, herbal, nutrient and homeopathic supplements, reflexology, reiki and feet reading.
Dr. Carrie Werner is a Naturopathic doctor and midwife. Carrie spent two and a half years in Honduras as public health volunteer in the Peace Corps. Having always felt a call to medicine, her time in Honduras helped Carrie to decide to attend Naturopathic medical school to combine her budding interest in natural healing therapeutics with her call to medicine.
Carrie attended the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland Oregon where she earned her Naturopathic medical degree and completed an apprenticeship in Naturopathic midwifery. After completing her medical studies Carrie moved to Melbourne, Australia where she owned and practiced at Your Natural Path for 5 years. Carrie moved back to America in 2014 to meld her practice of naturopathy and midwifery. Carrie is passionate about empowering her patients in their healthcare and is dedicated to supporting them in their journey to optimal wellness. She is committed to meeting people where they’re at in their journey and providing support that fits into their lifestyle. She and her patients work in partnership to achieve their goals through a variety of treatments including diet, nutrient therapy, neurotransmitter balancing, botanical medicine and homeopathy.
Melanie Clarke is a reflexologist, medical scientist and chef. Melanie has always had a fascination with the science and art which makes up the body and her 10 years of work experience in biochemistry as a medical scientist gives her a very unique perspective of the body and its internal workings. She received her Diploma of Reflexology from the Australian School of Reflexology and Relaxation (ASRR) in 2008 and started in private practice creating Assisting Soles as well as teaching reflexology for 5 years. She moved to Maine in 2014 and continued her reflexology practice. Melanie believes everyone has an amazing ability to heal themselves and given the encouragement and space, everyone can develop their skills to thrive.
Their website is www.riversidehealingcenter.com