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Adirondack Healing Circle announced

December 3, 2011
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

LAKE?PLACID?- Holistic physician and acupuncturist Dr. Karen Kan has announced the formation of a group called the Adirondack Healing Circle, which currently consists of four healing practitioners including Dr. Kan.

The mission of the new group is to educate and empower the local community on prevention and optimal health through natural and energetic healing modalities. Dr. Kan specializes in treating chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, a condition she once suffered from.

One of the members of the group is experienced massage therapist and cranial sacral therapist, Marie McMahon, LMT, who specializes in integrating intuitive guidance with her soft-tissue work. She is particularly adept at treating clients with head injuries and tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

Another member of the group is Deanna Courtney, whose training began after her son's psoriasis was cured using natural remedies, specializes in wellness education and is the only Practitioner of Electro Dermal Screening (E.D.S.) in the Adirondacks which uses a computerized biofeedback device that measures all organs and systems. Her particular area of interest is working with children with ADHD, Autism, allergies and asthma and digestive issues.

Andrea Villiere is the fourth member of the Adirondack Healing Circle and she is a certified Reconnective Healer. Reconnective healing is a form of spiritual healing for people looking for spiritual awakening or a more connected sense of their life's purpose. She also specializes in helping children with special needs.

The Adirondack Healing Circle practitioners are available to see clients/patients in Dr. Kan's office at the Crestview Plaza in Lake Placid.

Call 518-524-8188 or go to www.adkhealingcircle.com for more information.

 
 

 

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