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Dr. Heather Wilde is the founder, and visionary behind Naturopathic MD. It is her goal to offer access to high quality medical wellness plans to everyone. Dr. Wilde is Ivy League educated, an accomplished diagnostician and elite practitioner. She is an Elite Results Coach and Master Practitioner of NLP and Hypnosis. Medical providers are often urged to specialize, to “corner a market” or set themselves up as an “expert”. Dr. Wilde taught Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology and Pharmacology for Nurse Practitioners. She is an expert in uncovering the root cause of health problems using scientific laboratory studies. She then designs elegant and effective personalized programs.
Her practice now concentrates on optimizing lifestyle elements – sleep, stress management, exercise, diet, supplementation, mindset and detoxification.
Unconscious patterns formed in childhood form barriers to our optimal life and wellness. You may know you need to take your supplements, or go to bed earlier, and yet you don’t. Dr. Wilde has become a master practitioner of NLP, Coaching, and Hypnosis. She can reprogram the unconscious and unlock her client’s ultimate potential.
She is an educator, author, speaker, naturalist, traveler and host of “The Bad Girls’ Guide to Living Well“. Her colleagues call her a “naturopathic renegade”, and “eclectic physician”. One of her enemies gave her the best compliment she ever received: that she is “80% magic, and 20% woman”. Dr. Wilde has circumnavigated the planet with a backpack, hiked the Grand Canyon nine times, sailed down the Nile, and meditated in the queen’s chamber of the great pyramid, twice. She currently travels internationally with different business groups as a wellness consultant and medical advocate and was in Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala in 2020. She loves adventure, great conversations, transformative relationships, traveling, reading, puzzles, children, animals, and nature. It is her philosophy that the further our culture gets from nature, the the sicker we become.
Dr. Jesika DiCampli strives to provide personalized, comprehensive, holistic healthcare, in a friendly, relaxed environment. As an educator and advocate for her patients, her goal is to improve their health, and allow them the confidence to achieve and maintain their medical goals.
She has a passion for pediatric medicine, women’s health, and hormone balancing. As a Certified Professional Midwife, she specializes in childbirth and pregnancy supporting women by offering services that reflect a natural pregnancy and birth model.
Dr. DiCampli has also had a private practice in Arizona for 15 years. She is a proponent for community medicine and has acted as site supervisor at a domestic violence shelter overseeing student rotations for several years.
Dr. Jody Krukowski (a.k.a Dr K) is a licensed Naturopath and a graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
Dr Krukowski is the owner of the Avena Naturopathic Center for Well-being, LLC in Kansas City, Missouri. She spent 8 years seeing patients at the University of Kansas Medical Center in the Department of Integrative Medicine. Dr Krukowski practices holistic family medicine with an extensive background in mental health disorders and cardiology. She has been an active member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians since 2002 as well as a member of the Kansas Naturopathic Physicians Association. She is dedicated to advancing the future of naturopathic medicine and the education of future naturopathic physicians as evidenced by being awarded for her contributions to the Field Observation Program at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine for Summer 2014.
On a personal note, Dr Krukowski enjoys practicing ballet and yoga, charcoal drawing, healthy cooking and baking as well as spending time with her family and two dogs.
Deeply impacted by cancer and other serious illnesses in his family, Dr. Eric Schoen was introduced to the world of holistic and integrative medicine by necessity and made it his mission to bridge the gap between conventional and traditional medicines. After graduating with his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University, he worked under the esteemed mentorship of Dr. Paul Anderson (Author of Outside the Box Cancer Therapies and Cancer: The Journey from Diagnosis to Empowerment) and Dr Nasha Winters (Author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer) where he oversaw thousands of treatments for the chronically ill utilizing nutrient therapies, intravenous therapies, hyperbaric medicine, photodynamic therapies, mild hyperthermia, and many other modalities. Primarily working with chronic infections, cancer, and neurological disorders.
His specialties include cancers of all types, neurological disorders, low carbohydrate cardiology, and supplementology. He has a personal interest in athletic performance and using advanced therapeutics in the science of fitness and recovery. His favorite pastimes are exercising and cooking. Ask him about Asian cuisine — which he eats at almost every meal.
Dr. Anna Kate Cascio is a Naturopathic Physician educated at SCNM in Tempe, AZ. She attended the Edgar Cayce institute for massage therapy, and her undergraduate degree is from Kenyon College in Ohio. As we have all been home with the COVID lockdowns, her practice has deepened into addressing the immediate surroundings as though they were a part of the “Mind” “Body” and “Spirit” and the role the home and office environment play as integral parts of health. She has shifted her practice to include advanced studies in Feng Shui and how it relates to optimal health and holistic wellness.
Her ideal client is highly motivated to increase their overall wellness in a holistic manner. She also does a lot of prevention in regards to avoiding chronic diseases that run in families.
Dr Sarah Paton is a Naturopathic doctor in private practice in Portland, Maine. She is a sought-after specialist in homeopathic treatment of mental, emotional and neurological conditions. She is one of the few NDs in the US who have developed curriculum and taught Naturopathic medicine and homeopathy at the undergraduate level. Dr Paton is Past President of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She travels extensively for hydrotherapy research and enjoyment and is available for presentations of a wide variety of topics including lifestyle design, creating a healing sanatorium at home, water therapy and ritual bathing.
Chris Sprague is a personal trainer living and working in Newport Beach, CA. Growing up in Irvine, he played baseball and soccer before making the switch to football. Chris went on to play football as a punter and kicker at Pasadena City College before being awarded a full ride to Duke University. After playing at Duke, Chris continued to pursue an NFL career as a punter and kicker with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Seattle Seahawks.
Throughout his athletic career, injuries and overtraining were preventing him from reaching his potential so he turned his attention to finding better training methods, which led him into training. He found joy and inspiration in coaching and for the last 11 years Chris has been helping athletes, executives, and people of all ages and capabilities. He strives to be an example for others while providing them with specific information, tailored to to help them with whatever their goals may be.
To condense what I do for a living would be to call myself a “neuromuscular apothecary,” for my therapeutic massage practice splices physical rehabilitation with the application of essential oils and aromatherapy. By bridging the therapeutic touch world with the aromatherapy world, my aim is to provide an arena for greater personal healing to occur. In 2015, while practicing neuromuscular massage, I began to wonder if it were possible to merge my anatomical knowledge with the aromatic healing elements of essential oils so that I could further the benefits my patients received. Already from my own personal experience I had encountered powerful back pain relief from the use of frankincense and rose extracts. Since the emergence of aromatherapy in my practice, I continue to be grateful to serve others beyond the muscular realm and offer additional support through the value of plant-based medicine.
Since I began using therapeutic grade essential oils with patients, I have witnessed profound healing occur. When used as they are intended, pure, potently sourced essential oils are powerful anecdotes to pain. For 22 years I have worked in the therapeutic realm, with athletes (both amateurs and professionals), mothers, fathers, truck drivers, pregnant women, babies, children, trauma victims, geriatric patients, those recovering from surgery, etc., and I have learned that there are many facets to what heals us towards becoming whole again. Physical pain can ripple out quite far from a knee injury we initially suffered from, as can the muscular exhaustion we feel from driving long distances with a partially recovered knee. Alongside physical injuries are the emotional strains that attach themselves to the experiences. There is anxiety, dismay, frustration, fear, loneliness, anger, worry, bitterness, exhaustion, weakness… All of these emotions, and many more emotions than listed, are connected to our physical injuries; they exist like ornaments hanging from a tree and accompany the physical body. The tree is often what is seen first: “Sam, I see that you’ve torn your ACL.” Sam’s limping makes it obvious that he is injured, yet the dangling additions to Sam’s hurt knee include financial stress, loss of movement, boredom, anger at the body part, resentment at the rehab process, etc. It is clear that Sam’s torn ACL affects so much more than just the inconvenience of a bum knee.
This is where the effectiveness of essential oils has nearly rendered me speechless. They not only soothe acute and chronic physical pain, they often ease the emotional storm that accompanies an injury. While Sam is reeling from the pain of a torn ACL, essential oils like Peppermint, Cypress, Copaiba and Blue Tansy can address the stodginess and inflammation he is experiencing. They will ease the tension and inflammation felt in the body on so many levels. Let me be even more clear: essential oils can be used topically (transdermally through the skin), internally (through the digestive system), and aromatically (breathed in through the nose) to shift the baseline of the patient’s emotional state while they are interfacing with their physical pain. This total body (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual) care is AMAZING to say the least. Should Sam use essential oils to address his injury not only while in my treatment office, for instance, but also throughout the days in between his office visits, he will find that his physical recovery is faster and his overall psyche is mended as well. Essential oils can provide substantial relief and stabilization when a person such as Sam experiences pain, and they do so without the grogginess and addictive properties that many other pain medications create. At the end of his therapy, Sam finds that he is renewed and relieved, not numb and addicted.
Moving on from Sam…
What conditions are essential oils effective in treating? Any and every condition I can think of… arthritis, gas pain, gout, shingles, anorexia, hair loss, fungus, yeast, loneliness,strains, sprains, depression, weight gain, immune disorders, irritability, headaches, migraines, Bells Palsy, brain fog, stye, bladder infections, back pain, swelling, diabetes, bed-wetting, ADHD, low self-esteem, restless leg, TMJ pain, indigestion, anxiety, etc. The list goes on and on…
These are the 3 main reasons I use essential oils:
1/ I like being in charge of my health, and choose nature as medicine first before reaching for a lab-made substance.
2/ I care about sourcing pure plant-based medicine. –> The following reasons are why I have chosen Doterra as a supplier. (Doterra’s oils are very potent, standards are beyond “organic” in their qualifications, Fair Trade practices, plants/trees/flowers are only grown and harvested in native environments.)
3/ They are safer, more effective and cheaper overall than pharmaceuticals. (BTW, Doterra is the only essential oil company to receive FDA approval as of September 2021, which is amazing in an unregulated industry. Also, as of 2021, Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt have rated Doterra’s oils as “Pharmaceutical Grade.” )
Anna is a nomadic yogi, life alignment coach, retreat host. Her work is strongly influenced by her training in the lineages of Ayurvedic Medicine and Tantra. Anna’s greatest superpower is her ability to intuitively guide others in breaking free from cultural programming and limitations. Her key message centers around processing grief, shadow exploration, personal evolution, flow state dynamics, and creating a life by design. Her mission is to support women in coming home to themselves by connecting their hearts to a deeper sense of self-trust, the space she believes to be the origin of all possibilities.
“Layla is a 200 RYT yoga teacher, energy healer, & mental-emotional wellness coach. She aims to help you release anxiety & mental suffering in service your health and freedom. Layla’s five years of research & experience show that no matter how many diet and exercise programs, hours of meditation, or self-improvement you partake in, you will only see true health when you cultivate a relationship with your mind & heart.
She says, “my healing journey came to the forefront after experiencing a motor vehicle accident that left me feeling debilitated and frustrated; not sure what to do with the anxiety or physical pain I felt. Through this, I discovered the power of meditation and principles of energetics such as chakra clearing and masculine-feminine energy balance. To complement this, I studied & practiced the psychology and energetics of healing chronic anxiety and depression via shadow work; the clearing of denied or suppressed emotions in service of releasing mental suffering.”
Layla’s approach teaches you how to befriend your body & emotions, treating them as sacred allies, not as enemies. The body is wise. It speaks a language that’s been forgotten in a society driven by logic. Through a combination of mental-emotional wellness coaching, yoga movement, breathwork, & feminine-masculine energy healing, Layla helps you create a deeper relationship with yourself and your loved ones. The practices Layla teaches are meant to nourish your emotional and spiritual bodies every day, just like you would nourish your physical body with food and exercise. Health is not a quick fix. It’s a mind-body-spirit state of connection.”