Wallyhood is happy to welcome a new sponsor, one close to home:
Dr. Deborah Epstein is a naturopathic doctor practicing right here in Wallingford. While she practices holistically, people often initially begin care for one of her specialties – helping patients get relief from:
IBS/Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Dr. Epstein’s foundational approach begins with nutrition and lifestyle upgrades, to help correct the underlying imbalances that can be unwittingly created by living in the modern world. Dr. Epstein is especially well known for her deep listening; her flexible appointment times offer patients the amount of time they really need to be heard and cared for.
In the words of a patient:
“I don’t remember how I found out about Dr. Epstein, but I know that I was exasperated and at the end of my rope with my IBS issues. I had been to countless M.D.s and the result was always the same, prescription medication that DIDN’T work. I made an appointment with her hoping that at least, I’d have some sort of minor improvement. After the first visit, I felt so at ease and so confident with her knowledge and ability as a practitioner – I even remember her telling me that in a year’s time, she was sure I’d be back to “normal,” and that she sees patients like me heal all the time! It’s been almost two years (wow!) and I continue to see her regularly. Not only has she helped me with my IBS (which is completely gone and I AM back to “normal!”), but she has helped with my adult acne, irregular menstrual cycles, energy levels and overall mental stability and well-being. I can’t sing her praises high enough. Love her!” ~Jill B.
To find out more about whether you and Dr. Epstein would be a good fit to work together, please visit www.lumina-health.com.
And I’d like to add my own and Mrs. Wallyhood’s testimonials to Jill B.’s. We’ve both consulted with Dr. Epstein on various issues and have been very impressed with her thoughtfulness, attention and understanding of complexity of the human body, including food allergies and the whole set of things that happens between “food goes in” and “food goes out”.
Sure, it’s nice to be able to walk to your doctor, and there’s a ease and comfort to her homey office, but ultimately what matters is: does she heals what ails you? And she does. I know there’s all sortsa conflict of interest, because this is a sponsorship, so take it with whatever grain of salt makes you comfortable, but she’s got our thumbs up.