Michele is a seasoned, comprehensive, and compassionate nurse practitioner who believes in the strength of her relationships with her patients. She truly resonates with the core principle of this practice – “We’ve found a better way”: a better way to provide excellent care (even in our deteriorating state of health care), a better way to [...]
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Lauren Hefferan is a registered nurse and certified Whole Health Educator / Coach who supports patients with Lyme disease, diabetes, cancer and other chronic health conditions to gain back their personal health. Lauren’s particular passion for patients with tick borne illnesses comes from her personal experience with Lyme, Babesia and Bartonella and her own struggle [...]
Physician Assistant Lorelee Scipione has extensive experience in treating a wide variety of health concerns with a strong interest in women’s health care, nutrition and aesthetic dermatology. Her integrative approach incorporates optimal nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction with enhancement of not only outer beauty, but inner health and beauty as well. Lorelee believes that healthcare [...]
Dr. Mark Su, MD was born to hard-working parents who immigrated from China and Taiwan and embody the spirit of sacrifice and service to others. He was raised in Indiana with mid-western values such as humility, honesty, integrity, and treating others as you want to be treated. Dr. Su was Valedictorian of his high school [...]
Supplements Dr. Mark’s daily (left) and weekly (right) supplements! They include Methyl B12 (for the MTHFR genetic defect), TheraCurcumin (potent anti-inflammatory), high dose fish oil, carnitine (for energy), magnesium, probiotics, vitamin D, and more!
Under The Monkey Bars (This post is replicated from the blog site, www.UnderTheMonkeyBars.com, where Dr. Su was invited to be a guest blogger on March 25, 2015.) Hi – my name is Mark Su. I’m a family medicine physician in Newburyport, Massachusetts, where I reside with my family. Christine has invited me as [...]
“If Slow Is Good For Food, Why Not Medicine?” One of our patients forwarded me a link today, from an NPR blog. (or paste this link – http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2014/12/05/368736643/if-slow-is-good-for-food-why-not-medicine?sc=ipad&f=1001) I’ll let the article’s text speak for itself, but suffice it to say, I found this perspective insightful, and reflective of the values upon which [...]
A Dramatic Shift In Healthcare Sometimes, statistics and data can be very insightful. Recently, one of our patients posted an interesting graph on his Facebook page reflecting one such example: While this graph compares a whole century of evolution in medical care, encompassing a multitude of factors, most notably the discovery of [...]