Philosophy of Care

My philosophy of care is influenced by my own professional and personal experiences. I believe in educating families about their choices so that they are able to make decisions that are best for them.

I have a three-tier support and education system with each and every patient.

  1. Proper nutrition is the basis for one’s health or disease and dietary correction should be given first consideration in healing.
  2. Once nutrition is corrected, then consideration of supplements and alternative care, such as chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage can be explored.
  3. Medications and hospital care are sometimes a part of any journey, if necessary to heal disease. I believe hospitals are filled with people that genuinely care about others and want good outcomes for everyone. While I do not hesitate to recommend going to the hospital if that is warranted, I prefer to explore the first two options before this consideration.

I believe babies should go straight into their mothers’ arms at the moment of birth. Birth is a life-changing experience, but having a great birth can be a life-empowering experience.

“Lisa helped make my pregnancy and birth the most powerful experience! “~T.