It's just around the corner, and I don't know about you but nothing makes me sadder to see the summer end, the days get shorter and the dreaded Cold and Flu season
A few tips to help you survive it all until next spring ....
Sleep: Sounds simple right but its amazingly complex when you realize all the things your body does every night...hormones are released...tissue growth and repair..
Home: Optimize your environment, including mold exposure, toxic chemicals and “noxious energies” electronics including phones, computers, tv's (especially in your sleeping space).
Exercise: This is very important to stimulate overalll health and wellness. So move your body every day even if its just a walk around the block. Exercise improves immune function lymph flow and natural detoxification.
Diet: We all are unique finding the best diet for you, free of food allergies and of course limiting processed, GMO, and high sugar foods is a step in the right direction. Learning optimal ways to prepare you food to maximize the nutrition can be helpful too.
Hydration: Optimal water intake, and its quality is a very important part of the lifestyles changes.
Mind-Body: Stress management, mindfulness/meditation, prayer, Traditional Chinese Medicine practices of Ti Chi and Qi Gong are some of the positive therapies that are very helpful
Nutritional Support -A few of the "must have's for winter" actual dosage depends on weight, age and nutritional status.
Vitamin C: Ascorbic acid
Vitamin A from Fish oil
Probiotics 20-50 billion live unit
Just because it's winter it doesn't mean you can let your guard down when it comes to checking yourself for ticks after outside activities. Last year we had a young lady come in January with a tick attached last while I was in DC so you know here on the shore we have more wild life and outdoor activities so be diligent if your an athlete..a spectator or a hunter.
Are you interested in a taking steps to live a more natural and healthy lifestyle. It can be much easier than you think ..
We will be setting up a series of Healthy Lifestyle Classes, including healthy cooking and baking for holidays .. Holistic Family Support Group....Let us know if there are other topics your interested in learning about, email [email protected]
We are excited to announce that our new location is:
210 East Front Street
Laurel, Delaware 19956
phone 302- 581-0158 FAX: 302-258-0828
EMAIL: [email protected]
Identifying your specific problem in a thorough and scientific manner. Through the collaboration of doctors, research scientists, therapists and other specialists.
Every year an increasing number of children and adults are diagnosed with new illnesses. These include allergies, ADD/ADHD, behavior disorders, asthma, stomach problems, geriatric concerns, autoimmune problems, PDD, PMS, stress, hormonal imbalances, depression, Insect borne illnesses and more.
Our society is changing rapidly and medical science is constantly challenged to reevaluate and keep up and integrate new practices. The medical information gained by leading scientists has provided the undeniable evidence that imbalances of important vitamins, minerals, amino acids, certain chemicals, and infections play a direct role in our health.
There is little doubt that diet, genetics, and environmental factors contribute to the growing numbers of chronically sick children and adults.
At Midatlantic we are dedicated to providing Community Education, Nutritional Counseling, Biomedical Testing, and other complementary health care services by integrating all necessary conventional, traditional, alternative and complementary medical treatments, we restore the essential balance and help you reestablish your health and vitality.
Tai Chi for Arthritis
Yoga and Meditation
Holistic Family Support Group, nothing is more intimidating than a new baby so if its your 1st or 5th if your interested in Holistic Family Support we would like to grow a local holistic family support as well as online / live support meetings. Email us at [email protected]
Wayne Bonlie M.D.
Wayne Bonlie M.D.
Dr. Bonlie trained as a family doctor. He has taken that specialty and focused it in Integrative Medicine. Dr. Bonlie is passionate about blending the best care available from multiple sources. He works to see the whole person to find the underlying imbalances that generate the symptoms / disease that surface . There have been a lot of steps along the way leading Wayne to his Integrative Medicine practice. He was raised in British Columbia with parents who were extremely health conscious. From a young age Wayne was extremely interested in science and how things worked. He went to college in Washington State and finished a graduate degree in Physiology and his medical degree at Loma Linda University in California. He had his first major shift after reading “Love, Medicine and Miracles” by Bernie Segal at the end of his first year of med school. This book lead Wayne to exploration in meditation, mind-body connection and a new way of viewing the world.
After residency,where he was chief resident, he ran a solo family practice clinic for nine years in Hoquiam, a small town at the base of the Olympic Peninsula. During that time he was medical director of the local hospice program and served a year as Medical Chief of Staff for a 99 bed hospital serving the needs of the county. During the difficult birth experience of their first daughter, Wayne and Cherry-Lee were introduced to Healing Touch therapy by an RN at the hospital’s special care nursery. This opened Wayne to energy medicine and led to further classes, workshops and experiences.
In 2004 Wayne accepted a position as Director of Research for a company developing a magnetic therapy device. This brought him and his family to the East Coast and allowed him to start seeing clients with an alternative and holistic focus – now his full time work. Attending many classes and seminars on Integrative Medicine he continues to learn daily about new therapies and health research. He finds great satisfaction in helping people find personal solutions to their health puzzles.
His interest is in helping patients find natural and alternative health practices that will complement and enhance their health and well-being, while still utilizing the best aspects of conventional medicine where appropriate.
Each person is unique, and conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and bioidentical hormone replacement requires unique care. Dr. Bonlie will work with you to tailor a regimen that will work for you and your personal health. He will take the time to really listen to you and allow you to really have a conversation about your health and time to have your questions answered.
Dr. Bonlie’s areas of special interest:
Debbie McCabe, Naturopath
Director of Family Wellness &
Specialty: Wellness, Mystery Illness
Practice Philosophy: Debbie approaches health care & wellness from a “whole body” perspective. We are as unique as our fingerprints & no single diet, medication or protocol works for all people. Our Wellness Plans factor genetic & other vital information for individuals.
Supporting integrative modalities from
Associations including : American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM), American Holistic Medical Association, International College of Integrative Medicine (ICIM), International Association of Integrative Medicine (IAIM)
Debbie’s background includes 25 years of training in traditional, herbal, homeopathic and integrative medical settings. Studying and working in nutrition, herbal medicine and other CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) therapies. In 2005 she left a traditional urgent care center to open the first “green” Wellness Center on the Eastern Shore in order to devote full time her attention to Integrative Health and Wellness. To stay abreast of the ever changing medical environment Debbie attends continuing education conferences and workshops though the American College for the Advancement of Medicine, ILADS, Klinghart etc. With research and cutting edge modalities she takes the time to explain the “how and why” of many current health conditions and empowers patients to become a partner in wellness taking control of their health. Debbie was invited to participant in the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Critical Needs and Gaps in Understanding Prevention, Amelioration, and Resolution of Lyme and Other Insect Borne Diseases and the The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Integrative Medicine and Health Summit. As a knowledgeable practitioner, educator & speaker on the subject of Insect Borne Illness she presented at Supervisor Herrity’s Fairfax County’s Town Hall Meetings for the state of Virginia as well as Monkton, Maryland’s Lyme Disease Seminar and numerous other groups. She has provided continuing education material for Medical professionals at the ILADS conference National Harbor.
As a mom she understands the impact a sick child / family member has on a family & her goal as an integrative practitioner is to empower parents to take charge of their family’s health and well-being.
Recognizing that many of today’s health issues are multi-system disorders affecting gastrointestinal, immunological & neurological problems, which may be triggered by our increasingly toxic environment. Teaching all people how to make healthy diet & “lifestyle changes” & encourage long term wellness her goal.
Debbie is one of the the few in this field working with under privileged and military families donating her time and providing health care & wellness education & was recognized on Sept 10th, 2011 after being nominated and made “Dame”of the Royal Order of Knights and Dames of OSCM at the Army Navy Club in Washington, D.C. for her charitable work.In addition to her practice and raising 4 children, she is an active member of her community serving on St. Francis School Board for 6 years. She started 1st non-profit sports program for "at risk" children back in 2000.