Natural Health Services is Now Thrive Holistic Medicine
Natural Health Services, on Farwell Avenue in Milwaukee, is now under new ownership and has a new name: Thrive Holistic Medicine. The new owner, Dr. Mary Simon, says that Thrive Holistic Medicine is the only natural health establishment in the Milwaukee area that offers both naturopathic medicine and colon hydrotherapy. The clinic is rapidly growing and will soon be adding an acupuncturist and other natural healthcare practitioners to their team.
Simon is a naturopathic doctor whose clinical interests include pregnancy, postpartum, pediatrics, depression, anxiety and health optimization. First appointments for naturopathic medicine cost $195 for 90 minutes, and follow-up visits cost $100. Brief 15-minute appointments for acute illnesses such as colds and flu are available for $50. For colonics appointments with Cassondra Klein, the certified colon hydrotherapist, first appointments cost $90, and follow-up visits are $80.
Location: 1428 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-278-8922 or visit ThriveHolisticMed.com.
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