Wellness Team Grows at Natural Health Services
Jaide Stover, a certified clinical herbalist, yoga therapist and birth doula, is now accepting clients at Natural Health Services, on Milwaukee’s East Side. Stover earned her Advanced Clinical Herbalism diploma from the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine, a program founded in the functional medicine model of health care. Stover will provide clients with herbal medicine and work alongside and in collaboration with Dr. Mary Simon, a naturopathic doctor, and Cassondra Klein, a colon hydrotherapist. Natural Health Services offers a free 10-minute phone consult with Stover to prospective clients to learn how herbal medicine supports health and well-being.
Stover is eager to offer herbal medicine, among other natural therapies, to foster healing. Her clinical interests include gut health, women’s health, fertility perinatology, weight loss, gluten intolerances/sensitivities, allergies and mental health. She is passionate about being a liaison between people and the plant world, and understanding and using the medicines Mother Nature provides.
Location: 1428 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-278-8922 or visit NHS1428.com.
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