Zuza’s Way Integrative Care Offers Transformational Healing Talk
At 7 p.m. on November 6, Dagmara Beine of Zuza’s Way Integrative Care will lead an informative session, Shifting to Heal, at Good Harvest Market, in Pewaukee. Geared toward people who are “sick of being sick”, the talk will guide people to make needed changes in their lives in order to heal from illness. Beine is a master’s-degree-level physician’s assistant practicing functional and integrative medicine.
Beine is also currently accepting two patients for her new and transformational one-on-one private mentoring. The in-depth sessions include a thorough examination of a patient’s health history; a full mental, emotional, physical and spiritual assessment; and the creation of a plan to fully support the patient as he or she moves toward healing. The sessions allow Beine to create personalized treatment plans designed to empower her patients so that they always feel in control of their health and their life.
“Each patient’s journey is different and has different needs,” says Beine. “A personalized treatment plan encompasses every aspect of the patient’s health, from laboratory testing and a physical exam, to teaching physical movement and how to shop at the grocery store.”
Shifting to Heal talk location: 2205 Silvernail Rd., Pewaukee. Zuza’s Way, located in downtown Waukesha, can be contacted by calling 262-312-9098, emailing ZuzasWay@gmail.com or visiting Zuzasway.com and Facebook.com/Zuzasway.
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