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New Services at Shalva Clinic

Dr. Ellen Lewis

Dr. Ellen Lewis

Shalva Clinic, LLC, a center for natural medicine in Westport, has expanded its services. Tracy Pardo, a certified health coach, recently joined the team and will provide a variety of wellness programs, including free classes on clean eating. Kimberly Davis-Horowitz, ND, who specializes in BowenWork soft-tissue therapy, works with patients with a variety of complaints, including Lyme disease, associated muscle pain and joint dysfunction, TMJ dysfunction and leg cramps.
“The human body has an innate ability to heal itself, and I am thrilled to have like-minded and skilled practitioners such as Dr. Davis-Horowitz and Tracy on the team,” says Ellen Lewis, ND, clinic director at Shalva Clinic.

The clinic offers a range of services, including herbal medicine, hydrotherapy, nutrition therapy, lifestyle counseling, Reiki, biotherapeutic drainage and detox and weight loss programs. Additionally, the clinic offers herbal classes and educational programs on a variety of health topics for community members to learn about natural medicine.

For more information, visit ShalvaClinic.org. Shalva Clinic is located at 260 Riverside Ave, Westport. See ad, page 17.

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