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Annette Fombu, DNP, FNP-BC, AFMCP-IFM
Annette Fombu, DNP, FNP-BC, AFMCP-IFM
DNP: Doctor of Nursing Practice
FNP-BC: Family Nurse Practitioner, Board certified (Maryland)
AFMCP- IFM: Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice
Holistic and Natural Health Care Nurse

Holistic Natural Health and Bodywork Services

Natural Health Exam: This exam is a comprehensive study of the human body using observation skills from the Orient and Europe. It is a preventative approach focusing on organ system efficiency and cleansing. For each client the exam consists of a combination of alternative modalities; Iridology, Tongue analysis, Facial Observation, Pulse analysis, a Japanese Hara technique. Remedy testing, and Natural Treatment plan recommendations. $175.00

Lymphatic Drainage Manual Therapy - Lymphatic drainage manual therapy massage is a specialized body work technique that applies repetitive pressure at lymph node sites and a stroking technique along lymph vessels that stimulates the movement of lymph fluid. This therapy assists with post surgical swelling and inflammation due to numerous heath complaints such as sinusitis, arthritis, gastritis, back pain, neck pain and more. $105.00

Dry Needle Neural Therapy - Dry Neural Therapy is a technique that provides pain relief and aids in return of function and mobility. It is performed by medically trained licensed health care professionals such as nurses and doctors. These professionals are instructed initially with their formal education and have added additional training in order to perform Neural Therapy. It originated with Dr. Huneke in the 1930ís during his consolidation of knowledge on the Autonomic Nervous System. This therapy works on the autonomic ganglia (nerve groups controlling internal organs), peripheral nerves (nerves controlling the extremities, such as arms and legs), scars, glands, acupressure points, trigger points, and segmental points (nerve points controlling segments of the body). Dry Needle Neural Therapy applies pressure with fingers and then insertion of small hypodermic needles. $105

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