Meet our Whole-Listic Practitioners
The team has grown quite organically and offers a wide range of expertise and knowledge. Many of us have worked within nursing, social care and within the community sector. We pride ourselves in delivering a professional but approachable service, breaking down barriers within the world of complementary therapies.
Our practitioners use Holistic approaches to their treatments, guided by an understanding that many factors influence our health - physical, psychological, social and emotional.
* Insurance only cover Chiropractic and Physiotherapy
Dr. Stéphane Provencher
PhD, DC, IMD, DNM, PScD, FIM, FICS, FAM, FHH, BCAMP, BCHHP, CHC, CLPHC, CFMP®, CKTP, CBT, REBT, NLP
Dr. Stéphane is a recognized chiropractic, integrative medicine and holistic physician. He is a former functional neuroanatomy research and chiropractic researcher. He is a publish best seller author and instructor/speaker.
Dr Stéphane is a genius of the human body, understanding the Whole "U" i.e. the physical, mental, spiritual, emotional and subconscious aspects.
Insurance In-Network: Anthem, BCBS, Carefirst, Medicare, Liberty healthshare
Insurance OUT-of NETWORK: Anthem HealthKeppers, Cigna, United HealthCare, Aetna, UMR, Multi-Plan, Optum
Rose Ferguson, C. Ht., EFT
Rose is a proud graduate of HMI College of Hypnotherapy. Rose is also an EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Practitioner and a Reiki Master.
Rose enjoys supporting families from pregnancy and childbirth, to homework and SATs. She loves working with children and teens, as well as their parents, to create less stress and more freedom in life. Kids love hypnosis and find it very helpful for concentration and focus in school, emotional distress, and public speaking.
Joanna Krasko LMT
My love for yoga with a holistic mind set and a personal training background all led me to massage therapy. I’m a fixer. I was frustrated with my own body dysfunctions, aches and compensation patterns. I wanted to resolve these issues myself. I wanted to know what are my pains? Why are they there? Why can’t I touch my toes in a forward bend? Since, I have changed myself to work out for a more functional useful body to work properly and flexibly.