Four New England Anthroposophical Physicians take up the questions: What is the meaning of illness? What is important in medicine? What is medicine? What is healing? What is Anthroposophical Medicine? Why would you seek an anthroposophical physician? What is the patient/doctor partnership?
Dr. Einstein is an Anthroposophic/family medicine doctor practicing in Freeport and Rockport, Maine. After a first career in industrial energy efficiency Dr Einstein began his journey in medicine as a volunteer in several free clinics. As he got more involved in medicine he found himself drawn to both conventional and holistic forms of medicine. He trained as an herbalist at the Blue Otter School and then went on to medical school at Case Western in Cleveland, Ohio. He met his wife there, and both of them came back to New England for residency training at Maine-Dartmouth in Augusta. He completed residency in 2011 and is now board certified in Family Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Anthroposophic medicine. Dr. Einstein’s website is http://holistic-einstein.com
Dr. Kelly Sutton received her Medical Degree from the University of Missouri School of Medicine and pursued training in internal medicine and pediatrics. She received certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and by the board of Anthroposophic Medicine. She has practiced anthroposophic and integrative medicine for over 40 years, and studied botanical oncology with Donnie Yance. She provides preventive medicine for all ages, and consults with families to provide natural treatment options for acute and chronic illness including cancer as a way to prevent future chronic illness. Dr. Sutton’s website is www.raphaelmedicine.com
Dr. Suetta Tenney is an Internal Medicine Specialist in Camden, Maine. She graduated with honors from Tufts University School Of Medicine in 1982. Having more than 39 years of diverse experiences, especially in Internal Medicine, Dr. Suetta Tenney affiliates with Lawrence General Hospital, cooperates with many other doctors and specialists in many medical groups including Genesis Eldercare Physician Services LLC, Gps Physician Group, Pc.
Dr. Christine Young is board certified in Internal Medicine and works as a primary care physician at Kronos Health in Lawrence, MA. She did her residency training at Tufts New England Medical Center and an additional year of fellowship training in cardiology at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. She has participated in the training program for Anthroposophic Medicine. She is interested in how complementary therapies including medicinal plants, homeopathic preparations, and supportive therapies can create and augment opportunities for healing. Dr. Young’s website is https://www.kronoshealth.com
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