Acupuncture treats acute and chronic pain (musculoskeletal disorders), insomnia, digestive concerns, depression/anxiety, menstrual irregularities, allergies, headaches, fatigue, sciatica, and more.
“To help a patient achieve optimal health, I view the body as a whole (physical, social, environmental, spiritual, emotional),” according to Boyd. “I tailor treatments to the individual with consideration to the above.”
Boyd earned her acupuncture degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, Racine. She is also an experienced massage therapist.
Billie Jo is interested in the treatment of orthopedic and sports-related injuries in patients of all ages. She also helps provide athletic training services to all area high schools.
Terra graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a Master of Science in Education. Terra is a Nationally Certified Counselor as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Wisconsin. Terra provides services to individuals, couples, families, and groups struggling with a variety of mental health issues. Terra has previously conducted individual therapy and group work with offenders in need of special mental health and behavioral treatment.
Gina provides orthopedic and neurological care to patients of all ages. She has special interest in working with patients who have had surgeries involving the hip, knee and shoulder.
420 E. Division Street
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
"I strive to provide the best possible eye care for everyone. I take protecting and preserving my patient's vision very seriously. I really enjoy getting to know my patients and value the lifelong friendships I have developed with them through the years. I look forward to continuing to meet my patient's needs on a very personalized basis for many years to come."
Dr. Brown specializes in function and disorders of the eye, detection of eye disease and some types of eye disease management. An optometrist conducts eye examinations, prescribes corrective contact lenses and glasses, and diagnoses and treats eye diseases and disorders.
“I listen to my patients so I can deliver the most appropriate care to them,” says Dr. Brown. “It’s important to me that my patients feel as though their concerns are heard and that we care about their overall well-being.”
Anne has a Masters Degree in Social Work from The University of Iowa. She provides therapy for adults, couples, teens, families and groups that struggle with a variety of mental health issues. Her specialties include depression, anxiety, grief and loss, marital therapy and education, and family therapy. She also has a certificate in Mental Health and the Older Adult from UW-Madison.
Abby provides adult patients with individual therapy specializing in the areas of trauma, loss, transitions in life, mood concerns, anxiety disturbances, relationship difficulties, clarification of life goals, and self-esteem. She assists each person in identifying his or her own strengths and how to nurture and harness these strengths to meet the unique goals of the patient. As a team, patient and therapist will develop a plan to meet the patient’s goals.