ABOUT OUR PRACTICE:
At Wholistic Telehealth, we believe that the body has a remarkable healing capacity when given the proper foundation. We use natural methods of healing along with traditional medicine to return our patients to their natural, vibrant selves. Our approach to medicine and healing includes a diet with the proper level of healing nutrients, vitamins, minerals and herbs tailored to strengthen the individual’s immune system.
We believe that the human body is well designed and the immune system, when given the proper support, can optimally function.
OUR MISSION: We are dedicated to raising the level of awareness of the choices available in natural healing.
ABOUT SUSAN GILLISPIE, NP
Susan is a Family Nurse Practitioner that specializes in holistic health (by disease prevention) through diet and nutrition.
Susan received her Master's Degree in Nursing at Georgetown University, her Bachelors in Nursing at the University of Portland and her Bachelor's Degree in Botany from Eastern Oregon State University.
Susan's Approach to Health: I work closely with you to find nutritional deficiencies via telemedicine (virtual visits via phone or video chat). Together, we define your health goals and ways to achieve your optimum health.
I believe in the holistic philosophy that the body has an inherent ability to establish, maintain and restore health. There is a healing power of nature and it is important to treat the whole person and not just symptoms.
Through lifestyle changes, supplementation and diet, I help you achieve your optimum health. I also believe that prevention is the best cure and "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
I look forward to working with you on your journey to optimum health!
Note: I do not prescribe any narcotic medications or diazepam medications.
SUSAN GILLISPIE, NP
ABOUT DR. THOMASINA ANDERSON-SHARPE
Dr. Thomasina H Anderson-Sharpe is a Family Medicine Specialist who practices family medicine in Bay Minette, Alabama. She graduated with honors from the University Of South Alabama College Of Medicine in 1992. She completed a rural family medicine residency at Bristol Family Medicine/ETSU in the hills of Appalachian. While there she was exposed to a range of nontraditional and traditional medicine including herbal, homeopathic, holistic, allopathic, and osteopathic medicine.
After having more than 28 years of diverse experiences, including a childhood spent in Okinawa, Japan, she has developed an interest in alternative medicine and its applications for mental health and pain management, especially in family medicine. She follows a daily practice of wellness which includes yoga, meditation, and vegetarianism for over 27 years.
DR. THOMASINA ANDERSON-SHARPE