I ask my patients to look beyond the symptoms and consider what may be causing these issues in the context of their emotions. Are their legs trying to tell them something? Where are they experiencing emotional restlessness in their lives? It is important to take a step back and take an honest look at the bigger picture of inner well-being. It’s amazing what we can discover when we think about changes we need to make in our daily lives that may be contributing to physical symptoms from stress, or other emotional variables.
When we work with our body naturally, we can utilize safe and effective techniques such as nutritional supplementation to help correct some of the imbalances. Conditions like restless legs syndrome can significantly interrupt daily life, but we can work to figure out what our body needs, and provide that in a course of treatment. When we use our body’s own wisdom to heal, we can rest more than our legs, we can rest our minds and our spirits. And that is definitely worth the effort.”
Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN and Pediatric NP grew up in Australia, surrounded by aboriginal cave drawings, healthy home-cooked meals, sunshine and beautiful crystal water. It was there that she gained an appreciation for the healing power of nature, whole foods, and positive thinking.
After earning a BS in Nursing from the University of New Hampshire School of Nursing, a BA in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire, and her MS in Nursing from Boston College–Harvard Medical School, Marcelle went on to co-found the world-renowned Women to Women Clinic in Yarmouth, Maine, with a vision to change the way in which women’s health care is delivered. In her practice, Marcelle undertakes an integrative approach that not only treats illness, but also helps women make choices to prevent disease. She has successfully worked with thousands of women to help them create wellness in their lives. http://www.marcellepick.com