Boosting your natural immune system and staying healthy during COVID-19 pandemic will be the topic
WIth the Delta strain of COVID-19 having caused the largest number of cases and sickness in the current pandemic, three local healthcare providers are holding their 4th Well Washington information presentation. The gathering is this Saturday at the Emmanuel Baptist Church. They will offer information on wellness — how to boost your body’s immune system to stay healthy.
The three healthcare providers will discuss treating spike protein related illness, avoiding hospitals by staying healthy, natural immune support, and how to advocate for yourself as a patient. The planned 2-hour gathering begins at 2 p.m.
Rob Anderson is helping promote the event. “This event is about health options and best practices to prevent sickness or help with treatment to stay healthy,” he said.
“These “grassroots health workshops” are about empowering people to care for themselves,” said Palmer Davis, the event organizer. “They’ve had a really positive response. People are tired of being lied to and bullied as patients by the same healthcare corporations that bullied and laid off hundreds of Clark County employees recently.”
Doctor Anaheed Jackson is a naturopathic physician who specializes in homeopathic medicine. She grew up in Colorado and graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland. In her first year of medical school, she was introduced to the subject of homeopathy and instantly knew her calling was to be a homeopath and a life-long student of this medicine. She practices at Healthy Roots Clinic in Clark County.
Doctor Dani Locwood is an Oregon licensed primary care physician as well as a licensed acupuncturist. While her status as a Doctor does give her full prescriptive rights, she prefers to use more gentle, natural techniques when possible. She attended USC School of Dentistry for her undergraduate degree and the National University of Natural Medicine for her doctorate.
Scott Miller is a Physician’s Assistant, working as a Pediatrician working at the Miller Family Pediatrics in the Camas and Washougal area. The Millers have dedicated their lives to bringing wellness to the families in their community. Helping children and parents thrive is the goal and the motivation that leads and supports their practice. Miller has been a leader in helping local citizens find options for dealing with the current pandemic and encouraging boosting one’s immune system.
There is a suggested $10 donation at the door. Emmanuel Baptist Church is located at 14810 NE 28 St., Vancouver.