Integrative Healing at OM Presents Wellness Lecture
Integrative Healing at OM, LLC, will present the wellness lecture: “Authentic Healing for Sustainable Living” on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, from 5 pm to 6:30 pm. The lecture will be held at the WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center, 4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, Florida 34607. The lecture is being presented by Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD.
Integrative Healing at OM Presents Wellness Lecture: “Authentic Healing for Sustainable Living”
Dr. Maria will discuss naturopathic medical care, nutritional counseling, IV nutrition on chelation and pure BioEnergy healing.
For more information and to register go to www.WellComeOMCenter.com or call 352-600-4242.
About the Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD
Dr. Maria is a board-certified physician with a medical degree from New York Medical College and also holds a diploma from Clayton College of Natural Health as a naturopathic medical doctor. She approaches all matters of health in a holistic manner and applies integrative techniques with a strong emphasis on nutrition and lifestyle strategies. Versed and continuously educating herself in the Macrobiotic philosophy, Dr. Maria knows the huge value that these concepts play in true health. She advocates cooking with Macro principles and considers it fundamental to proper balance and wellness. Dr. Maria emphasizes whole patient wellness – taking into consideration the unique physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual state of each patient.
Attached photo: Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD
About Integrative Healing at OM
Integrative Healing at OM, LLC is a Naturopathic Medical practice in Hernando County founded by Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD.
Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh focuses on holistic, proactive prevention, and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Maria combines the wisdom of nature and traditional healing methods with the rigors of modern science to provide comprehensive health care. Her mission is to foster greater awareness and more conscious living, so people can lessen or avoid the chances of illness, and this extends beyond one-on-one interactions with patients.