Dr. Beverly Goode
Dr. Beverly Goode is osteopathic physician. An osteopath is a physician who is trained and licensed the same as an MD. However, they receive additional training in the manipulation of the spine. Dr. Goode is Board Certified in Family Practice and is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine (ABPS). She has been practicing for over 20 years. Dr. Goode explores patient's symptoms. The cause of illness is investigated and corrected rather than just treating the symptoms. She became interested in the cause of the symptoms after discovering that her severe migraine headaches, muscle and joint pain, female troubles and obesity were the result of food allergies, hormone imbalance and nutrient deficiencies. By changing her diet and taking the correct vitamin supplements and natural hormones, a radical change occurred in her life. She was free of the debilitating pain that plagued her; she was no longer tired all the time; and she became fit. Dr. Goode began helping her patients, utilizing the techniques that she learned to solve her own health problems, and has seen remarkable results.
Dr. Jignasa Sachar
Dr. Jignasa Sachar is a family practice physician with further specialization in functional medicine. She is board certified in the Clinical Science of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. She completed her medical school at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and her residency in family practice at Long Beach Medical Center in Long Beach, New York. She was an attending physician at The Cleveland Clinic from 1999 to 2004 where she was awarded the Best Practice Award for Outstanding Patient Satisfaction. She has been a life-long yoga practitioner, and is a certified yoga instructor. She has a passion for functional medicine, and treats her all patients by integrating the knowledge gained from her multi-disciplinary training.
Corynn M. Haberski (PA-C)
Corynn M. Haberski is a licensed and certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) in the state of North Carolina. In 2013, she was inducted into the Pi Alpha Honor Society for Physician Assistants based on academic achievement, research, and community involvement. Corynn graduated top of her class from Methodist University's Physician Assistant Program and received the Anatomy Award of 2011, Physiology Award of 2011, and Roy Marshall Scholarship for academic excellence. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a Chemistry minor from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During her time at UNC she completed her EMT training and volunteered with South Orange Rescue Squad and was a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a National Co-ed Service Fraternity. In addition to her strong work ethic, Corynn is insightful, compassionate, and committed to empowering patients through the successful management of their health care needs. She evaluates every dimension of the human body when creating a unique approach for healing and wellbeing. Digging through the patient's history, symptoms, and laboratory results, she uncovers the underlining cause of their illness. Her lifelong commitment is to unlock the key to optimal health through natural approaches, nutritional supplements, bio-identical hormones, hormone balancing, diet modification, exercise, and stress reduction.
Shannon Horne, (LMBT# 7673)
Shannon is trained in many types of massage including the following:
Relaxation or Swedish massage
She can also create a special combination of massages depending on the client's needs.