Wild Lily Holistic Health

Disease is solely and purely corrective; it is neither vindictive nor cruel, but it is the means adopted by our own souls to point out to us our faults, to prevent our making greater errors, to hinder us from doing more harm, and to bring us back to the path of Truth and Light from which we should never have strayed.

Dr. Edward Bach (1886-1936), founder of the Bach Flower Essences

Western medicine considers the patient as a passive entity to be made compliant.
James Greenblatt, MD, Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, with Virginia Ross-Taylor, PhD (2019)


The victim is undeserving of succor.
Peggy Claude-Pierre, The Secret Language of Eating Disorders (1997).


Conversely, faith, hope, love and thanksgiving are remedies, counterweights, to the victim complex in which we sometimes are at risk of becoming entangled.

Jaques Philippe, The Way of Trust and Love: A Retreat Guided by St. Therese of Lisieux.

And blest be Beauty, that enchants
The frail, the solitary lance.

Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)

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Our Clinic

Our clinic is open six days a week with office times in both morning, afternoon, and evening to suit your busy schedule. Please see below for our specialities.

We offer holistic health at a price you can afford. Experience quality expertise geared to you and your family, including fitness recommendations, skilled home and diet plans, recipes, shopping tours and more. No matter what your symptoms or condition, we treat the various interrelated social, mental, physical, and spiritual causes. If you need practical disease management, or are elderly or disabled, you have come to the right place.

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and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Complex plans for dealing with complex disability.

This triage of illnesses: Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) has been studied and found to occur together. There are many challenges for living with these conditions especially when they occur together, disabling life and mobility, causing exhaustion and pain syndromes. They make life difficult, not just work, and are making necessary many adjustments to client care and feeding.

Practitioner Emily Isaacson has been observing the effects of these conditions on sufferers for many years and offers hope that there are nutritional and dietary things that can be done to alleviate pain and mobility issues. She can give recommendations as to what supplements are helping in this field also.

Isaacson's continuing studies with Functional Psychiatry and other affiliated organizations have offered a certification for working with these illnesses in a new paradigm. She looks forward to working with you to implement the latest strategies and research from top of the line doctors and researchers. She is willing to improve your nutrition and nutrient levels today!