Due to the coronavirus, we have decided it is in our best interest to remain healthy and safe so we are CANCELLING the March Program.
We will take a wait and see approach as to when we can resume our programs for the season.
Those who have registered will be reimbursed. We will be working on that over the weekend.
Your Health…Is Written All Over Your Face
Decode Your Facial Clues and What They Reveal About Your
Join us as Dr. Kimberly Higney of Cardea Natural Women’s Health introduces you to the most common health issues and early warning signs your mirror will show you if you know how and where to look.
More than just cosmetic concerns, discoloration, puffiness, and facial lines can be important clues about underlying mineral deficiencies, organ toxicity, and even chemical and hormone imbalances.
The lines and spots we’re told are due to age, in most cases, simply are not. These changes can be signs of poor digestion, heavy metals, food intolerances, underactive thyroid, and more.
Identifying these facial signs can help you address issues at their roots. As underlying causes improve, lines and spots typically do too!
Dr. Higney will introduce you to the most common facial signs she sees with patients in her practice and what they mean, and will guide you through a brief tour of your own facial signs.
Dr. Kimberly Higney helps patients restore their hormone health and metabolism through functional medicine and personalized root-cause nutrition. She has a private practice in Greenland New Hampshire. For more information visit www.cardeaseacoast.com
Dr. Higney has trained extensively in the US, Italy, and Canada and has been in private practice since 2004. She completed her Doctorate at Palmer College and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology and Nutrition with an emphasis on human developmental biology. Dr. Higney is a Certified Kinesiologist and Master Personal Trainer with advanced training in whole food, anti-inflammatory, and ketogenic and therapeutic nutrition, and organizational leadership. She completed her clinical intern training in Physical Medicine at Holzer Hospital.
Dr. Higney has served on the executive boards of Arts In Reach and the Seacoast Women’s Network. She has been a guest speaker on various healthcare panels and has addressed audiences at the US Department of State, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the New England Women’s Leadership Institute Summit, New Hampshire Public Defenders, New Hampshire DCYF, local law enforcement, Women Inspiring Women, and other professional organizations. She is a frequent contributing author to several women’s health and lifestyle publications.