fbpx

Add Your Heading Text Here

Ear infections are the bane of modern parenthood, and Americans spend $4 billion each year treating them. Yet, despite their prevalence, these common infections are poorly understood and often over-treated

Add Your Heading Text Here

Ear infections are the bane of modern parenthood, and Americans spend $4 billion each year treating them. Yet, despite their prevalence, these common infections are poorly understood and often over-treated

Blog Title

Fifty percent of American children suffer from chronic illnesses—more than at any other time in our history. Chronic childhood illnesses have gone from being a rarity to being the norm. 
 
Tired of dragging your child to a series of doctors? Wish they could go an entire school year without a sick day? This book will equip you with the information and tools you need.
Dr. Kilbane grew up the youngest of five on the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio. From the first time she helped her father fillet the perch they caught, she knew she wanted to be a doctor.
 
“Medical school trained me very well to recognize the symptoms of pediatric illnesses and to treat those symptoms. I could easily manage eczema, ear infections, and constipation with daily medications, but the more frequently kids returned to my office unhealed after a prescription or procedure, the more frustrated everyone became, including me. After a fellowship in integrative medicine and two decades of pediatric practice, I developed a method that can prevent or even reverse the common childhood illnesses that keep kids out of school, off the playground, and in a series of doctor’s offices.” 

Share

Recent Posts

Blond girl with a hoodie in a pile of autumn leaves

How to Combat Fall Allergies

Many of us eagerly anticipate the arrival of fall for the glorious, cooler weather and the beauty of the changing leaves. Yet, for parents of children with allergies, the fall season...
Read More
Allergy testing will determine if your child is allergic to everyday foods like corn flakes and dairy

Food and Environmental Allergy Testing Part One

When nine-year-old Javier and his mother first came to see me in 2006, he was having terrible stomach pains and was missing a lot of school. He was a patient...
Read More
boy using an inhaler to control asthma and wheezing sitting on a couch with his mother

Asthma: Is Wheezing the First Sign?

Gary was four years old when his mother brought him to see me. He’d had a persistent cough for several months. Throughout the past two years, he’d had recurrent bouts...
Read More

Join the Practitioner Training Wait List!

Privacy Policy: We hate spam and promise to keep your email address safe.

What You Get With The Eczema Jump Start Guide:

Dr. Kilbane’s approach is universal and can be used by both children and adults who have eczema. Here’s what’s included: