About Me
My name is Camille Holstein and I'm the founder and owner of
Heavenly Inspiration Wellness Center (HIWC). I believe, 
you must have a dream to make a dream come true and HIWC is mine.
I thank God everyday for giving life to one of my dreams. 
Currently, I'm completing my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine,
graduating in 2011. Only a few  more months to go... but who's counting.
I have been in the medical field for over 23 years and in that time I have learned so much from all the doctors I've worked with, the patients I've seen and the students I've taught. 
My passion is to help as many people as I can.  Improving the quality of lives through alternative treatments. My mission is to bridge the gap between western medicine and alternative medicine, both being equally  important.
 I love what I do. Thank you for trusting me with your  health care needs.
     What is Naturopathic Medicine?
Naturopathic medicine is a combination of centuries-old natural non-toxic therapies blended with current advances in the study of health and human systems. By concentrating on patients, not diseases, Naturopathic Doctors are able to locate the underlying cause of disease and treat the patient individually according to imbalances found. While Naturopathic Medicine focuses on whole–person wellness and preventative care, it is also able to easily be merged with diagnosis and treatment from other health care practitioners when appropriate.

                               Holistic Medicine
Holistic Medicine embraces all of the healing arts. These include herbal medicine, sclerology, nutritional counseling, many types of massage and manipulative therapies, spiritual practices, traditional Chinese Medicine, aromatherapy and detoxification. My goal is to offer a more comprehensive approach to your concerns.
One of the most significant downfalls of allopathic medicine is that it fails to address the underlying causes of many conditions. It covers up the symtoms with pharmaceuticals. Conventional medicine, while being a powerful tool for some clinical problems, inadequately addresses many common complaints and serious illnesses and certainly does very little to promote wellness. This is sad but true...