Dr. Fishburn received her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania (now known as Drexel University School of Medicine), and completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, in Philadelphia. She has been board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), since 1990. Dr. Fishburn worked full time for the Johns Hopkins Department of PM&R for eleven years, before she moved into private practice in 2000. While at Hopkins, she studied acupuncture and manual medicine, and became board certified in Medical Acupuncture in 1999. Since moving into private practice, she has continued to expand her skills and knowledge in these areas, and developing her integrative medical skills. In 2008, she was ordained as a Minister of Healing with the Rays of Healing Church. In 2016, she became certified in Functional Medicine. Her primary interest is to promote healthy movement, including relief of pain from muscle, nerve, or bone issues. All things being connected, she is not limited by this interest.
I believe the body will find equilibrium if you give it half a chance. Let the relationships restore communication.
It is important that we tune into the matrix that carries our personalities and our intentions. We need to let it inform us and to playfully explore what it needs.
We are a collaborative network of cells. The physical structure in which we reside requires nourishment (substrates for function, and oxygen). It needs to eliminate what is not needed, receive what it does, and communicate with the whole.
Hormones, Neurotransmitters, and Inflammatory mediators are the communicators, informing, crosschecking, and setting the entire matrix into the state that is needed to best serve the whole.
Balance includes finding peaceful reconciliation between our physical, emotional and spiritual needs.