Dr. Hallowitz is a naturopathic doctor (ND), classically-trained Chinese medicine practitioner and licensed acupuncturist providing alternative medicine options to the Inland Northwest community. He concentrates his treatments on whole-patient wellness, evidence-based clinical naturopathic medicine and Chinese medicine theory and therapies that have been practiced over the past millennia. Dr. Toby tailors to each individual patient’s unique condition rather than focusing on the disease. Using natural treatment modalities such as acupuncture, dietary modification, nutritional supplements, botanical medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, Chinese herbology, nature cure, and hydrotherapy, he emphasizes prevention and restoration of balance to the body, mind and spirit.
Dr. Toby grew up in the Washington D.C. metro area, obtained his undergraduate education at the University of Rochester, NY and received his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Master of Science in Oriental Medicine at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland. Dr. Toby has worked with patients who have many different health concerns and conditions. Some of these include: cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, smoking, autoimmune disease, heavy metal toxicity, musculoskeletal complaints, infertility, pregnancy (including pre-birth acupuncture), menopausal symptoms, insomnia, back & neck pain, depression, anxiety, dermatological conditions and much more. Diagnosed years ago with Crohn's disease, he has a vast amount of experience in treating digestive disorders with natural medicine. Dr. Toby does not take any pharmaceutical medications for his condition. You can read about his experience in the intro to his Chinese thesis by clicking here!
Growing up in Coeur d'Alene, surrounded by nature and an abundance of outdoor activities, Sally developed a love for plants and its medicinal healing powers. Focusing on living a healthy life was continually a part of her daily routine. She left Coeur d'Alene after obtaining a degree in science, with a focus in botany and human biology. She then relocated to Honolulu, Hawaii where she continued her studies, attending The Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Sally had the opportunity to study in China at Guangzhou University Hospital, as well as intern at Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific, where she was personally asked to study under Dr. Wai Low. Treatments were focused on stress and pain management.
Graduating in 2012, Sally opened her first clinical practice in Kailua, Hawaii where she specialized in women's health, pain management, mental health (including anxiety, depression, stress management, insomnia, PTSD and trauma). Beyond these specialties, Sally also sees patients for general health concerns and overall wellness. She is excited to return to her roots in Coeur d'Alene where she can share all of her knowledge and healing experience to help patients rebalance their body, mind, and spirit.
"Let's work together to rebalance your body's innate healing potential" - Sally
Jacqueline Hudiburg is a gifted Licensed Massage Therapist with over 26 years experience, versatile in a number of forms of body work. Having worked in various settings from chiropractic offices, spas, massage clinics, and private residences, she focuses on healing the whole-being, incorporating multiple massage modalities to best meet her individual client’s needs.
Swedish Massage - for relaxation and increasing circulation/lymph flow; helps to relieve that “congested” feeling and generalized tension.
Integrative Massage - uses breath work and all strokes are circular in nature going away from the center of the body. Focus is on relieving stress, releasing emotional layers, and grounding in one’s own body.
Deep Tissue/Trigger Point Therapy - breaking up chronically contracted muscle tissue for better range of motion and muscle health; relieving referral pain patterns from injury or repetitive use.
Hot Stone Massage - uses smooth, heated stones to relax stubborn musculature; the heat also stimulates detoxification on a deeper layer than regular massage.
Other modalities - used in conjunction with those listed above: Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Passive Stretching and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretching.
Hunter Method - an unconventional therapy created by Stephanie Hunter using touch and movement to change muscle memory and get people out of pain. This method is interactive and the client is clothed. By using movement and a targeted touch, it signals to the brain that it’s okay to move bringing chronically contracted muscle back to optimal tone. Many clients feel relief in 5-10 sessions depending on the severity of the issue.
Naturopathic Holistic skin care is the philosophy of treating the body and skin as one cohesive unit - what happens inside our body is reflected on our skin. Brigitte focuses on helping the skin to function optimally by stimulating the healing power of nature with performance, results-driven natural skin care products, facials and microcurrent treatments.
MICROCURRENT: a form of massage, using very low levels of electrical current. It triggers the body’s natural cellular repair mechanism. Used as an anti-aging tool, it can diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by toning and rejuvenating the facial muscles. This process stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. The effects are immediate and cumulative. The uplifting therapy is preventative, as well as corrective.
OSMOSIS: line of skin care products for facials and at home skin care. Osmosis focuses on reducing inflammation and rebalancing through an inside-out approach, resulting in permanent changes. This is achieved through a series of revolutionary ingredients and technologies delivered via their patent-pending liposomal delivery system. Osmosis uses holistic therapies to treat skin conditions at the source. Rooted in science it address every aspect of skin damage and aging, targeting pathways from the inside out.
MOOM® hair removal: a revolutionary combination of 100% organic and food grade ingredients making it ideal for sensitive skin and delicate areas. Its carefully balanced formula gently removes hair with its root and keeps it off for up to eight weeks. MOOM® has taken a holistic approach to hair removal where the beauty and health of the skin is the focus and the integrity of our precious environment is preserved.
Specializing in Womens’ Healthcare
(Telemedicine and Spokane Valley Location)
Annual Well-Women Exams
Menstrual and Hormonal Issues
Pre-pregnancy Exams and Counseling
Breast or Gynecologic Concerns
Sharon Delaney graduated with honors from Duke University. After several years as a nurse in maternity and newborn care, she earned a degree in public health from the University of North Carolina. She was an assistant professor of nursing for several years, and then became a certified nurse-midwife through Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing. She had a rewarding midwifery practice in Missoula, Montana, catching many babies and providing compassionate, holistic women’s health care to her patients.
Sharon previously retired from her midwifery practice in Missoula to focus on her health, spend time with family and friends, and travel. Now, after relocating to Liberty Lake, she is excited to open a limited Women’s Health practice in conjunction with Dr. Toby.
Sharon has raised 2 delightful children, and loves being Nana to her dear granddaughter. In her spare time, Sharon enjoys gardening, hiking, biking, or paddling around our beautiful lakes and rivers. Indoors, she loves quilting, reading wonderful books, and cooking with friends.
"I look forward to meeting you
and discussing how best to address your women’s health needs!"