Urgent Health Care with a Holistic Approach in Wilmette




Angela Waltman, FNP, AHN-C

North Shore Holistic Health, LLC, the practice of Angela Waltman, FNP, AHN-C, is a blend of urgent and holistic health care, combining an eclectic blend of Eastern and Western medicine. Waltman has been a holistic family nurse practitioner since 1998, with extensive experience in emergency care and family medicine. She provides a variety of offerings, including urgent care needs for colds, coughs and minor illnesses and injuries, all with an approach to mind, body and spirit.

Waltman is passionate about mindfulness and mediation, and offers classes in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. She is also a Reiki master and her practice includes aspects of Pranic healing, chakra balancing and other energy modalities. Waltman provides a program called Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster, which can also be very effective for those undergoing chemotherapy or suffering from chronic pain. She loves what she does and is working toward a Ph.D. in Holistic Theology.

Location: 522 Poplar Dr., Wilmette. For more information, call 773-454-2644 or visit NorthShoreHolisticHealth.com

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