Dr. Kessler

May 5th, 2019

Dr. Kessler has an eclectic perceptive on health.  She says that the process of using eliminating allergies, NET, and Screening for Irlen Syndrome have made a profound difference in her patients’ lives.

7 Responses to “Dr. Kessler”

  1. Rubi Rose

    I look forward to learning more about all the modalities you specialize in through your blog!

  2. CKessler

    Thank you. And I am new at this and look forward to responding to all who take the time to write.

  3. Rubi Rose

    Dear Dr. Carol Kessler,

    I gave birth to my son 5 days ago. During these past few days I’ve been wearing pads for my postpartum care. I’ve experienced a lot of itchiness and discomfort. Could you tell me more about peri steaming? What are the benefits? Thank you!
    ~ Rubi

  4. CKessler

    Good Morning Rubi:
    Steaming is an ancient art that dates back centuries. It is still used today in many countries and is now reemerging in the USA. It is listed in many of the old Chinese texts as an excellent modality for women. The most popular use worldwide is postpartum care. The benefits of postpartum steaming is that is helps to rid the body of residue after giving birth, it lifts up organs, great for hemorrhoids, it also disinfects the are, and it feels great. There are many herbal formulas that are available but you need to be careful and make sure your healthcare provider is knowledgeable about steaming to provide the appropriate formula for you. By doing this when you do get your period back most of the time it becomes regulated 4 days red blood (not brown or clotting), no cramping and usually on the moon cycle. Steaming is also used for fertility by regulating the menstrual cycle. I recommend that most of my patients or clients that do steam, steam in my office the first time to make sure that they are comfortable about doing it and then they can steam at home. I hope I answered your question, if you would like more information, please feel free to contact me.

  5. Deb Bodnar

    Hi Dr. Kessler – I’ve had 2 flare-ups of mild diverticulitis in the past 2 years. My gastroenterologist told me that if I have another flare-up she will schedule an appointment with her surgeon to have part of my colon removed. This sounds radical to me. Do you think you can help me with my digestive issues? Not sure if I have allergies or not. I have had a lot of bloating for quite some time now.

  6. CKessler

    Hi Deb:
    I will give you a call to discus. There isn’t a quick answer. There are many things you can do before radical surgery.
    Looking forward to speaking to you.

  7. Deb Bodnar

    Hi Dr. Kessler – I’ve had 2 flare-ups of mild diverticulitis in the past 2 years. My gastroenterologist told me that if I have another flare-up she will schedule an appointment with her surgeon to have part of my colon removed. This sounds radical to me. Do you think you can help me with my digestive issues? Not sure if I have allergies or not. I have had a lot of bloating for quite some time now.

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