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Kimberly Burnham

Kimberly Burnham
Kimberly Burnham is the author of the recent book, "Awakenings: Peace Dictionary, Language and the Mind, A Daily Brain Health Program." In Awakenings, Kimberly investigates the relationship between memory, language, caring and pattern recognition, creating a daily brain health exercise program enabling people to achieve better neurological health, mood and quality of life. With a PhD in Integrative Medicine, Kimberly is known as The Nerve Whisperer. She uses words (books, presentations, and poetry), health coaching, guided visualization, and hands-on therapies (CranioSacral therapy, acupressure, Matrix Energetics, Reiki, and Integrative Manual Therapy) to help people with healing. She assists people with movement disorders and walking issues due to Parkinson's disease, Huntington's ataxia, and Diabetic neuropathies. Alternative approaches for autoimmune conditions like multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme disease or lupus are also available. Kimberly's practice includes children with seizures, autism, cerebral palsy, scoliosis, Down's, sleep and anxiety disorders. A Professional Health Coach, she consults with people via phone and Skype as well as working with clients in person in Spokane, Washington, where she lives with her family. She also focuses on vision issues like macular degeneration and supports people looking for eye exercises to improve driving and reading skills as well as athletic visual speed. An award-winning poet, Kimberly grew up overseas. The child of an international businessman and an artist, she learned Spanish in Colombia; French in Belgium; then Japanese in Tokyo and has studied both Italian and Hebrew as an adult. She can be reached at NerveWhisperer@gmail.com or http://www.NerveWhisperer.Solutions.

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