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Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker Pleased to Announce Second Physician Achieves Shoemaker Protocol Certification for Treating Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
Date:4/19/2013

Pocomoke, MD (PRWEB) April 19, 2013

Continuing his quest to build a nationwide network of certified physicians able to effectively treat patients suffering from mold illness and other immune related sickness, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker announced recently that a second physician has completed the training and testing required to achieve certification in the Shoemaker Protocol, the leading treatment method in the fight against Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome.

Mary Ackerley, M.D., M.D.H., ABIHM, of Tucson, Arizona, in addition to becoming the latest Shoemaker Protocol Certified Physician, is a Harvard and Johns Hopkins trained board certified psychiatrist, is nationally board certified in Integrative and Holistic Medicine, and is a graduate of the three year program at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. Dr. Ackerley is a member of the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association, and serves on the Board of Integrative and Homeopathic Medicine in the State of Arizona.

“I am proud to have another esteemed and well qualified doctor certified in the Shoemaker Protocol,” said Dr. Shoemaker. “Dr. Ackerley’s extensive background and training gives people in the west, suffering from Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, a resource in their area qualified to help them - with the leading treatment for this debilitating illness.”

In addition to her classical medical training, Dr. Ackerley has traveled extensively, studying Tibetan healing and the relationship between mind, body, and spirit. She studied shamans while writing her Harvard thesis, and proved that cures produced by ‘energetic’ medicine create measurable change
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