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New Book by Charlotte Doctor Sheila Kilbane

Integrative pediatrician Sheila Kilbane, M.D., has published a new book, Healthy Kids, Happy Moms: 7 Steps to Heal and Prevent Common Childhood Illnesses

“This book is the latest chapter in my mission to transform pediatric health care,” says Dr. Kilbane, who practices at Infinite Health  in Dilworth. “I want to get a million kids off meds that they may not need.” Healthy Kids, Happy Moms is now available for pre-order along with free bonus downloads at www.SheilaKilbane.com/book.

Kilbane has treated thousands of families in her private practice who suffer with recurring childhood illnesses with her 7-step program, which is not found elsewhere. With a formal release date of September 14, Kilbane’s book is actually three books in one. Part one uses scientific research and Kilbane’s real-life cases that led her to develop the Healthy Kids, Happy Moms Program. Part two is a week-by-week guide to implementing the Healthy Kids, Happy Moms Program. Part three includes dozens of mom-tested, doctor-approved recipes that kids will love.

Kilbane presents at medical conferences, online summits, educational courses and wellness podcasts. She is a medical advisory board member for several companies and organizations.

 

Location: Infinite Health, 2201 Park Rd., Ste. B. For more information or to make an appointment, call 704-626-6771 or visit www.SheilaKilbane.com


Infinite Health - Sheila Kilbane MD - 2201 Park Rd Ste B Charlotte  NC

Infinite Health - Sheila Kilbane, MD - 2201 Park Rd Ste B, Charlotte , NC

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