Michelle Moser is a graduate of the University of Washington in 1987 with a bachelor of science in Pharmacy. She holds a fellowship with the American College of Apothecaries and the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists. Michelle has worked in Long-term care, hospital-based, and retail pharmacies in the Puget Sound area.
2011 opened the doors for Makers Compounding Pharmacy, where medications are made by hand for specific patient needs. Compounding for human and veterinary customers is a privilege, according to Michelle. In March 2017, the ultimate goal was achieving national Accreditation through PCAB became a reality.
Dr Samantha Lebsock received her Bachelors in Human Biology and Doctorate of Pharmacy from The University of Montana. She began working at Belmar Pharmacy in 2014. She is the Director of Clinical Trials for Belmar Pharma Solutions and the resident LDN specialist. Samantha has become an expert in compounded medication formulations and has become a trusted advisor to providers around the country.
Janine Milne graduated from Strathclyde University with my BSc ( honours) Pharmacy degree in 1992 and has worked in hospital and community pharmacies in France, Australia, and the UK, culminating in her running her own pharmacies for two decades in the UK.
She gained her prescribing diploma in 2012 and has since specialised in CFS, ME, hypothyroidism, and other auto-immune diseases which are typically difficult to treat in mainstream medicine.
After researching the work on Long COVID in recent months, and its treatment with LDN, she produced a protocol that she hopes may help in the treatment of this debilitating condition.
She believes in an integrative, holistic approach to wellbeing and health, and aims to treat ‘dis-ease’ by combining conventional medicine with therapies such as nutrition, supplementation, mind therapy such as meditation and mindfulness, as well as exercise therapy. Her prescribing is done on a case-by-case basis, and this has led her to undertake a Masters Diploma in Integrative Medicine from NCIM, Bristol, UK.
Her work with LDN has introduced her to many auto-immune patients who have been ‘round the houses with conventional pharmaceutical medicines, without any success in improving symptoms. At last, by introducing LDN to their regime, as well as looking at nutrition and blood levels of vitamins and thyroxine hormones, she can see an improvement in symptoms in the majority of her patients.