We believe the key to high quality medical care is a strong physician-patient relationship. Nothing should be allowed to get in the way of that partnership.
We believe in a free society, people can choose what types of products and services they want, including the type and quality of healthcare they want, and their options should be open and transparent. There is no one-size-fits all answer for healthcare.
We believe that health insurance, as with home or automobile insurance, should be thought of as something you want to avoid using, only for times of accident or crisis. Primary care should be used regularly and frequently to strive to prevent disease and obtain wellness.
We believe that patients should be able to work with their doctors to choose between pharmaceutical and natural treatments depending on the values and circumstances of each individual.
We believe that our health is important and makes a big difference in our lives. Therefore we are committed to providing high quality health care because we understand its impact on our patients’ lives.
Jeffrey Wacks, MD
Dr. Wacks is a board-certified Family Physician, who completed his residency in Family Medicine at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. Originally from Sharon, MA he received his undergraduate degree from Tufts University in Biochemistry and his M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine. He has a passion for helping people achieve wellness through nutrition and believes that food is the most powerful medicine. His unique combination of broad-spectrum, family-centered conventional training and Functional Medicine training puts him in an optimal position to help patients maximize their health and enhance wellness. When he is not in the office, he enjoys swimming, fishing, gardening, and hiking with his beautiful wife.
Allyson Edelstein Page, NP
Allyson Edelstein Page has been in practice for ten years, with extensive experience in the realm of both alternative and allopathic medicine. She practices Ayurvedic medicine, Functional medicine and traditional primary care. She has volunteered in several Central American countries and is a fluent Spanish speaker. Allyson’s passion lies in assisting her patients find pathways to health and wellness by utilizing diet and gentle, natural alternatives to prescription management. Her treatment modalities of choice include meditation, botanical and herbal based medicinals, and in increasing her patients’ intuitive awareness of their body’s natural metabolic rhythms. She has two small children. Her favorite past time is to pursue any kind of outdoor adventure with her children.