Dimensions in Healing the Body and Soul

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Is it possible to merge the harder sciences with metaphysics?  Sheri Lawson thinks so, especially after she met Dr. Kaisa Coppola at an intuitive and clairvoyant course.

Kaisa thought she'd pursue a career in psychology.  She earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, but when she finished her undergraduate work, a snowboarding accident changed her life.

She ended up having three consecutive knee surgeries and a year after the accident, still had to wear a knee brace and could not enjoy an active lifestyle.  Frustrated with traditional medical care, she visited a chiropractor who specialized in Applied Kinesiology.  Alternative medical treatment was not foreign. As a child, her parents would take her and her siblings to chiropractors and acupuncturists. 

Within weeks, Kaisa was running again and back to her normal activity – despite the physical trauma she had undergone with the surgeries.

She went on to earn a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Southern California Univ. of Health Sciences in 2004.

 “It’s as if everything came together at once for me.  I realized that there are so many components to our health and our body’s ability to heal.  I began to think about everything I do including the foods I eat to the thoughts I think…everything affects my body’s ability to be efficient and heal and thrive,” she reflects.

Dr. Coppola educates people about how their choices affect their health, their healing, and their lives.  She enjoys an active lifestyle with yoga, running and quality time with her family and friends.  The doctor has two young children who keep her healthy, humble and happy.

See Dr. Coppola’s website.

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