Kami is an Office Administrator who understands the unsure feelings that come with a new experience and meets the needs of her patients on any given day with a listening ear, genuine understanding, and gentle kindness. Having worked in healthcare for over ten years as a caregiver for special-needs residents, and in many aspects of clinical opportunities, she has always been there for her patients. As a lover of life and opportunity, the Utah native can always be convinced with a bit of laughter! She is a lover of the out-of-doors, the fresh smell of pine trees in the mountains, the warmth and smells around a campfire, and the sweetness of a puppy’s breath.
Pain, Depression, and PTLDS: How ketamine could transform care for Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome
Each year, nearly 500,000 Americans are diagnosed with Lyme disease–and this number continues to climb. While some patients experience a full recovery after treatment, many have found that complications of Lyme persist long after the initial diagnosis.