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Driving along, minding their own business, looking forward to hanging out with their family – the lives of Sylvia and Nate were about to be changed forever. With only the small frame of her Jeep Wrangler to protect them, they were T-boned by a tractor trailer going 55 miles per hour. The force of the impact caused, a broken hip, two punctured lungs, a ruptured spleen, two concussions, bleeding on the brain and the list goes on.

Sylvia was airlifted to Jefferson Hospital where she stayed in critical care for almost three weeks. It’s all quite a blur for Sylvia, but what she does remember is the lack of answers. The lack of communication among her medical team of various doctors and specialists. Not knowing what was going to happen next.

Dr. Molly, Ph.D. founder, and director of the Cherry Hill Center was a regular at the restaurant Sylvia worked at. When Dr. Molly learned of Sylvia’s terrible accident, she reached out to the family to help.  Let’s stop there for a minute. Meditate on that for a moment. This is just the tip of the genuine compassion iceberg found at her clinic.

Dr. Molly sent for Sylvia’s records and began to put all of the many pieces together.Sorting through the pages and pages of medical history she was able to put together a plan. . .  a road to recovery. Sylvia was transferred to a rehabilitation center where she spent another week. Sylvia was prescribed a laundry list of medication to help her simply get through the day, but the side-effects of the medication that out-weighed the benefits. And as a single mom of a special needs child, Sylvia knew she couldn’t take all of the drugs that were prescribed to her. She began to see Dr. Molly once a week for holistic/all natural IV treatments. Sylvia started to see improvement almost immediately.

One year later, Sylvia is now going to the gym with her son, walking daily and even considering going back to work. Although she still suffers from the lack of mobility, dizziness, stiffness and just the ability to move like she used to – Sylvia is surprising everyone, especially her doctors!

“I just went to see my spine doctor. I still have a herniated disk between by shoulder blades. When he asked if I was taking my pain medication, I told him no and he shook his head in disbelief. He couldn’t believe I wasn’t taking anything for the pain,” explained Sylvia. Everyone who knows her is blown away when they see how far she has come. Although, it’s hard to get the medical field to accept her progress because of the connection of homeopathic medicine.

“Dr. Molly became my saint during a very dark time. I couldn’t get a straight answer from anyone.” At her last Neurologist appointment, the doctor spent most of their time together looking at the x-ray and not talking to Sylvia. Even thoughSylvia still gets dizzy, and light headed because those symptoms are not related to a brain injury, her time with him was done. Case closed. Come back next year for a follow-up.

That is simply not the case at Dr. Molly’s clinic. What makes Dr. Molly different from the rest of her field is her patience and willingness to listen. “You can’t tell doctors anything… they already know everything! But Dr. Molly will sit and listen for hours and she gives input when needed, but never tries to step on other’s doctor’s toes.  It’s nice to have alternatives,” says Sylvia.

When you come to the Cherry Hill Clinic it’s more like a therapy session than a treatment center. You can sit and listen to the stories of all of the patients around you. “During my first visit, I was still not quite ‘with it’ in the head. So, I just sat back and listened to all of the stories of the patients around me. It helped me to realize that no matter what I was going through, someone else was going through their own trial. It helped me to keep a positive attitude,” Sylvia explained.

“I believe in being in tune with your body… if you know your body, Dr. Molly can help make sense of things that are going on. She helps make it all a little bit clearer but stays true to nature. She prescribes a lot of homeopathic items to help with my symptoms. It’s a shame that we live in a world that is all about prescriptions.”

We all struggle with medical issues, whether large or small. But what you may not know is that you do have options. There is more than one way to tackle the medical issue that you suffer from. It’s time for you to be your own advocate. Not all of us will have a Dr. Molly coming to our place of work, following up on us. Sometimes you have to take that first step. Trust your gut. Ask those hard questions, get that second opinion or seek alternative therapies.

If you’re in the South Jersey area, and you’re considering a homeopathic treatment whether for something as serious as cancer or a minor as allergies, call Dr. Molly. Get a FREE consultation with a doctor who will actually listen and provide more than one solution.

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I had my first treatment at the Cherry Hill Center today. I sat with Dr. Molly for a few minutes to discuss my file (my overwhelming file that had been sent from my original Lyme doctor). During my consultation, Dr. Molly assured me that she could help and that although my body needed a complete “oil change” I would feel like a new person when I was finished my ten-week course of treatment. I was super excited to hear this! When you read time and time again that there is no cure for a disease that has debilitated you for years, it’s overwhelming when someone finally steps up and says, I CAN HELP YOU!

Dr. Molly (Amalia) Fantasia, PhD, is a leader in the field of health care, health care management, ambulatory health care and nutraceutical medicine. Acknowledged by chemists, bio-engineers, geneticists, physicians and health care administrators alike, Dr, Fantasia has pio- neered many of the preventive and integrative medical practices being standardized and inte- grated into traditional and primary health care today. I fell in love with Dr. Molly the minute I met with her! Her genuine spirit is the first thing you will notice about her. From minute one, I knew that she was going to do everything she could to help me get better. As first appointments typically go, you expect a quick consultation, then a prescription for a boat load of blood work, wait weeks for results to come back, then eventually setting an appointment to start treatments. Today was much different! After my consultation, Dr. Molly asked when I wanted to get started and I exclaimed, “Immediately!” and she said, “Okay! Tuesday is our late day. Come back after work and we’ll get you started!” I was shocked! Same day service – that’s unheard of!
I went back to work, finished out the rest of my day anxiously awaiting my first treatment. When I walked through the front doors of the clinic at 5:00 pm, I was immediately greeted by her staff, “Hi Lisa, I’m Linda. Come on back!” What, I don’t have to sign in? I don’t have to give you my name? You know who I am and what I’m doing here? Oh, and I forgot to mention that when we discussed when we’d start, I had to admit that I didn’t have my checkbook with me, so I couldn’t pay. That wasn’t an issue either! Dr. Molly’s last name isn’t Fantasia by accident! She makes you feel like you’re in a magical Disney movie, in a world where people are loving and kind . . .where customer service is more important that protocol. It truly was a magical experience. “I hope you brought me good veins,” says Linda. Yikes, my veins are terrible. I have “rolling” veins that are very challenging to find. But, to my surprise, she was able to find a vein in my hand and very easily set up the IV. Not a pinch, not a sting . . . nothing! This truly was becoming a Disney movie!
Scene Two: we go back to the IV therapy room. Similar to a dialysis room, there are a lot of chairs with IV stands lining the wall, with a TV for everyone to watch. But this room was different. Dr. Molly sat right in the middle of the group. Not doing Doctor type things – but just sitting there. Talking. She had just finished telling the other patients a little bit about me and my Lyme battle.  Then she introduced me to each patient like they were a long time friend of hers. I sat in the chair, Linda hooked up my fluids and I chatted with the other patients about everything from Gluten-free diets to adopting a Bernese Mountain Dog. The next thing I knew, the IV was removed and I was headed home.
So, the burning question . . .  did it work? 1)  I’m blogging! That’s one step in the right direction. I’ve been MIA for several months. 2)  It’s 10:19 pm and I’m awake and functioning (that in itself is a mini miracle) 3) I feel something . . . I can’t quite put my finger on it. I still feel very lymie (back ache, joint pain, consistent dull headache) but I have a spark of energy I haven’t had in a very long time.
It’s funny, I’ve gotten so used to being “sick” that it’s become my New Normal. It wasn’t until I actually did the math the other day, that I realized that I’ve been battling with Lyme Disease and my co-infections for almost two years now. I kept focusing on how blessed I was to get a diagnosis within six months, and I never really thought about how much time has gone by since starting various treatments. It’s not until I look at my husband and see his exhaustion that I realize how incredibly long two years is.
The movie Fantasia was Disney’s boldest experiment to date. It brought life to his vision of blending animated imagery with classical music – that’s Dr. Molly Fantasia! She brings her patients back to life with her therapeutic treatments! I am so incredibly thankful to God for His plan, for putting my hubby in the right place at the right time, to learn about the Cherry Hill Clinic. I’m thankful that I have to the opportunity to come back to a job that I love and just happens to be right down the street from the clinic that God has led me to. I know it’s HIS work. I just had to be patient and wait for all the pieces of HIS plan to fall into place. And now that HE has put Dr. Molly is our lives, I know the magic will begin!
To read more about Lisa’s journey, click here.  Lisa’s most recent blog can be read here.
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