Medicine is my calling. I love developing relationships with my patients, hearing their stories, and helping them realize their goals.
When not in the office, I’m the busy Mom of three adventurous little boys. I enjoy joining Dave, my wonderful husband of 12 years, and our kids on kayak adventures on the rivers and lakes of Maine, exploring new trail systems, and learning the histories of unexpected places.
Dr. Norman completed the Osteopathic Cranial Academy Introductory Course in 2012, and the University of New England Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine...Read More
Dr. Norman began her study of Ayurveda in 2002, and considers Ayurveda her first ‘language’ of medicine. She is grateful...Read More
Dr. Norman began her study of acupuncture traditions during medical school, and incorporates this knowledge into her manual medicine treatments....Read More
The convenience of Concierge Medicine, without the price tag. By having a direct relationship with your doctor, you save time, and money. Experience the benefits of membership.
We offer in-person osteopathic, acupuncture and myofascial release treatments. Specializing in chronic pain, sports injuries, fibromyalgia, lower back pain, and neuropathic pain.
Dr. Norman strongly believes in the power of the body to heal itself, when pointed in the right direction. For this reason she includes two treatments per year as part of Direct Primary Care Membership.
Due to COVID-19, this service is currently available only for Members.
Questions? Please email us!
Telehealth is FREE for enrolled patients.
For all others, Telehealth is $150 per 20 minute consultation.
Telehealth is ideal for acute medical problems that can be handled over the phone. COVID-19 testing is available for an additional $30.
For chronic medical issues, we recommend having an ongoing relationship with a Primary Care provider. Please feel free to reach out to us with questions.
Wisdom, tranquility, courage, and ease can, and do, exist side-by-side with the ravages of age, and infirmity. This state of flow, of moving with, and adapting to the challenges of life, while keeping our life goals firmly in mind, I call Grace.
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