Pamela Gerry

Pamela Gerry

RN, CCT, Physiologic Linguist, Microbiome Optimizer

Pam began her nursing career in Boston hospitals in 1975, and by 1978, had sensed that Allopathic Medicine was not an optimal system to use when trying to assist the body to heal itself. She left conventional nursing at that point and apprenticed Dr. Ann Wigmore of Hippocrates Health Institute, learning techniques of juicing, fasting, raw food therapy, and colon-hydrotherapy.

She then designed her own modules and set out to study with the world’s most skilled ‘holistic’ healers.  For 20 years, through the American Natural

Hygiene Society, she had proximity to renowned healers/educators including: Drs. Doug Graham, Keki Sidhwa, Alec and Nejla Burton, D.J. Scott, Frank

Sabatino, T. Colin Campbell, Neal Barnard, Alan Goldhamer, Joel Fuhrman, Vivian Vetrano, and others. Perhaps the greatest learning experience for her to date, has been a month-long, water-only, therapeutic fast, medically supervised by Dr. D.J. Scott of the Cleveland area. This 2002 adventure was an incredible emotional, physical and spiritual experience that demonstrated the amazing recuperative capability of the human organism.

Since 2004, she has been offering colon-hydrotherapy, and her clinical practice has afforded her the opportunity to get to know the “Microbiome”,

which presents much of its’ condition through the appearance of the stool as it leaves the body during colonic irrigation. 7 out of 10 clients present with

‘microbial imbalance’, most often manifested as parasitical overgrowth. It has never been true that “Parasites are a 3rd world issue”; American mothers in the 1930’s knew that you deworm your horses, cows, cats and dogs, and you deworm your kids, too. Pam encourages clients to revive the practice of parasite cleansing semi-annually, and hopes that this multi-cultural, historic custom will again be instituted and appreciated, as much as it always was.

She is a retired 2 term member of the Board of Governors of the National Health Federation, and of the Board of Directors of the National Health Association, as well as a former Commissioner of York County, Maine.


Pamela Gerry