Family Medicine: Kathleen DeRosa-Lazare, D.O. Dr. DeRosa-Lazare practiced as a Rhythmical Massage Therapist for 15 years before pursuing her medical degree at the University New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Maine. She worked as the Medical Director at Camphill, Copake , NY for five and a half years before devoting herself fulltime to CMA. She has certificates in Anthroposophic Medicine, Anthroposophic Constitutional Treatment of the Child and is currently training in Biodynamic Osteopathy in the Cranial Field. She offers primary care for individuals of all ages uniquely integrating conventional, anthroposophic and osteopathic medicine. She also offers anthroposophic medicine consultations and/or osteopathic manual medicine treatments as an adjunct to your primary care. Home visits are available for established patients unable to travel to the office. Cancer care, chronic illness, end of life care and children’s constitutional consultations are of special interest to her.
Neurology: Cathy Sims-O’Neil, D.O. Dr. Sims-O’Neil received her anthroposophical medical training through the English Medical Seminar in Dornach in 1991 and practiced general anthroposophical medicine in Cambridge, MA area for 12 years as a physician assistant. She then completed osteopathic medical school in Maine, a neurologic residency in Albany, NY, and a fellowship in autonomic nervous system disorders at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. In addition to co-founding Collaborative Medical Arts, she also works in school medicine at the Buffalo Waldorf School and in conventional neurology in Albany, NY.
Dr. Sims-O’Neil is available for neurological care and for individuals wanting a broader treatment perspective beyond conventional neurology. She is the only anthroposophically trained neurologist in the US.