"What sets me apart from others doing similar work is that I talk about myself and my challenges. I offer related stories of my experiences whether they are successful or not. I too understand the difficulties in making lasting change for a healthier life. Among other life experiences, my struggles with lyme disease and weight control make me uniquely qualified to help you with any struggles you may have physically and/or emotionally. "
"I've made it my mission to share my experience and knowledge to help others stop the struggle and reboot their lives in a more balanced and healthy way. Together we will chart a course - navigating a wellness plan that will change your life."
My passion is the arts as I was an art history major at Duquesne. Currently I enjoy Fiberarts like the cape I made above.
My commitment is for clean healthy water both salty and fresh, kind of like my language.
AKA - Francie - is your wellness navigator
Francie Desmone is an expert in women's health specializing in Midlife. Working with women over 40 she treats hot flashes, insomnia, and weight gain. Are you ready to claim your gifts and make a lasting impact?
Clients have travelled hundreds of miles for her kind, compassionate care healing physical, mental, and emotional stress.
Former Faculty at UPMC Magee Womens Hospital in the Center for Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology Francie treated fertility patients for five years from preconception to postpartum. She also had the privilege to treat breast cancer patients receiving grant money from the Glimmer of Hope Foundation. A Doctor of Acupuncture, Francie is a graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture and Duquesne University where she studied Philosophy and Art History.
Francie Desmone worked in Newport Rhode Island, Martha's Vineyard, The Berkshires and Pittsburgh under the name Allegheny Acupuncture from 2002-2015 before setting her own new course with Navigating Wellness, LLC.
She studied the Balance Method with Dr. Tan for many years traveling all over for his special sauce of teaching and humor. Having met Matt Callison at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine during a cadaver lab while a student, Francie was treated by then studied his style of sports medicine. Previously certified as an EMT and Wilderness First Responder.