This note is a public service to raise awareness for treatment modalities that may not yet be known to you: Medical Oxidative Therapies. While novel to most of the conventional medical community, ozone therapy has been extensively researched, taught, and used clinically world-wide for over 30 years. Ozone therapy is uniquely applicable to pandemic conditions.
AT MAIN STREET ANIMAL SERVICES OF HOPKINTON (MASH), OUR MISSION STATEMENTS FOR OUR CLINIC AND BUILDING IS:
*TO HAVE A PLEASANT POSITIVE AND COMFORTABLE PLACE FOR ANIMALS AND THEIR CARETAKERS TO EXPLORE ALL ASPECTS OF GOOD HEALTH AND PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE.
*TO ENCOURAGE BOTH CLIENT AND PET TO SEEK OUT ALTERNATIVE INTEGRATIVE WAYS TO PREVENT DISEASE.
*TO TRY TO MAKE THIS TYPE OF MEDICINE THE VISION OF ALL MEDICINE.
MASH INTENDS TO STAY OPEN DURING THIS NATIONAL EMERGENCY UNLESS INSTRUCTED OTHERWISE BY THE GOVERNMENT. HOWEVER, THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR PATIENTS, THEIR CARETAKERS, AND OUR STAFF IS OF THE HIGHEST CONCERN DURING THIS MEDICAL CRISIS. THEREFORE, AT MASH WE WILL TAKE THE FOLLOWING STEPS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
We would like to take the time to highlight Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, the alma mater of Drs. Roman and Kirton.
During Christmas break 2019, I was fortunate to go to Hawaii and get to spend time with my new first grandchild, Ellie Rose Auerhahn. While visiting three of Hawaii’s islands, I was able to lecture, learn and see a past patient.
Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton is pleased to announce the newest member of the practice, Rebecca (Becky) Fraser, DVM.
Dr. Fraser is originally from Winterport, Maine. She has been practicing vet medicine for 12 years. She attended NC State College of Veterinary Medicine and worked for a couple years in North Carolina before relocating to Baltimore where she started her journey with integrative medicine. Over 6 years ago she studied TCVM at the Chi Institute and soon started a house call vet practice based around TCVM, nutrition, herbs, and functional medicine. She later expanded into palliative/hospice care for dogs and cats.
Late this summer, Dr. Fraser and her family moved to Massachusetts due to her husband’s career. She is thrilled to be back in New England to raise her family. Her kids, Camden (10yrs), Eli (7yrs), and Grace (5yrs) are looking forward to a snowy winter and lots of skiing. They also enjoy playing and hiking with their boxer, Max. A sweet kitty, Taz, completes their family.
We are thrilled to have another member of our MASH family that can provide the highest level of care to our patients.