Dr. Zach Mazone, D.O.Dr. Zach Mazone, D.O., is an Osteopathic Family Medicine Physician that specializes in integrative, life-style medicine. A graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, he has trained with some of the most successful life-style doctors around the country at centers specializing in health restoration and disease prevention. Dr. Zach, is dually board certified in Family Medicine (both Allopathic &
Osteopathic). In addition, he is also certified by the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Over the past several years, Dr. Zach enjoyed using natural remedies and lifestyle strategies with patients of all ages at Central Maine Medical Center, but found it extremely challenging to provide the time, or level of care necessary, to enable true patient health.
Additionally, with the ever increasing constraints of governmental regulations and insurance company requirements, he realized that he must find another way to balance his desire to create a better and more intentional way of providing healthcare. This goal of finding “something better,” was the key driving force for choosing to join a grass-roots movement which creates a direct relationship between doctors and their patients without the unnecessary, and often unhealthy restraints, of the current primary care model.
Providing individualized support through the life-cycle, having time to build close patient relationships, and seeking positive life balance inspired Dr. Zach to start his own direct primary care integrative wellness center.
“DaySpring Integrative Wellness” was the result, and is based on a community-supported wellness model allowing him to work directly for his patients, and to provide them with the essentials, (Integrative, Osteopathic, and whole family comprehensive primary care), necessary for his patients to experience great value and vibrant health.
When not working with patients, Dr. Zach treasures time with his family, is active in his church, volunteers with community health projects, plays an active role in homeschooling his son, and enjoys time in nature.
If you would like to meet Dr. Zach and get your questions answered about Osteopathic treatments or becoming a patient in DaySpring Direct Integrative Primary Care, call us at (207) 751-4775 to schedule a free, private introductory meeting.
Kimberly Mazone assists in managing the office and providing health education at DaySpring Integrative Wellness. She has a passion for teaching and building community relationships with people of all ages.
Kim has a diverse background in education and health. She has experience teaching elementary school, overseeing the Escambia County, Florida, public schools drug prevention education for elementary and middle schools, working as a health educator at the Casco Bay YMCA, and supporting birthing couples as a doula.
Kim has also enjoyed teaching whole foods cooking classes, providing personal fitness training, and teaching natural childbirth classes in several local hospitals, as well as, in the home birth community.
For the last eleven years, she has been active homeschooling her children and supporting other families while volunteering with the Homeschoolers of Maine Association. Kim is continuing her education studying herbalism and natural healing.
Kim’s hobbies include outdoor sports, reading, exploring historical places, and organic gardening. She grows a number of herbs in her apothecary garden, located at Eagle Cove Farm, that are used in remedies available at DaySpring.
Michelle Hume, a licensed clinical social worker and counselor, is an important part of the team at DaySpring Integrative Wellness providing support and counseling for adults, adolescents, and children around a variety of concerns, such as life transitions, grief/loss, life coaching, goal setting, anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, and intellectual disabilities.
She specializes in working with children and adolescences diagnosed with autism and intellectual disabilities, as well as, with families facing behavioral challenges with their children. She also works with families to support and encourage functional communication and to develop skills for conflict resolution within the home.
Michelle utilizes a strength-based and relational approach in therapy and values client-centered goal setting. She uses cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, and structural family therapy modalities.
When working with children and adolescents on issues related to intellectual disabilities and autism diagnoses, she utilizes social thinking and zones of regulation curriculum to address specific social skills challenges.
Michelle believes that leading a healthy and well-balanced life is an important aspect in achieving a joyful life. With the many demands on our time and energy, she believes that it is important to identify values, principles, and beliefs that give us purpose and meaning in life.
In her free time, some of her hobbies and interests include vegan cooking, hiking, camping, backpacking, traveling, and rock climbing. It is her goal to one day hike in all of the U.S. national parks.
Sheryl S. McWilliams, MPH, RN has 30 years experience in healthcare.
Her career has taken her all over the globe providing leadership and clinical expertise to individuals, organizations, State, national and international agencies.
She is the recipient of both national and international awards in the areas of healthcare leadership, women’s health and community health.
Her primary interest in healthcare is in the rational application of Lifestyle Medicine to prevent, treat and reverse chronic disease.
She is also passionate about natural approaches to daily life and healthcare. Sheryl is a gifted speaker and provides Executive Health and Lifestyle coaching.
She is married, has two beautiful children and pets of all shapes and sizes. She enjoys the great outdoors, traveling and cooking.
Jane grew up in Yorkshire, England, and developed a passion for the countryside and natural healing as she rode her pony over the heather moors and green valleys. She trained and worked as a teacher including sharing practical life application of Biblical teachings. Jane also enjoyed several years of social work with young offenders. In the summers, she worked in Peace Corps and treasures the experiences she had in Morocco, Italy, Greece and Ireland. In more recent years, Jane took formal education in natural healing. She is a certified Family Herbalist, Consulting Herbalist, and Lifestyle Counselor. Jane and Dr. Zach have worked together over the last several years presenting hands-on workshops using herbs in daily living for vitality and as part of integrative care during times when the body needs extra support.
Jane’s favorite pastimes are spending time in her herb garden and exploring woodland trails with her husband, Rick, and their border collie, Skye. Her deep love of animals has led her to volunteer for New England Border Collie Rescue, and Cat Coalition of Western Maine. Jane also still loves to travel and enter into the precious culture of faraway places. She has traveled to Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Honduras and Peru with her adventure-loving daughter, Hannah.