ParkerLane Integrative Health was founded on the concept that people deserve attentive, committed, professional healthcare that involves the entire person. This includes the patient’s mind, body, spirit, lifestyle, and environment. By understanding all the elements involved in creating total wellness, patients and their practitioners are able to identify the root causes of health concerns and are then able to work together to resolve the dis-ease.
We are your partners for optimum health and healing.
We are committed to working with Primary Care Physicians and utilizing the best practices in conventional and alternative therapies, nutritional management and supplementation, lifestyle coaching, stress management, mindfulness, and physical fitness coaching.
We believe that you have the ability to restore and maintain good health by strengthening your mind, body, spirit, and community.
We provide personalized care to address your unique needs and goals.
We work with you to identify the root cause of your health concerns using a whole-body approach.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Charlotte is a former Marine who served for seven years on active duty including two combat tours in Iraq. As a veteran, she earned her ADN from Craven Community College and became a staff nurse at Carolina East Medical Center, New Bern and Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC.
She furthered her education at Graceland University to graduate with a Master of Science in Nursing and continued her career as a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Vidant Medical Center and Coastal Carolina Health Care - Urgent Care in New Bern.
As a volunteer at Hope Clinic in Bayboro and MERCI Clinic in New Bern, NC she has become acutely aware of how stress negatively affects a person - not only in their physical health, but in their relationships, and interactions with society as a whole. She also recognizes how prevalent cardiometabolic syndrome is in Eastern North Carolina and is passionate about helping people reduce or reverse their conditions through nutrition and lifestyle changes.
With her passion for alternative medicine, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Mind-Body Medicine with a focus in Integrative and Functional Nutrition from Saybrook University. Charlotte lives in New Bern with her husband and three dogs and spends her free time outdoors camping, boating, and enjoying nature.
Holly is a Registered Nurse who specializes in functional medicine and aromatherapy, and is a certified fitness instructor. After earning her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from James Madison University she felt called to nursing when she became the caregiver for a terminally ill family friend.
She enrolled at the Virginia Commonwealth University and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her RN experience includes serving as a transplant nurse, working in intermediary care, and completing an apprenticeship in functional medicine.
Holly is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner through Functional Medicine University and she is a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. She has a true passion for empowering others to create their best life, beginning with their health.
As part of her commitment to service, Holly volunteers to assist children with disabilities at her church and works with underprivileged youth through a local non-profit. Holly lives in New Bern with her husband and son, and enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, frequently boating, or participating in group fitness activities.
Dr. Christina Belcher
Dr. Christina Belcher is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in California and practices in North Carolina. She completed an Associates Degree in Chemistry at the College of Southern Nevada and later attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she received a Bachelors in Biotechnology. After spending several years in oncology pharmaceutical research, Dr. Belcher decided to go to medical school at Bastyr University, San Diego, California, where she earned a doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine and had her research published.
While Dr. Belcher absolutely believes that there is a time and place for conventional medicine, her passion and focus is on providing her patients with the least invasive natural treatment options. She uses multiple modalities of medicine, including botanical medicine and physical medicine. Dr. Belcher focuses on women’s health, endocrinology, autoimmune disorders, adjunct oncology care and complex chronic diseases.
In her free time, Dr. Belcher enjoys reading, hiking, birdwatching, infusing oils, and yoga. Her family is the most important part of her life and is the reason she wants to invest in her community and make the world a better place.
Certified Health Coach
Molly Perry is a personal health coach and expert in behavior modification. She earned certification as a Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition after spending nearly ten years researching to learn more about her own health obstacles. While pursuing her certification, she studied more than one hundred dietary theories and has developed her philosophy of wellbeing upon these foundations. Molly also recognizes that wellbeing is more than the food one eats but must also include other aspects of life like relationships, exercise, career and spirituality. As a health coach, Molly serves as a supportive mentor and wellness authority to help her clients feel their best through lifestyle changes which are tailored to individual wellness programs based on specific needs of the client. She is currently pursuing further certification as an Ayurvedic Practitioner from the Maryland University of Integrative Health.
Molly earned her BA in Sociology from North Carolina University and then an MA in Education from Fairmont State University as a licensed educator of exceptional children. She has over 30 years of experience working with adults and children. Her early experiences as a Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional took her on a 22-year adventure working with students with special needs ranging from cognitive and physical, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, to serious emotional disorders. As a behavior specialist, she also believes that it is crucial to work with the entire family as a unit in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for wellbeing.
Molly and her husband have five adult children and five grandchildren who are all outdoor enthusiasts. Molly’s love of family, students, sports and travel has kept her on the go all over the globe, but her favorite place to be is on the beach.