Natural Family Wellness Center

Christine Brinker, TND

Eric Brinker, Office Manager

Our Services


Christine Brinker, TND specializes in nutritional options. She consults with clients of all ages, from newborn to seniors. An initial consultation lasts approximately one hour. A consultation includes a nutritional assessment and lifestyle improvements. This will involve personal history and inherent dispositions and a close look at the diet. The result is a fully customized protocol designed especially for the client, focusing on individual needs to maintain optimal health.

These program include dietary and supplemental recommendations, an exercise program (varies per individual) and lifestyle coaching. Christine closely monitors the progress of each client with follow up appointments. Every person is different, but one fact always remains true; When we get to the root cause and give the body what it needs, it is possible to live a healthy, vital life. 

Consultations are by appointment only.


Natural Family Wellness Center is known as a key resource for natural health education across the country. Our goal is to help others learn more about their body, how best to treat their body, and most importantly how to prevent disease by eating right and proper exercise. 

Appointment Information

The first consultation will take approximately 1 hour.

We are currently taking new client appointments at this time.

Follow up consultations take approximately 30 minutes.

A follow up consultation will be scheduled within 3-4 weeks of the first appointment, depending on the individual.

Time between appointments allow the individual to focus on the customized herb / vitamin programs, knowing exactly what to expect. The follow up appointment is an opportunity to chart results, and make minor adjustments, if needed

Fee Schedule

We do not accept any forms of insurance because we are not a licensed medical practice and do not diagnose or prescribe.  We do accept credit cards, checks and cash.

Call for pricing schedule as changes may occur.