Dr. Kevin Conners
Dr. Kevin Conners graduated with his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1986 (though he practices only under his Pastoral Medical License) and has been studying alternative cancer care for over 18 years. He also holds AMA Fellowships (through the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine) in Anti-Aging Medicine, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, and Integrative Cancer Therapy. He is also in the process of earning the same in Botanical Medicine.
Dr. Conners has authored numerous books including, “Stop Fighting Cancer and Start Treating the Cause”, “Cancer Can’t Kill You if You’re Already Dead”, “Help, My Body is Killing Me”, “Beating Chronic Lyme”, “You’re Crazy – and other foolish things doctors tell patients needing brain therapy”, “Lyme Brain”, “The 3 Phases of Lyme”, “Is Hell the Only Difference”, and “23 Steps to Freedom”.
Dr. Kelly Halderman
Dr. Kelly Halderman completed a Family Practice Medicine internship with the University of Minnesota; has a Naturopathic Medical Degree from Kingdom College of Natural Health where she is the current Academic Dean of Students. She holds certification in MethylGenetic Nutrition by the Nutrigenetic Research Institute, certification from The American Functional Neurology Institute in Functional Neurology and Neurofeedback.
She is currently working on completing her Ph.D in clinical nutrition and has certification in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. Her practice interests include Cancer and Chronic Lyme, of which she has personally experienced and beat, Genetic optimization and Mitochondrial restoration. She lives in St. Paul with her husband, who is an anesthesiologist, and their three children. They love the Lord, are committed to His plan for their family and give thanks for all His blessings in their lives!
Both Dr. Halderman and Dr. Conners speak publicly and teach other health practitioners.
See their Speaker’s Page HERE
Angie Helgeson and her husband Scott live in Woodbury, MN. They have two daughters and one Maltese-poodle. In her free time, she loves to lift weights, listen to music, take walks, and spend time with cherished family and friends.
Angie holds a certification in holistic health counseling from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and is currently studying to receive her Naturopathic degree.
She is passionate about natural, alternative, and integrative medicine having worked in the field for many years. Angie wants every one of our patients to know how much they are loved and cared for.
Angie is our Lead Care Coordinator and Office Manager and helps facilitate care between our patients and Dr. Conners. Expect to communicate with Angie on follow-up visits and when Dr. Conners wishes to make changes/tweaks to your program.
Michelle Hamburger is our Distance Program Director trained by Dr. Conners to test and assist our at-home patients. She is a graduate of Trinity International University in Deerfield, IL with a degree in Social Sciences with emphasis on psychology, sociology and health. She is also currently studying to receive her Naturopathic degree.
Post-college, Michelle spent two years as a full-time volunteer with the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), Habitat for Humanity and Hands On Gulf Coast, working primarily with communities in Louisiana and Mississippi that were recovering in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Michelle began as a patient of Dr. Conners in 2007 and began training under him in 2010, left for hiatus of time and has returned to head-up our Distance Program.
Anne Zimmerman is married with three children and lives in Dellwood, a small town just north of Conners Clinic. Her oldest son is studying at Arizona State University and her daughter and youngest son are in High School, very active in hockey.
Anne holds a degree in Health and Wellness from the University of Minnesota. After her husband was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011 she developed a passion for nutrition and the important role food choices play in health and disease prevention. This passion lead to her Certification in Holistic Nutrition. Anne believes optimal health begins in the gut and that an individual holistic approach is the path to true health and healing. She is thrilled to assist patients with their care here at Conners Clinic!
Dianna Olchefski and her husband live in Hudson, WI, where they have six children and nine grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, volunteering, and attending weekly women’s Bible study. In her spare time, she and her husband love to travel and visit classic car shows. Having had cancer herself in 2012, she feels like she can relate well with our patients. “Don’t tell God how big your storm is,” she reminds us, “tell the storm how big your God is.”
Dianna is one our primary phone coordinators and may be one of the first voices you hear when you call our clinic. She is passionate about helping patients and desires to help solve problems.
Wendy Jean read her first nutrition and health book when she was a young girl and it has been her life-long passion ever since. She loves sailing on Lake Pepin, scuba diving in the Caribbean, and traveling the world. She is a Professional Jazz Singer with a CD available on Amazon and iTunes.
Wendy is a listener and a gifted caregiver. Within minutes she has the ability to make a stranger feel like they have been a cherished member of the family. “The meaning of life is simple,” she states, “love one another. It doesn’t need to be any more complicated.”
“I believe that we are faced with a series of great opportunities” she continues, “they often are brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.”
Ashley Mayer and her husband Christian live in Champlin, MN with their two dogs. She is a college student studying Exercise Science and believes strongly in the body’s ability to heal itself. She specializes in personal training and has competed in bodybuilding competitions and helped others achieve things that they never thought possible. “I want to impact people’s lives in a positive way and leave them believing in themselves and more hopeful than ever.”
Ashley has quickly become our of our primary patient care coordinators. Her giftedness in helping and her outgoing, caring attitude is evident to all she meets.
Look for Ashley to be helping with therapies and educating you in use of the Rife and other services.
Jennifer Schneider lives with her husband and two adorable girls in Minnesota. Her main love is to spend time with her family and volunteer and her children's school.
Jennifer spent years working in customer service, event planning, and corporate services before coming here. She may be one of the first faces you'll see when entering our clinic and you will be taken with her ability to make you feel loved.
She has the gift of genuine kindness and it is evident in the way she cares for people. "I love working at Conners Clinic," she adds, "it is a place where I feel I can really make a difference, bringing comfort to people at an often difficult time as they are making positive changes to their health."