No-Cost & Exchange-Based Clinics

Community Care Clinics for Those in Need

The Lemon Tree Clinic believes in providing care that is accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial circumstances. Our no-cost/exchange-based clinics are specially designed with this belief at the heart of their operation.

No-Cost/Exchange-Based Clinics

We warmly welcome those who are less-resourced, including but not limited to, individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, undocumented, uninsured, immigrants, or anyone unable to pay traditional fees.

Compassionate care is our top priority, and financial constraints should never be a barrier to this. If you would prefer to provide something in exchange for your appointment, we accept vegetable starts, fresh vegetables or fruits, plants, Spanish instruction (to assist our staffer Keagha with her learning), or any service or skill that could benefit The Lemon Tree Clinic or its community, to name a few. Any and all contributions are voluntary and greatly appreciated.

These no-cost/exchange-based clinics are offered on select Thursdays, and are by appointment only. These appointments consist of one-hour manual therapy sessions and homeopathic consultations. You are most welcome to bring your children with you, if you do not have childcare. Eddie speaks conversational Spanish, and Keagha is actively learning.

We require a 48-hour notice of cancellation by email or phone. No shows may jeopardize your opportunity to reschedule in the future.

To schedule an appointment for our no-cost/exchange-based clinic, please schedule online, or reach out to us by phone or email. No walk-ins please.

Eddie Rosen

Physical Therapist

Eddie has a broad-based general practice, ranging from common musculoskeletal injuries and pain problems to orthopedic and neurologic rehabilitation, spinal pain, and complex pain problems. For 45+ years (and no longer counting), Eddie has studied and used a wide variety of manual therapy/hands-on techniques. The approaches he uses are based upon biomechanics, anatomy, neurology, and the integral nature of human movement.

Eddie’s approach is best understood through experience of his work. His goal is to restore a more normal quality of movement in the various bodily systems: skeletal, articular, muscular, fascial, and visceral. The objective is an improvement in function and a reduction in pain. Directed by highly practiced perceptions, he uses his hands to apply comfortable techniques that release movement-inhibiting restrictions. This allows an improvement in ease and coherence. The application of specific techniques is tailored to your particular needs and constitution. These range from highly subtle to direct and vigorous, depending upon what will be most effective.

In the course of treatment, he will guide your perceptions and self-awareness to help you in your progress toward better movement. This improvement will continue long beyond the treatment sessions. He offers simple, specific corrective exercises and self-care suggestions as a home program.

Book With Eddie

Email Eddie to book with him, or contact our office for more information. We look forward to hearing from you! 

Keagha Carscallen

Holistic Health Practitioner

For over two decades, Keagha Carscallen has been using manual and subtle body therapy, homeopathy, plant-based medicine, functional nutrition, and natural therapeutics as foundational medicine. Her professional craft is a culmination of long-term apprenticeships and formal education. She practices the medicines that assisted in her own recovery from a decade long, near-fatal chronic illness, opioid addiction, and medical abuse.

She specializes in working with the intricacy and complexity of chronic mental & physical illness, trauma, and injury. She has extensive experience in (not exclusive to) newborn and pediatric care, pregnancy and postpartum, pelvic floor symptoms, concussions & traumatic brain injuries, joint & spinal injuries, neurodivergency, and chronic illnesses. The medicines she employs are tools to precisely address trauma, release the injury pattern, correct the misalignment or imbalance, allowing the person’s own healing ability to take over and assist the person in regaining their vitality, on all levels- physical, mental, emotional, and energetic. In addition to an in-person practice, Keagha also offers telehealth for those across the U.S. and internationally.

Keagha is humbled to practice therapies that have evolved from old bone setters in the African Diaspora, China, Europe and yogic mystics in India, and homeopathic practices of “like cures like,” stemming from indigeneity practices on every continent. Keagha’s educational praxis is to ensure these medicines are carried forward and are accessible within communities. Some of her most influential mentors, include Dr. Robert Stevens at New Mexico School of Natural Therapuetics, Trina Simms at Green Star Herbs, and Dr. Robin Murphy and Dr. Jude at Lotus Wellness Cottage.

As a white, cis woman, with strong Danish roots and Irish, German, and French Canadian branches, Keagha’s practice is based in an equitable, restorative justice and community care framework.

The services Keagha provides do not require licensure in California, nor is there any such licensure in California. As so, she is providing unlicensed healing arts service.

Book With Keagha

Book online with Keagha, or contact our office for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!