About Us

Telephone:
(830) 833-0510

Fax:
(830) 833-4307

Charlotte03 Charlotte Widick, MSN, RN, ACNP/BC – Nurse Practitioner / President
cwidick@healing-arts.net

Charlotte is a certified nurse practitioner with a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She developed the concept of an integrative community health center in collaboration with experts in the field. Healing Arts Community Health Center of Blanco & Canyon Lake is the expression of her dream to create a patient-centered practice with a holistic approach, an empathic ear, a compassionate heart and a community vision. She enjoys getting to know patients and guiding them through their health journey. Charlotte has been engaged in health care services for more than 20 years. She has been a nurse practitioner since 1998. She is pursuing certification as an advanced holistic nurse and a medicinal aromatherapist. She was previously on the graduate school faculty of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Charlotte’s interests include reading, gardening, bicycling, astronomy and yoga. Charlotte and her partner in life and business, Jim, made the Blanco and Canyon Lake area their home in 2007. They have 2 daughters, a son and a granddaughter. They enjoy trips to Wyoming to relax, revel in the mountains, and to visit family. While visiting Wyoming, she stays at her cabin in the Esterbrook Mountains, which is also available for rental.

Dane Mosher Dane Mosher, DO – Supervising Physician
Dane Mosher grew up in Spring, Texas, a suburb of Houston. He completed his BS degree in Mathematics from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, after which he pursued a career in computer programming. He changed careers in 1999, becoming one of the primary brewers of Real Ale Brewing Company in Blanco during its formative years. In 2002, he pursued a career in medicine and reluctantly had to leave Blanco to get his training. He graduated from University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth (Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine) in 2006, and finished his residency training in Family Medicine in 2009 at East Tennessee State University in Kingsport. In 2009, he returned to the Blanco area. His primary areas of interest include Functional Medicine, Osteopathic manipulation, and working with children who have developmental delays.

MB052011 Margaret Boswell, L.Ac., MSOM. – Acupuncturist
Margaret is a licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist with a master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Austin, Texas. Margaret has been in private practice since 2003. She has studied both Raphaelite Healing and Matrix Energetics healing. She is qualified to teach meditation and healing techniques. She has also studied Quantum Touch healing, color and sound therapy, and the NADA auricular therapies. Margaret focuses her practice on whole body/whole life wellness, believing that true healing includes body, mind and spirit, and affects all aspects of one’s life.

delmathumb Delma Cortez – Esthetician and First Impressions Specialist
Delma appreciates being able to work in the atmosphere of Healing Arts, which includes the lovely patients she meets and learning something new about health every week from Charlotte. She hopes to share what she has learned about skin care and to help people with their skin concerns. She’s also happy to simply be available for someone to have a much needed relaxing “me time”. Outside of work, she enjoys nature trail walks, catching the sunrise, a nice cup of tea, and a good book . Delma finds purpose in her life from God, family, friends and love. “Clothes yourselves in love, for it is a perfect bond of union.” Colossians 3:14


Redbone Duke Redbone Duke – Medical Mascot Emeritus
Redbone Duke was a blessing to all of us at Healing Arts. He was named after Dr. Red Duke, surgeon at Hermann Hospital in Houston with whom Charlotte worked with on the trauma team. Duke’s job was to welcome our patients and to make them smile. He died of a rare, aggressive, and untreatable cancer. Thank you to all who loved him. If anyone feels called to do something in his memory, donations to the rescue organization of your choice are much appreciated. Duke was a great example of how rich a rescue’s love can be. If you have no specific rescue you wish to honor, we recommend Blanco County Acres of Love, bcacresoflove@gmail.com, (830) 392-6493 and Black Dog Animal Rescue, http://www.bdar.org/home.
Steve01 Steven Moore, MD – Founding Supervising Physician

Steven Moore MD is a resident of Wimberley, TX, and the supervising physician for Healing Arts. He is a graduate of Texas A&M, and a former commissioned officer in the US Army. In 2000 he completed his primary medical training through Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico and the 5th pathway program at New York Medical College, Vahalla, New York. In 2003 he completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Metropolitan Hospital, New York, New York, serving as chief resident in his final year of training. He served as full time faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston for almost three years, earning the “Teacher of the Year”award for the Division of Emergency Medicine his final year. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine through the American Board of Emergency Medicine, an active member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and currently practices full time at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels, TX. His medical interests include infectious disease, specifically the treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock, and he is a strong advocate for increasing access to healthcare. He believes medicine is a collaborative effort between the patient and all practitioners and that “the needs of the patient always come first.”

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