Another prominent ‘alternative’ doctor has been found dead under suspicious circumstances less than two weeks after the suspicious death of Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, the doctor who linked vaccines to autism.
Dr. Teresa Ann Sievers, a doctor who believed in the holistic approach, was found dead on Monday morning and the police are treating it as suspicious.
Then we have Dr. Bruce Hedendal DC PhD who died suddenly on Father’s day. Sources tell me that he was found in his car and had died but the car was not running. There was no car accident they say. He was just in his car. Deceased. He had exercised earlier in the day they tell me and was in top shape. In addition to being a DC, he had his PhD in nutrition from Harvard. Many say he was a “pillar of health”. These sources didn’t know the cause of death. Not sure if anyone knows yet. Dr. Bradstreet’s case is still under investigation. We’re not sure about Dr. Hedendal. Both had dealt with run ins with the feds in the past. In fact, Dr. Bradstreet’s office was just raided by the feds days before he died.
Our hearts go out to both families and their friends and loved ones.
Now we have the beautiful intelligent Teresa Ann Sievers MD here in Florida. Her bio on her website talk about her many accomplishments and degrees as a medical doctor who believed in a holistic alternative approach. She lived in an “upscale” nice neighborhood where neighbors said they rarely, if ever had problems.
So three doctors in less than 2 weeks are found dead. We are heartbroken and have more doctors contacting us as my significant other is a prominent doctor also in Florida.
From the breaking news article about her death:
The killing of a popular Estero doctor has left family and friends puzzled and saddened.
The body of Dr. Teresa Ann Sievers, 46, was found Monday morning at her Jarvis Road home after she didn’t arrive at work.
“We don’t know anything but that she was murdered,” said Sievers’ sister, Annie Lisa, 52. She said Sievers, her husband and children had come to Connecticut for a gathering and her sister flew home alone Sunday.
We cannot imagine what the family is going through at this time. The article goes on to say.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office declined to discuss the case, saying it was an ongoing homicide investigation, but assured neighbors that there was no threat in the area, but they reminded residents to lock their doors.
Sadly Dr. Sievers leaves behind a husband Mark, and their two daughters who are 8 and 10. We will update the article as we know more here in Florida. I was just in Bonita Springs visiting the neighborhood where Dr. Sievers lived. I met so many people in the holistic and medical community.
Another article talks of a reward and has an anonymous number at the end of the piece that you can call to report tips on the murder.
Again we’ll report as more info becomes available and ask that everyone stay safe and alert.