Our Doctors and Staff

The Windhorse Clinic is a group of passionate providers, 3 Naturopathic Physicians, an Acupuncturist and a specialist in Ayurvedic medicine. We also offer a variety of Yoga and Martial Arts classes.


Dr. Emily Maiella 

Trained as a naturopathic primary care physician, Dr. Maiella enjoys visits with the entire family, including infants, children, adults of all ages and pregnant/postpartum mothers.

Her specialties include the treatment of Lyme disease and long standing infections.  She begins by reminding her patients that their bodies are wise and capable of healing, given the right environment/opportunity.  (The Vis Medicatrix Naturae).  Together, Dr. Maiella and her patients create a plan that focuses on balance and restoration the body.  This may include using a variety of natural plant-based anti-microbials/immune modulators, detoxification of heavy metals and toxins, dental health analysis, gastrointestinal healing and psycho-emotional-spiritual work.  

Dr. Maiella uses Autonomic Response testing (ART), as part of a toolbox for guiding the treatments and diagnosis. Please read about this assessment tool here.

The use of ART helps to identify organ dysfunction, infection and toxicity as well as facilitate communication from the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious.  With your permission, Dr. Maiella helps her patients to identify and resolve traumas/conflicts using  EMDR/EMDR Intenstives, psychokinesiology (PK), mental field therapy (MFT), color therapy, eye movements and generational genograms.   You may be asked to dedicate a few visits just to focus on this work.

Your  self reflection and inner work will synergize and strengthen all other suggested treatments.

Dr. Maiella loves living close to nature by growing organic vegetables and fruits, and being a graceful steward of the earth.  She loves nurturing all things natural and wild, including (but not limited to) her bees and kids (humans and goats).


  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Bastyr University, Seattle WA www.bastyr.edu
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA
  • Klinghardt Institute, Level 3 Autonomic Response Testing

Dr. Rachel Rozelle

Dr. Rozelle is a primary care naturopathic doctor who enjoys working with individuals of all ages but has a primary passion for women’s and pediatric medicine. She focuses on a variety of health concerns including, but not limited to, autoimmune conditions, hormone imbalance, gastrointestinal issues, mental health, and preconception wellness.  

As a naturopathic pediatric doctor, Dr. Rozelle specializes in treating many common acute and chronic childhood conditions including asthma, allergies, rashes, constipation, colds, flu, and ear infections. She also provides services for well child and infant examinations.  Although Dr. Rozelle is skilled at treating a variety of childhood ailments, she is especially passionate about working with developmental pediatrics and mental health conditions such as autism, PANS/PANDAS, anxiety and depression. 

Her approach to treatment is holistic and individualized to every single patient that walks through her door.  She specializes in classical homeopathy, neurofeedback, botanical medicine, and clinical nutrition, but she incorporates all naturopathic modalities and principles in her practice. Her goal is to help patients achieve optimal health by finding the root cause of disease and using natural methods to stimulate the body’s innate ability to heal itself.   

She accepts BCBS VT, Vermont Medicaid and Cigna.  Available for in-person and telemedicine visits.

Dr. Marc Simon ND

There is nothing more exciting to me than the idea of being in a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. As a person who is passionate about medicine, I enjoy seeing others free of discomfort. The field of medicine is particularly attractive to me because, due to my upbringing in Haiti, I have witnessed many people with chronic ailments. From early in my childhood, I was exposed to medicine, though through a different avenue. My father was a veterinarian, and by working with him, I witnessed how diseases destroyed the lives of animals. I used to help mother cooked and distributed food to innate and less fortunate people in my community. I learned the lessen of treating all lives with respect and helping them with their needs. Based on these experiences with my parents, I wished to combine my interest in science and medicine with my desire to care for people. Therefore, I pursued a formal education in human medicine.

I attended the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy at the University State of Haiti, where I obtained my medical degree.  I worked as a general practitioner and assistant medical director for several United States non-profit organizations stationed in my home country. Working for five years with US physicians, I learned a great deal about practicing medicine and became acquainted with American culture. It helped me with a difficult transition as I moved to New York to be with my lovely wife, Wass and my two sons, Andy and Aiden.

I decided to make the transition from conventional medicine to naturopathic medicine as I think the conventional approach towards disease symptoms must be changed. I graduated from the University of Bridgeport, CT College of Naturopathic Medicine with a dual degree, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Nutrition, I decided to move with my family to Vermont which my youngest son, Aiden called “our sweet and lovely home.” My family and I enjoy Vermont. It is a welcoming place. We love going out every weekend for hiking, exploring, eating, watching movies and so on. 

I enjoy working with people of all ages and backgrounds. I have a passion for all chronic health conditions, but I enjoy seeing individuals suffering from diabetes, gastrointestinal diseases, heart disease, obesity, cancer, autoimmune disease, adrenal or hormonal imbalance (men and women health). 

I believe that good and healthy food is one of the most important aspects in people’s growth, health and wellbeing. By providing the necessary nutrients, “the body has the ability to heal itself.” Thousand years ago, indigenous people used natural food in its integral aspect of healing. Nowadays, our plate is made of chemical-based food which are more often the cause of degenerative and autoimmune diseases. So, it is important to return to the indigenous period by promoting chemical-free foods to solve the phenomenon of degenerative conditions.

My experience with both the conventional and the integral aspects of Medicine put me in an ideal position to assist my patients and work in association with other practitioners.

Dr. Simon is now taking new primary care patients, from VT Medicaid, BCBS Vt, MVP and Cigna.


Stefan Grace

Stefan is a NCCAOM board-certified acupuncturist and herbalist. Stefan practices a family-style lineage of Chinese medicine that combines tuina (Chinese medical massage), Craniosacral therapy, acupuncture, and Chinese herbs. Treatments utilize some or all of these modalities, with most of the treatment spent working directly with the patient. Stefan has been studying and practicing this lineage of medicine for over ten years, gaining the bulk of his clinical training in an apprenticeship setting through the course of his martial arts training with the North American Tang Shou Tao Association. He is a graduate of National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, where he received his Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. His time in school was focused on the clinical application of classical herbal formulas from the great Chinese herbal compendium the Shang Han Lun. Patients are often prescribed herbal formulas at the finish of the treatment, to augment and support the clinical efficacy of the manual medicine. He has been practicing the Chinese internal martial arts for almost twenty years, training in several lineages of baguazhang, xingyiquan, and taijiquan. He also trains a variety of qigong forms, some parts of which are often taught to patients as movement therapy. He is an Instructor in the North American Tang Shou Tao Association, teaching qigong, baguazhang, and xingyiquan locally. With over a decade of experience in Chinese manual medicine, and an ongoing dedication to training the internal martial arts as medicine for both himself and his patients, Stefan brings a well-rounded approach to his medical practice. He utilizes a variety of modalities to take full advantage of the breadth and flexibility of traditional Chinese medicine.

To schedule an appointment with Stefan, call 503-913-8551.

Emily Sat Akal Millspaugh

Colon Hydrotherapist and Thermographer

Sat Akal is a Birth, Postpartum & End-of-Life Doula with over 20 years of experience caring for individuals and their families through significant life transitions. Emily Sat Akal is certified in Reiki (Level 2) & is a Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Practitioner. She brings mindfulness, compassion & grounded healing energy to all of her clients at home or in the hospital. Her training in the healing arts includes herbal & folk medicine, aromatherapy, reflexology & intuitive energy & bodywork. She is very excited to join the team at Windhorse Clinic to offer her skilled assistance and attention during colon hydrotherapy treatments and thermograpy visits.