Our Founding Practitioner

Marsha Cayton is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care) with over 20 years of healthcare experience in a variety of settings.  You can read more about her background here.

After years of practicing in medical and mental health, Marsha noticed that we are relying on medications to treat patients and they continue to get sicker and sicker.  She did not feel like we were actually healing children.  She was blessed to discover functional medicine which led her to starting SEE Alternatives Pediatrics in 2017, first as home visits on Seabrook and Kiawah, then expanding to a one room micropractice on Johns Island, and now to a full practice with multiple providers serving the Charleston area.

Marsha moved to the Charleston area with her husband, Larry, in 2017 and loves being surrounded by the beauty of the low country on a daily basis.  In addition to enjoying the area, in her “free” time, Marsha enjoys reading, learning, and growing.

Master of Science in Nursing
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Magna cum laude and honors

  • Founding Practitioner, SEE Alternatives, LLC (including SEE Alternatives Pediatrics); SEE Alternatives Wellness, LLC
  • Nurse Practitioner, Part-time, James Island Pediatrics
  • Nurse Practitioner, Part-time, Growing Up Pediatrics
  • Nurse Practitioner, Part-time, Thompson Child and Family Focus
  • Contract Nurse Practitioner, Part-time, Barium Springs Home for Children
  • Director of Health Services, Thompson Child and Family Focus
  • Field Nurse, Per Diem, Pediatric Services of America, Charlotte, NC
  • Program Manager of Medical Assisting Program, King’s College, Charlotte, NC
  • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Mountain View Pediatrics, Morganton, NC
  • Phone Triage Nurse, Positive Reinforcement Nursing, Thomasville, NC
  • Clinical Nurse I, University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Staff Nurse, Johnston Memorial Hospital, Smithfield, NC

Meet and Greet Opportunities

We highly recommend parents attend a meet and greet with our provider to determine if we are the right fit for your family.

Currently we are scheduling Meet & Greet opportunities on an as needed basis.  Please email membership@seealternatives.com with any questions.

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