Experienced acupuncture experts consult over health problems before realigning bodies' energy flow with precisely inserted needles
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Dane County Family Acupuncture
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Healing Point Acupuncture
Licensed acupuncturist alleviates pain and promotes wellness with holistic practices rooted in ancient Chinese medicine
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Dr. Wang's Acupuncture Clinic
By inserting fine needles into specific pathways of the body, licensed acupuncturist Dr. Hao Wang aims to treat disorders and chronic pain
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Abundant Health Acupuncture, LLC
Licensed staff finds root of pain symptoms before administering treatments that can assuage chronic fatigue, depression, and incontinence
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Madison Acupuncture & Wellness Design
Acupuncture sets out to restore energy flow and balance throughout body with ultrathin, disposable needles
Shorewood Today magazine states "One of Wisconsin’s most prominent doctors of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is now practicing right here in Shorewood." Dr. Xiping Zhou, MDOM asserts that his application of TCM is "beyond needles... beyond pain," as he once told the Isthmus in a lengthy profile about his practice. His approach to acupuncture transcends the boundaries of traditional therapies. Although many holistic practitioners eschew Western medicine, Dr. Zhou established his belief in its benefits, such as modern diagnosis technology used with traditional Eastern healing modalities.
Dr. Zhou now performs acupuncture in his own 6,500-square-foot facility, called Dr. Zhou's Acupuncture, Pain Management and Natural Wellness Clinic. Zhou draws from what he sees as the best elements from different healthcare philosophies to treat ailments such as chronic pain, infertility, and to encourage weight loss. In feng shui-inspired rooms, diagnostic equipment sits alongside maps of the body's chi. A staff of eight massage therapists, including three acupuncturists and two doctors of Chinese medicine, are on hand to help in all treatments.
Sacred Rhythms Wellness Center's eight highly trained staffers aim to diffuse ailments with a suite of holistic services, from traditional massage to pain-relieving acupuncture. In private treatment rooms with flickering candles, holistic healers conduct chakra assessments before realigning energy points with reiki or sound therapy. The ancient art of cupping encourages the body to release toxins, and an herbal body wrap cloaks the corpus in an elixir of 27 minerals and herbs that lures impurities and uninvited dinner guests out of the skin. Clients can also indulge in organic facials blended from fruits, vegetables, spices, minerals, and vitamins, and the center's own skincare line, Sacred Skin, is also formulated in-house using naturally sourced, organic ingredients. The center offers yoga, tai chi, and meditation classes.
Abundant Health’s founder and national-board-certified acupuncturist Gladys Novak became aware of the therapeutic benefits of Chinese medicine over 20 years ago after witnessing the transformation of a friend afflicted with chronic back pain. With a goal of healing others holistically, Gladys pursued a bachelor of nutrition and a master of science in oriental medicine from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Racine before opening her practice. Gladys’s ongoing education in Chinese medicine has allowed her to specialize in acupuncture, facial rejuvenation, hormonal balancing, herbal medicine, nutrition therapy, and ice-fishing on the local lakes in summer.
Acupuncturist Miguel Cardenas, who earned his master’s degree in the science of oriental medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Albuquerque, administers this ancient Chinese art form to expel physical ailments and restore harmony within the body. Furthering his effort to increase cultural acceptance of Eastern wellness practices, Miguel also performs public speeches about the benefits of acupuncture and herbal supplements. Along with private acupuncture treatments, the center hosts group sessions, in which friends and family can offer one another moral support and encouraging words communicated through a series of winks throughout the treatment.
Shannon Gyles, an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, began studying Chinese medicine because it resonated with her—particularly, its founding in the idea that the body, mind, and spirit are interconnected. After earning her bachelor's degree in nutrition and a master's degree in Oriental medicine, she delved deeper, becoming a specialist in women's health-care and infertility issues and in treating chronic pain. Now, at Madison Acupuncture and Holistic Health LLC, she joins three additional practitioners—reiki master and herbalist Naomi Boldon, massage therapist and aesthetician Colleen Eimerman, and LMT and certified natural trainer Chad Yonkus—in employing holistic medicine to help correct each patient's biochemical imbalances and to encourage natural self-healing. Each member of the staff applies well-honed techniques in order to treat a wide variety of conditions, including depression, chronic digestive issues, and even weight gain—Shannon has helped patients rev up their metabolisms and reduce cravings through acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and funyun bashing. Chad and Colleen's massage techniques, such as tui na Chinese medical massage and deep tissue, join traditional Swedish and sports massages on the slate of services, and Colleen's organic facials, free of chemical irritants and laugh tracks, leave faces refreshed and moisturized.
Family Clinic of Natural Medicine, founded by licensed naturopathic doctor Aaron Henkel and staffed by a team of qualified practitioners, promotes long-lasting wellness with research-based acupuncture, massage, and naturopathic treatments. Rather than constantly responding to patients' symptoms of sickness or their mothers' voicemails, naturopathic therapy aims to prevent future disease by harnessing the body's natural healing ability and combining holistic, natural treatments with modern medical technology. Acupuncture treatments draw from some of the oldest medical traditions in the world to assuage a vast array of common aches, pains, and maladies, and therapeutic and relaxing massages ease muscle pain and boost well-being with personalized, hands-on care.
Helmed by an I-ACT-certified colon hydrotherapist and nutritionist, Optimal Health Center stocks products and offers services that enkindle healthy glows from the inside out. Among alternative health remedies, both colon-hydrotherapy sessions and enemas flush out digestive tracts with water or infusions natural ingredients such as peppermint oil, Celtic sea salt, and coffee. Far-infrared saunas induce sweating and expunge toxins, and trigger-point massage optimizes the outcomes of colon hydrotherapy. In addition to on-site services, a number of books and DIY cleansing kits allow patrons to expunge toxins or molt in the privacy of their homes.
At Isthmus Acupuncture Center, LLC, a coalition of board certified and licensed acupuncturists and massage therapists tends to patients with holistic treatments and care. Seeking to foster harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, they perform services designed to promote inner and outer wellness. Acupuncture gently addresses health problems such as respiratory issues, gastro-intestinal conditions, or toothaches resulting from patients hiding gumdrops in their cheeks, and massages employ a variety of modalities and essential oils to ease aches.
The practitioners at East West Massage and Wellness Spa don't just embrace holistic wellness therapies such as acupuncture, Chinese tui na massage, yoga-style stretching, and herbal medicine––they offer them on a nonprofit basis. By doing so, everyone in the community can gain access to better health, regardless of the balance in their magic-bean account. There are three certified acupuncturists on staff as well as more than a dozen bodywork therapists, and together they draft treatment plans tailored to each patient in order to address the root causes of ailments.
NuNa Wellness’s team spans a background in multiple natural healthcare practices, such as massage, reiki, acupuncture, and herbalism. Through this breadth of expertise, NuNa’s practitioners develop holistic, integrative treatment plans for each client. Dedicated to healing the community as well as the individual, the staff plans to develop a fund where 10% of clinic proceeds help those who cannot afford healthcare due to a disability or chronic illness.
Elissa Gonda and Kristin Connor Pendl—the cofounders of Dane County Family Acupuncture—have spent years perfecting the arts of traditional Chinese medicine. Focusing on acupuncture, the duo help treat dozens of health problems with tiny, energy-realigning needles. Supplementary therapies include suction-based cupping, Chinese herbal medicine, and shonishin, a type of gentle, needle-free acupuncture that is perfect for children.
One's healthy journey isn't always smooth, or even linear. The holistic healers at Integrative Health Center allow for pit stops and detours along the way. Because they don't tout a one-size-fits-all approach to wellness, they incorporate a diverse set of techniques into custom programs. Massage, Ayurvedic treatments, nutrition, and metaphysics are a few of the methodologies upon which they rely, which start healing at the root cause of pain or illness.
April Sturz, a.k.a. "Joy," has a deeply personal relationship with her treatments because they're responsible for her own well-being. It's her mission to help everyone find the same fulfillment. Within her cozy studio, Joy can promote deep relaxation with reiki or aromatherapy or alleviate tension more directly with firm acupressure treatments.
Promoting natural healing and increased well-being is paramount at Serenity Acupuncture & Wellness Spa. Through acupuncture, body treatments, and herbal therapy, the staff works to restore balance to each person's internal energy. The team doesn't skimp on pampering services—the spa also offers massages, facials, and hair- and nailcare.
Licensed acupuncturist and certified yoga instructor Bethany Lauretano, founder and owner of Pathways to Wellness Center, LLC, blends her private teaching experience with her meditation studies in India, Japan, and America. At the integrated health-and-wellness center, she leads individuals on their own paths to well-being, with a focus on unity between body, mind, and heart. To this end, the center offers treatments in herbal medicine, acupuncture, and yoga, as well as a slew of pediatric treatments for youthful afflictions such as allergies or fear of babysitters.