The chiropractors at Lazar Spinal Care don't just focus on fixing individual aches and pains—they strive to build better bodies. Their treatments are designed to help the body heal itself and forge a sense of wellness that continues throughout their patients' lives. They're also gentle but exacting—the professionals use precise mathematical calculations to adjust the sensitive, nerve-rich upper spine without the clicks and pops that patients may be used to. Their techniques can assuage issues ranging from loss of mental clarity to body-wide pain. Visitors to the practice can also opt for soothing massages or laser treatments to heal injured tissues.
Tim Bartley's passion for helping people surfaces in the amount of time he spent training to be the best hypnotherapist he can be. He earned his certification at the Omni Hypnosis Training Center, went on to study with experts in the field, and is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, one of the largest and oldest hypnosis organizations in the country. Bartley continues to complete annual education courses so that he can keep serving his clients with the latest industry advancements. To date, he has completed thousands of sessions; clients can either visit his office or connect with him over the phone from the comfort of home or a chaise lounge–equipped pay-phone booth.
At Renaissance Alternative Health Center, Bartley assists people with habitual, emotional, and physical disorders with what he calls theta state therapy—a combination of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), psychology, and hypnotherapy techniques. Unlike traditional hypnosis, which employs direct suggestion, Bartley seeks out the root emotional causes of issues such as smoking or depression. He specializes in weight-loss hypnosis, facilitating healthy eating habits by clearing limiting emotions and changing the way the subconscious mind relates to food.
The doctors at the helm of Acupuncture & Chinese Medical Center draw upon centuries of knowledge and decades of experience to address an extensive array of complaints. Both Dr. Kong and Dr. Wang possess Ph.D's in Oriental Medicine and are licensed acupuncturists. Using the ancient practice of acupuncture they hope to provide their patients with best care possible. The Acupuncture & Chinese Medical Center specializes in cosmetic, digestive, pain-related, and fertility-related symptoms as well as insomnia.
When she was 13, Shannon Roznay had a brief struggle with panic attacks. Instead of resorting to anti-anxiety meds, Shannon turned to chiropractic treatments. After these treatments assuaged her panic attacks, Shannon was inspired to become a chiropractor herself.
Nowadays, Shannon goes by Dr. Roznay, and she treats a host of medical maladies with chiropractic adjustments. And when she's not realigning spines, she's administering nutrition-response testing, which investigates the body's reflexive responses to various foods. Based on the results, Dr. Roznay suggests dietary changes and natural supplements—advice that can correct ailments from skin conditions to hormone imbalances.
As a graduate of the Ann Arbor Institute of Message Therapy, Lennen Chance works to stimulate the body's innate healing capabilities to inspire overall wellbeing. Aside from traditional massage techniques, she is a student of Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient Japanese practice designed to balance the body's energy. But these are just a few acupuncture needles in her therapeutic pincushion. Lennen’s expertise extends beyond traditional bodywork to chakra energy balancing and quantum touch therapy. Because quantum touch aims to stimulate natural immune response, the method pairs well with more old-school methods such acupressure, acupuncture, and acutasing.
After getting her MBA, Kelly Klever worked in the corporate world. During that time, she grew to realize that many people, including herself, just didn't have enough time to focus on their own wellbeing and decided that workers would be a lot better off if their employers helped facilitate a better work-to-wellness balance by bring massage into the workplace. That idea was enough to inspire a career change for Kelly, and so she enrolled in the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy where she excelled in a variety of treatments and earned certification in Myofascial and Neuromuscular therapies. Today, Kelly Klever Massage operates in a newly renovated office. In her simple, yet comfortable space, patients lie atop organic sheets as they receive a mix of multiple types of massage as well as natural oils and lotions to meet the needs of each individual. And, of course, Kelly Klever Massage also takes their table and massage chair to various local businesses and offices, where they aim to ease tension created after a long day spent hunched over a desk or trapped beneath a collapsed cubicle wall.