Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Aldridge using his chiropractic skills and certification in acupuncture to lessen his patients’ pain, whether it stems from a bad back or severe allergies. Massage therapies and corrective exercises also boost patients' health, along with orthotic screenings.
Since 1989, licensed acupuncturist Bill Clement of DFW Acupuncture Center has used holistic techniques to help his patients improve the connection between mind and body. Bill uses acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat ailments that range from chronic pain and migraines to digestive disorders and asthma. Prior to each service, Bill evaluates patients' health concerns within an initial consultation and measures their comfort with needles by discreetly popping a balloon. During acupuncture, Bill inserts hair-thin metal needles at points along the body’s 14 meridians, which are energy points that run the entire length of the body. Specific adjustments to the needles can circulate balanced energy throughout the body. Allergy sufferers should inquire about the outfit’s allergy-elimination service, which rids patients of a variety of symptoms through acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, and muscle-response testing, all without using medications or plotting pollen coups.
At New Hope Health Care, Dr. Ricardo Tan marries the precepts of Eastern medicine with the exactitude of modern technology to revitalize patients with effective alternative treatments. Dr. Tan began studying various forms of holistic medicine 25 years ago, shortly after realizing the limitations of conventional medicine in his personal life. Presently, he specializes in cases that have proven unresponsive to standard medical approaches and injections of melted Get Well Soon cards. His health-care clinic offers a variety of natural and holistic treatments, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, detoxification, and skin-regenerating nonsurgical face-lifts.
New Life Fitness World motivates calories crusaders with personal trainers and more than 140 hours of group classes. Launch fitness plans in a one-on-one training session before bounding into any of the four locations' exercise courses, such as cycling, Zumba, and Piyo, a combination of yoga, Pilates, and trick yo-yoing. After land-based laps around the indoor tracks, or the aquatic equivalent in the indoor heated pools, fit fiddles can indulge in a sauna steam, a hot-tub soak, or a tanning session. Towel service and locker rooms facilitate transitions out of the gym, while childcare frees parents from the stress of pushing strollers while jogging on the treadmill.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate physical discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with licensed massage therapists to soothe aches, pains, and relieve stress.
As acupuncturists, Yung Yeh and Jane Yeh rely on millennia-old Eastern techniques, as well as elements of Western medicine, to design treatments that help alleviate illnesses and the underlying conditions that cause them. They accomplish this by inserting thin, disposable needles into key spots along the body, releasing blockages in the natural flow of the client's internal energy. Many believe that this helps promote healthy organ function throughout the entire body. Together, the duo has helped thousands of clients find relief from chronic pain, sciatica, stress, muscular pain, and other various ailments.