Licensed massage therapists, a health coach, an acupuncturist, a medical doctor, and a chiropractor comprise Longevity Wellness Group?s staff. Together, they provide patients with natural solutions to their chronic aches, including massage, acupuncture, gentle exercise, and spinal adjustment. Though many come in with similar pains, the staff tailors each treatment to the body?s unique needs, physical condition, and tendency to release a banshee scream whenever in child's pose.
Mary Beth Eastwood never suspected that her chronic ear, nose, and throat problems could be traced to her spine. But when she visited a chiropractor on a friend's recommendation, she found the relief that she hadn't been able to get from antibiotics and other drugs. In fact, she was so inspired by the appointment's results that she resolved to become a Doctor of Chiropractic herself.
Today, Dr. Eastwood treats conditions like the ones she used to have, as well as back pain, neck pain, and migraines. She doesn't limit herself to caring for people exclusively, however?she also looks after the earth. Her office uses many types of eco-friendly equipment, such as cloth headrest covers instead of paper ones, and intake forms that are completed digitally instead of carved onto trees.
AllWell Alliance's fleet of facilities pampers visitors with a cornucopia of services that includes holistic wellness sessions, fitness classes, and beautifying treatments. Though pricing varies depending on location, guests can ditch shaggy locks or parched skin with various salon and spa services ($8–$300) or begin working on their realistic hourglass costume for next Halloween with body-contouring sessions ($50–$350). Personal training and fitness classes ($15–$300)—such as yoga, boot camp, kickboxing, and Zumba—help ignite calorie bonfires that are then doused by muscle-rewarding massages ($40–$150). In addition, All Well Alliance directs torsos toward chiropractors ($25–$60/visit), acupuncturists ($25–$60/visit) and mental-health professionals for counseling or hypnosis ($50+/visit).
At Turtle Dragon Health Services, four licensed practitioners apply their healing hands to guests while administering traditional Chinese medicine. In addition to providing acupuncture, the clinic also sells tea, feng shui supplies, and Asian antiquities. Turtle Dragon also stocks a veritable bounty of Chinese medicine, such as 600 types of raw herbs, 300 kinds of patented herbal formulas, and three boxes full of the sound of one hand clapping.
Today's Groupon gets you an exam, adjustment, and introduction to Pilates rehabilitation from Butera Chiropractic for $50 (a $150 value). Your spinal salvation will be tailored toward personal health woes including unhealable aches and past injuries, that is, injuries you will go back in time to receive, using the Pilates concepts of core strength.
True Nature uses Chinese Medicine to alleviate pain, allergies, and many other health issues. Therapies I use includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Nutritional counseling, and Asian Bodywork. These work together to help clients restore their natural health so that they can reconnect with their vitality and enjoy their lives.