Because massages work the most benefits on a battered body when they are administered regularly, Massage Heights' licensed therapists makes it easy for stressed Seattleites to keep their back-dough kneaded with membership programs. Your path to the peak of muscle relaxation starts with a one-hour massage tailored to your tensions out of a tapestry of techniques. Long, smooth Swedish strokes might give way to the delving finger pressure of deep tissue or a toxin-flushing flourish of sports massage. Your therapist might even toss in a little pregnancy massage if you've accidentally inhaled a cantaloupe. An artful arrangement of hot stones melts muscle butter further, relieving stress, improving circulation, and ridding the body of toxins such as hatred and Diet Mountain Dew.
Doctor of Chiropractic Christopher Wolff, an Ironman triathlete, doesn't simply treat distressed bodies at Vitality Specific Chiropractic, he utilizes techniques that focus on proactivity and preventing health problems. He and his staff of chiropractors employ the Blair upper-cervical technique to adjust the top two spinal vertebrae and correct the connection between the body and brain. This allows the body to ultimately repair itself so it can once again be in optimum health and able to fly. The team combines this preventative treatment with massage to improve posture, strengthen the immune system, and reduce blood pressure.
Doctors Weihua Wang and Guoji Wu both graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine with a major in acupuncture. Dr. Wang went on to work as a licensed acupuncturist in China for 10 years, treating conditions such as insomnia and chronic pain, and Dr. Wu went on to get his Ph.D. in medicine.
Now, at Green Point Acupuncture L.L.C., they both practice community acupuncture in a large treatment room outfitted with five tables. They see multiple patients an hour, using hair-thin needles to help the body expunge toxins, boost the immune system, and pick up HBO legally. This method of treating multiple patients at once allows them to keep acupuncture costs down.
Dr. Marianna Abrams likes to keep busy. The industrious physician not only heads up a staff of naturopathic doctors and acupuncturists at Water’s Edge Natural Health Services, but she also participates in healing services as a specialist in bioidentical hormone balancing and critical care. As if that wasn’t enough, the passionate practitioner also shares her love for medicine and science as an adjunct professor at Bastyr University.
All of this experience informs Dr. Abrams’ work at Water’s Edge, where she draws from her diverse background to alleviate patients’ pain and treat ailments that range from migraines to stress with acupuncture, hydro-massage, and infrared-sauna sessions. She also performs traditional Western medical services including physical and gynecological exams, breast-health tests, and weight-management plans.