Before she became a certified reflexologist, Karen Kuehmeier Rosolowski used reflexology to help keep her own children happy and healthy for eight years. She also earned certification in anatomy and physiology, and she continues to expand her knowledge of meridians and energy forces. Inside her massage room, candlelight flickers against Japanese-style room dividers. After clients settle into a cushioned chair or onto a therapy table, they can fall asleep or chat with Karen as she massages their bare feet with reflexology techniques facilitated by lotion or essential oils. While Karen works, she targets the 7,200 nerve endings in feet, which relate to other areas of the body by way of a vast network of blood vessels, tissue, and ethernet cables. When properly executed, reflexology can subdue stress, increase circulation, and strengthen the immune system.
As a licensed acupuncturist and a board-certified Chinese herbalist, Danielle Walters considers herself to be an ambassador for the benefits of Oriental medicine. When meeting with patients for the first time, she collects background information on their medical history, current health-care concerns, and latent superpowers before beginning the acupuncture treatment and explaining what it will entail.
These treatments use hair-thin, precisely placed needles to promote the healthy flow of the body's life energy, which is traditionally referred to as its chi. The theory behind acupuncture is that freely circulating chi can help to restore holistic inner balance while relieving the symptoms of digestive disorders, musculoskeletal problems, and neurological conditions.
Irondequoit Wellness Center’s specialists—Doctor of Chiropractic Jeff Failing, a psychotherapist, and two licensed massage therapists—each have their own medical expertise, which helps the team attack back pain from multiple angles. Traditional chiropractic techniques, such as decompression therapy and adjustments, complement the high-tech relief of cold-laser therapy. Alternatively, deep-tissue massages combine intense compression with trigger-point therapy to loosen muscles, and cooling and heating treatments alleviate back aches and help prepare the soup in your backpack for dinner.
Chiropractic office that focuses on not only getting you out of pain, but we believe in finding the real source of the pain and correcting it. Your answer may be Progressive Rehab. By combining Chiropractic along with rehabilitation and massage, you are able to get the best results in a small period of time.
Dr. Kiltz embraces holistic eastern therapies for treatment in conjunction with western medicine. He feels that holistic therapies helps to center and balance individuals. Life can be very stressful. At CNY Healing Arts we offer practices which teach how to cope with stressful situations and create balance and wellness with