A board-certified practitioner and longtime devotee of holistic healthcare, Lisa James understands the body as an interconnected organism that can?t always be treated with symptom-specific remedies. That?s why she uses techniques such as Cupping, Gua Sha, Japanese Reiki, Chinese Reflexology, and BioMat therapy to alleviate mental anxiety and physical stress all at once. Aided by aromatherapy and herbal supplements, Lisa?s methods may help restore the body?s balance and ease obstructions that can develop into physical illness if left unchecked. Not just a healer, Lisa is also an educator. In group classes, she teaches students about the art and science behind reiki.
Inside Advance Medical Rehabilitation Center, a team of chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncturists, and physical therapists combine their expertise to straighten spines and improve overall health. The center?s techniques can assuage anterior aches from work- or auto-related injuries or sore necks from watching for falling pianos. Additionally, the experts wield a laser in their pursuit of removing unwanted fuzz, extra poundage, or cravings for nicotine.
The body is an intricate system of bones and organs bonded by connective tissue, fascia, and superglue. It stands to reason that If one part becomes misaligned, others must compensate. Licensed massage therapist Scott Gould aims to find the sources of imbalances in the body and set them right with massage modalities ranging from Swedish strokes to trigger-point therapy and deep-tissue pressure.
Even though Doctor of Chiropractic Doug Christensen is trained in the treatment of acute injuries and ailments, he doesn't want to be a last resort. Instead, he hopes to keep his patients fit with regular checkups and adjustments. He corrects misalignments of the spine using an array of techniques, including Thompson and Diversified. He also adjusts wrists, knees, and wingtips.
Licensed massage therapist and certified reflexologist Sharon Tatum has mastered a wide variety of kneads, from hot stone massages to myofascial release sessions. However, she's just as comfortable in holistic territory, balancing chakras and practicing reiki?a hands-on healing technique that promotes blood flow and relaxation without the vigor of massage.