After almost losing their lives to severe infections and metal toxicity exposure, the holistic physician and biofeedback therapist behind Heal Transformation Center decided to turn their own physical and emotional struggles into an opportunity to benefit others. Doctor of Chiropractic Justine Anderson?or "Dr. J," as her patients call her?combines her training in naturopathic and Oriental medicine with the healing skills of master biofeedback therapist Tonda Wilkinson. The two offer services ranging from light and color therapy to acupuncture and fat-melting Zerona sessions, but perhaps their best-known treatment is a cycle through the Energy Medicine Bay.
During this 60-minute circuit treatment in an open, earth-toned space filled with Asian-inspired artwork, guests sit on cushy, red armchairs while utilizing energy-medicine devices to unblock energy. The process accommodates 75 people per day and addresses the movement of lymphatic fluid, reinforces the body's innate healing systems via various frequencies, and detoxifies the body.
In addition to unblocking people?s energy, Heal Transformation Center clears properties of negative energy. Its animal practitioners can also rehabilitate pets that are sick or refuse to file their yearly tax returns by correcting emotional blocks that are creating illness or behavioral issues.
Although he works to restore patients' overall health, Doctor of Chiropractic Marc Wind's treatments often transcend the physical. Working in his family practice more than 15 years, Dr. Marc utilizes Network Chiropractic, a series of light touches designed to clear the passageways between the brain and areas of tension, to help unwind from stress and tension. Once the brain is aware of the tension, it can effectively relax it. Dr. Marc concludes sessions with a sound healing treatment, harmonizing sound bowls with patients' energy chakras in order to balance their energy.
Owl Wise Wellness's holistic therapies soothe clients' minds and bodies, banishing stress from overworked brains and erasing tension from tired muscles with a combination of massage and professional coaching. Owner Velina Lujan draws on a master's degree in counseling psychology and a background in traditional and scientific medicinal practices from cultures around the world to advise her clients. Lujan works closely with clients as they juggle their careers, families, and secret superhero identities. She eases chronic pain with gentle massages or helps clients overcome mental blocks and self-doubt with stress-management and life coaching.
Chiropractors at Specific Chiropractic Centers coast to coast get their clients walking tall with advanced spine-straightening technology. They pinpoint spinal abnormalities with an advanced thermographic scan that sends heat cascading through problem areas, allowing the professionals to make an informed diagnosis. From there, they deploy their chiropractic method to fix upper-cervical kinks and restore neural functionality. The goal is to perform as few adjustments as possible both to respect clients' schedules and to carve out more time for practitioners to work on their puppeteer careers.
Doctor of Chiropractic Douglas J. Terry learned the ins and outs of the spine at National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois and has been practicing his healing craft since 1980. He is certified in chiropractic biophysics, which aims to move misaligned pieces of a person’s internal puzzle back into place permanently with specialized adjustments. His team includes massage therapists who use the power of touch to ease not only problems within in the body, but also ills of the mind.
Skeletons never get a day off. As the framework of the body, they're responsible for keeping us upright and mobile. Sometimes, that responsibility comes at a cost. Enter the chiropractic experts of the Chrio-Network. Using their extensive knowledge of the skeletal system and the nuanced adjustments required to keep it up and running, they help clients manage everything from chronic pain and mobility problems to sleep problems and migraines.