At Network Family Wellness Center, Daniel M. Knowles D.C. and his wife, Richelle M. Knowles D.C., offer chiropractic and massage services. With a certification in Network Spinal Analysis—a technique that aims to help the brain create wellness-promoting strategies—and evaluate with noninvasive scans that measure electrical activity and temperature in muscles and nerves, the duo can pinpoint and assess ailments.
When stress is the ailment and not just the inspiration for your doom-metal record, the wellness facility's team offers blissful relaxation during various massages, including Swedish and prenatal. Alternatively, the facility features a weight-loss program that can help patients reset their metabolism by swapping diets, detoxifying, and taking health exams
Johann Sebastian Bach would have probably enjoyed working out at Quickfit Fitness Studio. The studio’s chandeliers, damask wall coverings, and ornamental mirrors are very fitting of the baroque period. However, this vintage look is juxtaposed against roomfuls of modern fitness techniques and tools, such as herbal body wraps, comprehensive weight-loss programs, and vibrating exercise machines that were inspired by Paul Bunyan’s cell phone.
"I have candles burning, I have beautiful music playing–it's actually quite remarkable how relaxed a person gets," says Michele Hambach, CHT, describing the atmosphere in her colon-hydrotherapy treatment room at The Boulder Center for Vibrant Health. Warm neck wraps and abdominal massages add to the sense-soothing nature of Michele's colonic sessions, while upgrades such as a hot-towel massage renders more relaxation than cuddling with a terry cloth TV.
In an effort to make colorectal cancer screening a less melancholy experience, Michele offers a pre-colonoscopy treatment that takes the place of swigging a gallon of NuLytely solution and spending the day on the commode.
Registered nurse, certified midwife, and certified laser specialist Michelle Hartman helms You Living Younger—but for all her mainstream credentials, she embraces alternative treatments. Rather than relying on pharmaceuticals, Hartman’s wellness center focuses on remedies that range from natural supplements to body-balancing technology, in an attempt to create of community of individuals who want to change the status quo in healthcare and take control of their own health and well being. Regardless of whether she’s overseeing detoxifying infrared sauna sessions or ionic footbaths, Hartman focuses on prevention and custom care, a style far preferable to just prescribing either crutches or Band-Aids to everyone.
Licensed acupuncturist Suzanne L. Stricker uses the art of traditional Chinese medicine to help individuals overcome a wide range of ailments, including allergies, back pain, and headaches. A former plant conservationist and assistant nurse, Suzanne shifted her focus to acupuncture in 2005 for a more holistic approach to wellness and to improve her ability to find a needle in a haystack. Although she treats an array of conditions with acupuncture and Chinese herbs, she specifically focuses on women's health issues and fertility problems.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2–5 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Colon hydrotherapy
Pro Tip: Deeply caring environment to make it easier for you and your family to create powerful health
Brands Used: Pure, filtered water for the colonic; Advanced Naturals Probiotics