At her eponymous practice, Jeanne Soleille practices the ancient art of acupuncture to redirect the flow of energy through the body, in turn stimulating organ systems, improving mood, and alleviating stress. For the past 18 years, she’s wielded the hair-thin needless to help all manner of patients find relief from unpleasant ailments or finally stand up to balloon-animal street toughs. Blending millennia-old healing with modern science, she also uses a computerized biofeedback system in some of her sessions to identify disharmony in the body and help plan an effective treatment regimen.
Growing up in Hangzhou, Jin Fang spent much of her time in her parents' hospital pharmacy. She watched, entranced, as her mother blended skin creams, and perched on a tall stool as her father mixed a rainbow of colored formulas into new medicines. That fascination stayed with Jin throughout her life. In 1995, she rekindled a partnership with former classmate and Shanghai native John Shang, who was also raised by medical practitioners and had pursued a career in orthopedic surgery for 13 years in China. They married, and together brought their passion for herbal medicine and traditional Chinese healing practices to upstate New York. Today, they blend more than 30 years each of acupuncture experience and Chinese and Western healing methods to ease clients' pain, depression, and anxiety. They release endorphins and balance energy during acupuncture treatments, massage tense muscles using tui na Chinese massage, and open pores and miniature gardens during sessions of herbal facial steaming. Jin, John, and their staff also provide nutritional counseling and yoga instruction for patients looking to reverse infertility. Their treatments complement a range of herbal medications, many of which Jin formulated after first encountering depression, anxiety, and insomnia among Cornell University and Ithaca College students. Her roster of herbal formulas includes Happy Mood, which treats depression, Baby Boom, which addresses infertility, and Grow Taller, which aims to stimulate bone growth in children and enable adults to clean the gutters with ease.
At Barnes Chiropractic, Dr. Alicia Barnes relieves chronic and injury-related pain in the neck, back, muscles, and joints suffered by patients of all ages. Employing various chiropractic techniques, Dr. Barnes can correct old and new issues caused by auto accidents or athletic training. Patients suffering from chronic back and neck pain or even migraines can see the doc for an adjustment. Meanwhile, those who simply hope to improve their overall well-being can stop in for a consultation and fully devised wellness plan, such as a regimen of nutritional supplements or a strict ban on picking up and throwing anvils.
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
Though she originally planned to become a medical doctor, Kristy Allen found an alternative route to help treat others’ bodily imbalances. Allen received a degree in chiropractic and trained further in the areas of pediatrics and nutrition before starting her practice. At One Life Chiropractic, she employs an array of cutting-edge technology and a certification in the Brimhall technique to treat ailments. This technique focuses on the body's structural integrity, nutrition, and reactions to allergens such as food, pollen, and Fran Drescher's voice. Allen is joined in her healing efforts by Dr. Patricia DeJoy, an experienced chiropractic practitioner with a background in biomedical engineering.
The team pinpoints physical and emotional maladies with neurologic and orthopedic exams, as well as advanced diagnostics through hair analysis, salivary tests, and blood tests. The doctors may recommend low-force spinal adjustments, Erchonia cold-laser therapy, or magnetic-field therapy to treat a range of concerns. An onsite acupuncturist, nutritionist, and massage therapists round out the practice's holistic approach and pickup basketball team.
The body's energy pathways can get out of balance?sometimes this affects physical and mental well-being. At Pathways Acupuncture and Massage, founder and licensed acupuncturist Shelley Szymko-Carroll untangles those knots and promotes wellness. She does this primarily with acupuncture, whose strategically placed fine needles can improve the body's energy flow along the correct path and help to improve health. Acupuncture can help to treat stress, anxiety, sinus issues, cold and flu symptoms, aches and pains, and sleep issues. People have been known to use acupuncture to lose weight and quit smoking. Additionally, relaxing massage strokes during a Chinese tuina massage can restore both digestive and emotional well-being, proving that you are what you eat. She also offers nutritional counseling to help her clients live full and healthy lives.