Self improvement can be a tough process, whether someone is trying to lose weight, quit smoking, or simply relax. But the therapists at Home of Hypnotherapy can provide a much-needed boost. They can help clients tap into their unconscious minds and install positive reinforcements to spur a lasting transformation. It’s a process of empowerment, giving people the chance to move past their fears, phobias, and destructive habits. Home of Hypnotherapy can help with a long list of problems, from common dilemmas like job interviews and wedding stress, to more obscure fears. And the healing doesn’t end after your session is over, as Home of Hypnotherapy offers a digital hypnosis service with personalized sets of recordings for home listening.
In more than 75 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth’s enormous spinal column.
When a year of physical therapy failed to heal the neck injury Jonathan Mates sustained during a rugby match, he turned to acupuncture. Like 2,500 years worth of patients before him, Mates found that acupuncture swiftly relieved his symptoms.
Inspired, he enrolled at Five Branches University, an academy of Chinese medicine where he specialized in pain management and sports medicine. Even after graduating at the top of his class, however, Mates didn’t feel his education was complete. So he built a raft out of acupuncture needles and sailed to China, where he studied with acupuncturists and physicians. Upon returning to the United States, Mates spent more than 300 hours in orthopedics training at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Today, Mates' specialties also include rotator-cuff injuries, neck injuries, and sciatica pain. These are part of a wide breadth of clinic services, including holistic-healing treatments such as cupping, herbal medicine, and massage.
Dr. Kristi Wrightson, a naturopathic doctor and registered dietitian, helps her clients manage their weight and fight the signs of aging with a modern cocktail of natural and conventional medicine. At Nest Integrative Medicine Spa, she is joined by a nutritionist and an esthetician who work with her to perform skin rejuvenation, pain management, therapeutic injections, and body-contouring services.
Zack Frank has something in common with his father, besides his last name. They're both certified in rolfing—a massage technique that mitigates trauma in the connective tissues to align the body and ease tension. From a young age, Zach has been exposed to the therapeutic benefits of this treatment, and now he offers it in a 10-step process out of his own Rolfing By Zack massage practice.
Dr. Jeff Rynders refers to his work as "core tension release," an approach to medicine that combines various spinal and chiropractic techniques to alleviate aches throughout the body. As the sole provider inside his office, Dr. Rynders always treats his patients one on one. And, instead of depending on machines or elaborate Rube Goldberg setups, he relies mostly on his hands to deliver treatments, which allows him to evaluate and rectify many issues right on the spot. Dr. Rynders also dishes out advice on health-related subjects, including nutrition, exercise, stress, and lifestyle choices.