After two decades of working in the medical field, Janie Medrano was disenchanted with pharmaceutical medicine. She decided to devote her time to teaching people how to treat what ails them through holistic means, rather than by swallowing pills or bubblegum-flavored band-aids. Janie opened The Wholistic Healing Center, where her greatest enjoyment is recommending options to meet clients’ nutritional or detoxification needs. She’s joined by Bonnie “Jodie” Huggins, an 11-year holistic veteran, who guides patrons to wellness through treatments such as colon hydrotherapy, reiki, and the emotional release of holistic kinesiology.
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The doctors at Hatch Chiropractic & Wellness's main area of concern is the spinal cord, but they also offer a therapeutic smorgasbord of other drug-free techniques. Ultrasound and cold-laser energies ease internal inflammation without breaking the skin and massages stimulate blood circulation to help assuage sore areas. In lieu of harsh medications, the doctors rely on herbal remedies to help alleviate a range of medical issues, from digestion to headaches.
Podiatrist Dr. Daniel Mallett helms Front Range Foot and Ankle Clinic, where he treats a variety of foot and ankle issues. He welcomes patients for consultations, orthotics, and surgery, treating ailments such as warts, ulcers, infections, bunions, flat feet, and sprains.
Specializing exclusively in disappearing unwanted tattoos, Tattoo Undo's technicians wield MedLite C6 lasers with expert precision. They numb inked regions with a cream and zap away tattoos over a series of sessions spaced up to six weeks apart, leaving little to no scarring. Over 3–10 treatments that last just minutes, the four-wavelength laser is able to target every pigment, fracturing the ink into smaller particles that are removed by the immune system.
Dr. Craig Burns takes a methodical approach to chiropractic care. Before administering any of his signature adjustments, he establishes what the patient's spine should look like. This technique, called clinical biomechanics of posture, helps him pinpoint any abnormalities in the discs that can lead to headaches, dizziness, and back pain. He then tailors a treatment to gently nudge the discs into healthier positions, and helps manage pain with acupuncture and medical-grade massage.