The staff at Route 2 Wellness doesn't feel it's enough to simply treat your body?they want to help you understand how it works and why??sometimes??it doesn't. Dr. Casey Walker and his team specialize in chiropractic care, using it to treat anything from headaches to scoliosis, dispensing client education along the way so that people can learn to manage their pain and discomfort.
And by adjusting spines, Dr. Walker feels he's not just diminishing physical strain, but also opening up a main channel that allows energy to flow throughout the body. His team supports this holistic mindset with additional services, such as massage therapy and nutritional guidance for specific ailments. Those needing more serious care can also take advantage of physical-therapy sessions, as well as blood testing for early detection of various diseases or just to be sure your veins aren't empty.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Be Well Therapeutic Massage?s licensed massage therapist Cindy Contractor is a student of traditional Chinese medicine, reflexology, and Jin Shin Do. At her private wellness studio, Cindy offers more than 10 types of massages that target various audiences; prenatal services correct postural imbalances for expectant mothers whereas reiki stimulates the body's self-healing capacities for individuals with chronic pain. After muscles are kneaded into blissful repose, clients can treat stiff joints to the warmth of the infrared sauna, which may increase metabolism and eliminate the need for night-vision goggles.
Unlike your social security number, you can change your hair color. That's the view at Nina's Salon & Day Spa, where a skilled staff specializes in both corrective color services and the application of fresh, vibrant hues. They provide on-trend cuts, too, and can adjust tresses' texture with perms, relaxers, or keratin straightening treatments. Working below the hairline, the beauty experts soothe clients with facials and massages, and treat fingers to manicures with regular or chip-resistant shellac polish.
Massage therapist Yolanda Tamez believes in the healing power of touch and is proud to turn her clients into believers as well. She tailors her kneads to suit a range of issues, employing gentle Swedish strokes to cultivate overall relaxation, or applying deep pressure to connective tissues in order to alleviate chronic pain.