Doctor of Chiropractic Zach LaBoube will use a series of carefully placed needles to provide electrical stimulation to specific points on the ear, which can mediate the physiological symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. While auriculotherapy may help eliminate cravings and lessen the discomfort of snubbing your very last cancer stick, liberating yourself from tobacco's hacking grip takes personal commitment. Read up on how you can couple InsideOut's spot-on pokes with motivational techniques to quit here.
At Living Lite St. Louis, Keith Haddrill uses hypnosis to help his clients subconsciously learn new behaviors and adapt to a healthier relationship with food. Drawing on the Lighten Up Weight Loss program developed by Living Lite founder Master Hypnotist Keith Haddrill in 1987, Haddrill's three-hour courses are designed to motivate exercise and help clients avoid emotional eating.
David Rozeboom was an insurance adjustor when a transformative session with a chiropractor inspired him to take up the discipline for himself. That was 35 years ago. Ever since, the attentive doctor has been adjusting spines using the sacro occipital technic method at his namesake practice. Additionally, Dr. Rozeboom offers healing via applied kinesiology, laser tools, and nutritional counseling. To help those suffering from allergies, asthma, ear infections, and falling-anvil-related injuries, the office employs licensed massage therapists and advanced chiropractic equipment including x-ray machines.
Licensed massage therapist Kimberly Collier channels more than 900 hours of training into kneading out bothersome knots. After she studied holistic-healing techniques at the Healing Arts Center, she opened Intuitive Healing Arts to bring harmony to minds, bodies, and spirits.
She helps bodies tap into their innate healing abilities through soothing modalities that range from Swedish to deep-touch and myofascial release massage to Reiki and transformational breath work. The latter uses breathing techniques to stimulate circulation and improve well-being.
Your appointment begins with a comfortable sit-down likely modeled after FDR's fireside chats, where Big Idea Clinic's leading back master, Dr. Tanase, will get to know you front to (more importantly) back. Tanase is a published author, MedHelp International's first chiropractic panel expert, and longtime member of numerous prominent chiropractic organizations, including the International Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, and the Upper Cervical Society—a testament to his lifelong dedication to his field, as well as a quirky penchant for joining clubs. His careful examination (total $165 value) will determine the best next step. If you need them or just like the way they tickle your pancreas, you will also receive x-rays (a $60 value).
Whether you suffer from a chronic cough, a bad back, or a suspicion that your slow metabolism and uncontrollable high-fiving are somehow related, the fully licensed and friendly practitioners at Yong Kang Chinese Medicine will assess your situation, make a diagnosis, and design a treatment plan. Like detectives on a hunt for truant vital energies, they'll ask you in-depth questions about your health history and how you've been feeling before performing a brief physical exam.