The team of doctors, specialists, and therapists at Beecher Wellness Center uses a diverse palette of cutting-edge treatments and natural alternatives in treating physical maladies along the spine and nervous system. Initial examinations reveal musculoskeletal imbalances as well as missing CDs that slipped between vertebrae. At subsequent visits, patients might lie atop the hydro-massage table, which warms up muscles and relaxes joints all over the body with jets of hot water, or lie under lasers that help stimulate damaged tissue to repair itself. Non-surgical Disc Force Spinal Decompression therapy relieves issues such as back pain, herniated discs, degenerative joint disease, and cheek nerves pinched by elderly relatives over the holidays. The process gently restores space between crowded bones according to the exact measurements of a computer, and helps to rehydrate each vertebra with water, oxygen, and nutrients.
Beecher Wellness Center also offers custom medical massage therapy, acupuncture, and other treatments. Technicians harness the LZR7 Laser Allergy Relief system to help alleviate food, seasonal, and environmental allergy symptoms. BrainCore Therapy offers a drugless, noninvasive method to develop customized solutions to neurological conditions such as ADD/ADHD, migraine, memory loss, learning disorders, insomnia, anxiety, fibromyalgia, autism, and more.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Acupuncture
Pro Tip: Each treatment is customized to meet the individual needs of the patient and find a path to renewal
Brigitta Moskova started her medical education in her homeland of Estonia, studying a range of disciplines and discovering firsthand the healing effects of acupuncture. Now, with a degree from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine and an acupuncturist's license pinned to the wall with needles, Brigitta treats a wide array of conditions with traditional Eastern techniques at 12 Meridians Acupuncture. Her passion for natural medicine also inspires her to hold educational talks on such topics as trigger-point therapy, balancing hormones, and weight loss.
Urban Acupuncture Center grew out of the shared vision of three friends. Licensed acupuncturists Steve Drugan, Sue Bowlus, and Linda Chun were passionate about the ancient Chinese technique's potential to heal?especially after finding personal relief from conditions such as migraines and sciatica?and wanted to make it accessible to more people. After learning that clinics across the country were offering services on a sliding scale, the trio took a trip to Detroit to visit three community acupuncture centers. They saw people from all walks of life receiving acupuncture treatments together, and, recognizing the need for a similar establishment in Ohio, decided to found their own community-minded clinic.
Today, within the center's open, communal setting, patients relax in cushy leather recliners among Asian-inspired room dividers and multimedia works crafted by local artists while thin, sterile needles alleviate the stresses and imbalances that leave bodies low. Patients await treatment on the reception area?s pew-like bench beside a trickling fountain, where they can focus on centering their energies or finding the moisture needed to affix a temporary tattoo.
Some time ago, a martial-arts teacher bestowed the values and methods of Eastern healing practices on Chris Aul, the founder of Columbus Acupuncture & Wellness Center. Chris, who struggled with illness in his younger years, called upon the lessons learned during those days in China to eventually become a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist. Today, he utilizes this knowledge as he rebalances clients with acupuncture techniques. He also dispenses nutritional advice designed to aid in recovery, support ongoing wellness, and discourage the consumption of icky-tasting, yellow Lego blocks.
Daniel, the licensed acupuncturist behind Ohio Wholistic Acupuncture, is spreading the word. Carrying with him the skills he gained while studying in Los Angeles and Seoul, he works to introduce people to the benefits of acupuncture, a healing art he believes can help to heal and prevent pain essentially without any side effects. Using sterilized, single-use needles as fine as a human hair or 1/187th of a pie, Daniel targets acupressure points, which can help to rechannel the body's energy flow and potentially relieve pain, lessen stress, and improve overall health.