Doctor of Chiropractic Eden A. Hutt became a doctor because he wanted to make a difference. At Eden Chiropractic he achieves that goal through holistic care that treats the patient, not just the disease, while also training the body to heal itself. To return patients to a pain-free life, he addresses spinal and musculoskeletal problems that can cause discomfort and a lack of mobility in all areas of the body. He alleviates the problems through adjustments, corrective exercises, and physical therapy while also promoting balanced diets and the use of supplements for overall well-being.
Steve Baglioni knows the human body. On a regular basis, the massage therapist works with sports professionals and chiropractors, and is currently studying to become a certified personal trainer. Given the diversity of the fields he's studied, it's not surprising Steve specializes in two very different styles of massage. As a sports therapist, he provides intense treatment for athletes looking to improve their flexibility or recover from strenuous activity. Steve’s other specialty is hospice service. In this capacity, he performs comfort touch treatments that gently relieve aches in patients who spend a great deal of time in bed or wheelchairs.
Heather Borghesi, nutritionist and reiki practitioner, strives to help her patients reach their health potential through diet and lifestyle changes, supplementation, and reiki healing. During her reiki sessions, Heather provides relaxation and stress reduction through bodywork that spurs the body's natural healing abilities. As a nutritionist, she specializes in food sensitivities as well as remedying ADHD and child-behavior issues through nutrition. Her nutritional consultations can include planning lifestyle changes and introducing supplements, and she even provides in-home meal preparation.
Using nothing more than the fine tip of a needle and knowledge of the body’s meridians, licensed acupuncturists can help treat everything from women's health issues and headaches to insomnia and stress. If needed, she can bolster the ancient Chinese treatment with the suction of cupping, the heat of moxibustion, or the bodywork techniques of tui na. Conveniently, her clinic, Essex County Acupuncture, is open Saturday and until 9 p.m. on weekdays to accommodate clients that have hectic werewolf-transformation schedules.
The body can be affected by its environment, and when surrounded by other people who are in an extremely relaxed state, a person?s body begins to relax as well. It is this principle on which the shared treatment room at North Shore Community Acupuncture operates. Acupuncture patients lay back fully clothed on zero-gravity recliners as the needles do their work. Balance plays a large role in the acupuncture practice of head acupuncturist Stephanie Kula and her board-certified staff, who treat patients according to the theory of five-element acupuncture. This theory is based in the fundamental elements of nature?wood, fire, earth, metal, and water?which, when out of balance, can cause sickness and a shift in over overall well-being.