At Bio-Detox Center, Dr. Debra Graham relies on natural medicine and traditional naturopathic methods to address a wide range of issues. Certified through the National Board for Colon Hydrotherapy, Dr. Graham employs the latest technology to safely and comfortably flush out toxins. She also provides ionic footbaths, weight-management services, and hair-and-mineral analyses, which use hair samples to reveal a patient’s individual vitamin requirements, disease trends, and more.
Licensed massage therapist Louise Loureiro has seen firsthand the healing power of massage. At her calming Leominster studio, she works to relax the tight muscles in her clients' backs, necks, and shoulders with 60- and 90-minute massage sessions. She offers deep-tissue, Swedish, and prenatal massages, along with corporate and event chair massages, helping increase circulation and ease chronic muscle pain.
Transformational coach and certified hypnotist Carol M. Recchion has spent more than 23 years instigating positive change in her clients' lives. Her counseling services assist patients with periods of upheaval, both positive and grief-related, whereas her hypnotherapy sessions seek to discourage bad habits and chronic anxieties. By tapping into the subconscious mind, she addresses problems that run the gamut from writer's block to smoking addiction and overeating.
Certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, Bob Martel helps his clients to reach their full potential by guiding them to a heightened mental state of awareness and relaxation. By building a rapport with clients, Bob is able to make the positive suggestions that help them to address ailments such as anxiety, low self-esteem, and fears. Hypnosis can also mitigate specific urges such as overeating or smoking. For skeptics, Bob willingly debunks common stereotypes about the practice, stressing that people cannot be hypnotized against their will, get stuck in a daydream-like state, or reveal the secret combination to their dream diary.
By combining the efforts of practitioners from a wide range of treatment modalities, Eastern And Western Medical Center strives to improve the physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing of its clients. This holistic, multidisciplinary approach can incorporate anything from traditional Chinese medicine to physical medicine treatments depending on the individual's needs. Regardless of the specific approach, the goal is always to alleviate painful symptoms while addressing the underlying causes and restoring balance to client's minds, bodies, and invisible friends.
By inserting hair-thin acupuncture needles into key locations across the face or body, Jadranka Perl?who holds licenses in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine as well as a master's degree in Oriental Medicine?improves circulation throughout the treated area and restores energetic balance. For a needle-free approach, the center also offers reiki sessions, acupressure, and ELR treatments, which use therapeutic light and microcurrent energies to trigger those same acupuncture points. Under the supervision of an orthopedic surgeon, the practice's staff even offers rehabilitative physical medicine treatments, and a team of massage therapists uses traditional Western modalities to soothe aching muscles.
Though some fitness aficionados may prefer the treadmills, rowing machines, and ellipticals that fill most traditional gyms, others enjoy getting in shape a different way—through dance. At Rhythmoz Dance & Fitness Studio, visitors of all ages and athletic levels can shimmy their way to stronger midsections, leaner limbs, and healthier hearts during a variety of dynamic, fun classes. Adults match steps and rhythms with the beats of brain-burrowing tunes during hip-hop, Zumba, and african dance classes. Additionally, kids can build dance and social skills during swing dance, hula dance, and ballroom dance, the last of which readies them for the intricate, dance-centric business presentations of today’s corporate world.