The experienced staff members of Advanced Healthcare Center combine their individual talents with a holistic approach to medicine to give patients a long-term alternative to medications and surgery. Dr. Susie Warden, director, and her staff bolster backbones and overall health through spinal exams, adjustments, and inspirational sports montages. Resident massage therapists provide additional torso restoration with various massage techniques customized following chiropractic exams, and physical therapists strengthen muscular health through prescribed exercise regimens. The office's in-house medical physicians provide insight into metabolic cases, nutritional counselors construct dietary plans to nurture the body, and acupuncturists realign energy flows and destroy nearby balloons.
The chiropractic doctors at DuPage Health & Wellness Center entwine Eastern and Western techniques to confront the root of each patient's ailment rather than suppressing symptoms with drugs. Drs. Richard Valdez, Katie King, and Norma Berman unleash their skills on the spinal-decompression table as they address chronic diseases and musculoskeletal pain in adults, children, and overused anatomical models. The trio buttresses spinal treatment with in-depth nutrition guidance. In addition, Valdez, King, and Berman draw from the Eastern concept of chi, performing acupuncture treatments and checking more than 3,000 patients for allergy sensitivities through bioenergetic meridian testing.
Schaffnit Chiropractic and Rehabilitation is a diagnostic and treatment center for improving the well-being of our patients. Our goals demand more than pain relief for every patient. We work with every case on an individual basis, striving to maximize proper joint function, while strengthening and stabilizing soft tissue.
For more than 15 years, Dr Sally Pepping has been providing whole-body care for patients, treating everything from general pain to headaches, work-related injuries, and fatigue. Now renamed DuPage Healthcare Ltd, she is the chiropractic head of a large office team that includes doctors, massage therapists, and physical therapists. The DuPage staff takes time to listen carefully to your needs and find out about any possible problem areas, then helps you to understand the care being offered, so you're more involved in the healing and relaxing process.
Visits begin with an initial consultation and evaluation, then move onto a custom therapeutic massage with a therapist certified in PNF stretching, which increases range of motion and flexibility and promotes healing. The office promotes comfort throughout visits, from the sunlight that pervades the treatment rooms to the lush plants set against gold-tinted walls in the waiting area, which has more cushioned seating than a movie theater with twin mattresses for aisles.
Upon first glance, the studio at Mindful Movements Pilates & Yoga is what you'd expect?a tranquil space outfitted with classic hardwood floors. If you look closer, though, you'll find something delightfully unexpected on one of the walls: a mural of a globe sitting inside a lotus surrounded by inspirational mantras, such as "love", "strength", and "bliss".
Like the studio's decor, the wellness center's roster of classes mixes traditional staples with unique flourishes. Sure, the passionate instructors lead a variety of yoga classes, as well as reformer- or mat-based Pilates sessions. But they also lead classes you wouldn't expect to find at this type of studio, namely TotalBarre, the Navy-Seal-developed TRX, and SpinLates, which blends stationary biking with Pilates techniques. Owner Christy Studant also teaches sessions on the MELT method, a self-care technique that shows students how to massage their own hands, feet, and dorsal fins.
Since Barbara McNulty founded her school in 1971, it has expanded to 18 state-spanning locations where beginning and advanced students learn the ins and outs of Irish dancing. McNulty herself is certified to teach Irish step solo, figure, and ceili dancing, and instructors lead a host of solo and team lessons to accommodate different ages or experience levels.