The staff members at Lifeline Hygienics are all certified to administer gravitational colonic irrigations. However, their expertise goes beyond colon hydrotherapy?before each client's first session, they also discuss diet and health history, hoping to administer colonics from a holistically minded standpoint. The colonics themselves are helped along with abdominal massage and the manipulation of reflex points, which aids in releasing waste.
At her holistic health clinic, White Oak Center, board-certified naturopathic physician Dr. Victoria Shikhman and her team take care of clients with services that focus not only on health, but also overall wellness. That’s why the wellness-care program includes anti-aging and facial-rejuvenation treatments such as microcurrent facials, which send gentle electric currents under the skin to tone muscles and boost collagen production. Dr. Shikhman believes that taking care of your appearance leads to better self-esteem and an improved outlook on life, which can have positive effects on your health.
The center’s more traditional health treatments include acupuncture for both the body and the face, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, clinical nutrition, and other techniques. Its blend of Western and alternative therapies can treat a vast array of ailments, such as asthma, migraines, or the dreaded combination of the two, which makes your brain wheeze.
The Physical Medicine & Chiropractic Center?s staff aims to alleviate chronic pain and imbue bodies with long-term wellness with services that range from therapeutic massage to nutritional counseling. The staff, which includes a chiropractor and medical doctor as well as a massage therapist, oversees the facility?s treatments, which target pent-up tension and strain from overwork, exercise, or taxing crab-walking commutes. Each highly skilled professional plies their healing trade with a focus on improving muscular and immune foundations rather than merely attacking the symptoms of unhealthiness or disease.
Licensed acupuncturist Eileen Karn has used alternative Chinese medicine to strengthen the bodies, minds, and spirits of her clients since 1985. The health guru customizes treatment plans to target each patient's specific issues and goals, using thin acupuncture needles to treat chronic health conditions and take down incoming flocks of birthday balloons. Sessions pair with herbal medicine and nutrition-response testing to help bodies to maintain a light and fluffy state of well-being after they leave the center. Additionally, staff massage therapists battle stress with 10 techniques, including Japanese reiki, which aims to activate the body's energy centers and power up its night-vision mode.
Over the course of more than 30 years, Alan Handelsman and his associates have helped thousands of patients through a combination of Tibetan herbal foot baths and acupuncture. He examines each patient’s medical history, asks questions about their lifestyle, and checks the health of the tongue as well as the pulse to determine the best holistic treatment.
Acupuncture opens up channels of energy throughout the body to foster healing and well-being, and it can be used to treat musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, and circulatory issues, among others. It’s also been known to help patients quit smoking as well as lose weight.
A licensed acupuncturist, registered nurse, and trained herbologist, Christina Robich, R.N. pulls from multiple fields of medicine to address a wide range of ailments. With its black fireplace set against a white-brick wall, paintings, and various knickknacks, Christina's office resembles a home more than a business. Amid those familiar comforts, she oversees acupunctures, delivers hot stone massages, and doles out organic supplements. Christina's flair for healing goes beyond physical treatments, too, as she offers nutritional guidance and even leads classes in ancient remedies.