A young Dan Clark was drawn to holistic healing methods after witnessing the efficacy of acupuncture and herbal medicine against his father's Epstein-Barr virus. His fascination with the body's ability to heal itself and to fit inside a high-school locker encouraged him to study massage therapy and acupuncture, and he now guides the treatments he administers at his own clinic. With a repertoire of techniques that, aside from acupuncture, includes herbal remedies, cupping, and moxibustion, Dan aids patients in coping with a wide range of ailments, such as insomnia, headaches, and anxiety.
Doctor of Chiropractic Joe Kepo?o puts his patients on the path of wellness with spinal adjustments, nutritional supplements, and natural allergy treatments. He sees patients of all ages and encourages whole families to come in together to tend to their health in unison.
Neighborhood Acupuncture and Healing Arts? acupuncturists and yoga instructors holistically restore minds and bodies with the help of therapies such as tui na massage and fire cupping. They also offer yoga classes for students of all levels. One of the yoga instructors is also a licensed acupuncture practitioner who triggers endorphins and knits hamster scarves with needles the width of a hair. Special events and workshops expand upon the already diverse service catalog, with one-time classes on topics such as comfort techniques and meditative practices for expectant mothers.
Dr. Blake Butler works to bring body, mind, and spirit in harmony through traditional Chinese medicine. He frequently treats chronic pain, fatigue, allergies, vertigo, knee problems, headaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome. In addition to acupuncture treatments, Dr. Butler incorporates chiropractic adjustments and nutritional counseling into his treatment plans.
While earning her master's degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Stephanie Gross worked with college athletes to help them heal more quickly from injuries. She also spent time at hospitals in Beijing and time in San Diego working with HIV patients, using acupuncture treatments to help them find relief from medication side effects. Now at the helm of her own clinic, S. Gross Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, the licensed acupuncturist treats clients suffering from chronic pain, allergies, depression, digestive issues, and sleep disorders. These varied health complaints are tended to with a custom treatment plan for each patient.
Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Baker has helped pain sufferers and car-accident victims for many years through gentle, yet effective, adjustments. His chiropractic care, combined with acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage therapy, all follow his simple rule: to treat clients until they're better. Along with helping individuals recover from personal injuries or auto accidents, he also relieves chronic pain from migraines, muscle soreness, or commuting to work via a kangaroo.