The dedicated team of spinal professionals at Innate Chiropractic bolster back health through a variety of services. Whether they are diagnosing and correcting spinal joint dysfunction or employing the Diversified Technique, which is commonly used for manual adjustments, the dedicated staff devise gentle, effective solutions to eliminate pain and rehabilitate clients. Their practice includes chiropractic technology that has benefited members of NASA, U.S Olympians, and professional athletes.
In addition to bettering spinal health, Innate Chiropractic soothes tension and taut muscles through a variety of massage modalities. During massage sessions, therapists combine gentle pressure with deep-tissue techniques to reduce pain and increase range of motion, while finding clients' hidden sore spots to reduce overall tension. Through chiropractic work and massage treatments, the practice can treat ailments such as allergies, asthma, stress, and cooties.
As a Zerona-certified laser technician with thousands of treatments under his belt, Terry J. Ward knew many of his clients weren’t satisfied with the results of Zerona. Tapping into cold laser technology developed by NASA, he designed and built the first UltraSlim prototypes, as well as the finished version he uses to slenderize clients. As a local provider of the nationwide technique pioneered by Ward, technicians at UltraSlim Mid Michigan treat clients and back up their work by pledging repeated treatments until customers lose 2 inches.
Julie Huldin, master massage therapist, helms Stillpoint Connections, where she calls upon more than 1,200 hours of education and premed training to offer custom massages. Blending techniques, including Chi Gong and LaStone Therapy, learned from high-end spas and training in Thailand, she soothes muscles with Swedish, myofascial, and cranial sacral massage techniques.
Like a successful quarterback who got his start tossing a football on the back lawn, owner Kian Edmonds unknowingly began his career by giving massages to family members. Emboldened by the positive feedback, he decided to embark on formal training and soon found work in hospitals administering massages to exhausted EKG machines. Now the head of Heaven's Door, Kian mollifies aches and relaxes tense bodies with deft aromatherapeutic massage.
Doctor of Chiropractic Randy Randhawa, a nationally board-certified chiropractor whose office is located within Wycoff Wellness Center, has been fighting spinal misalignments for more than 10 years. He also attempts to alleviate other health problems, such as shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and uncontrollable whistling, with chiropractic care for men, women, children, athletes, and expectant mothers. No matter what form his treatments take, his goal is to provide patients with education, nutritional guidance, and preventive or rehabilitative exercises as needed.
From the Eastern artwork in the Buddha Room to the sloping woodwork of the Pyramid Room's walls, the decor inside ACC Natural Healing & Wellness Solutions mirrors the serenity of its services. These pictures of peace fill a Victorian-style home, where a team of specialists remedies stress and soreness. The practitioners espouse a natural and holistic approach to ailments—rather than simply quieting symptoms, they prefer to relax the mind as well as the muscles, tailoring their treatments to address the needs of each client.
At the head of the staff is owner Karen Kraft, a certified massage therapist and reiki master. Karen, who beat cancer three times, has a distinct sense of empathy when soothing her patrons' aches. Doctor of Chiropractic Rosemary Benjamin, meanwhile, adjusts spines with a gentle approach that avoids the traditional joint-cracking twists and prescriptions for constant somersaults. A reflexologist, an auricular acupuncturist, and a hypnotherapist also contribute to the well-rounded treatment menu. Guests can attend workshops and guided meditation seminars to supplement their therapies with lessons on tai chi, polarity yoga, and self-awareness.
Resident massage therapist Alicia Bruce frees her clients from long-held tension during private sessions. Her carefully trained fingers ease aches during relaxing Swedish massages and precisely place heated basalt stones during hot-stone massages to warm deep-seated muscles that are sore from their owners posing as Atlas. Reflexology sessions focus on trigger points in the hands and feet, working to release congestion throughout the body and stimulate circulation. Alicia also packages massage sessions with spa services such as mani-pedis or facials to create an afternoon of pampering.