During a 60-minute relaxation massage, Wellness Connections' muscle menders vie for merit badges in untying knots as they stimulate circulation and clear away stress from head to toe with a full-body barrage of calming techniques. Following a soothing rubdown, customers are free to slip into the rolling waters of a hot tub or clear pores in a sauna for 20 minutes. For an additional fee, clients can elect an upgraded tissue tranquilizing such as a deep-relaxation treatment or hot-stone massage that embraces back muscles with a litter of warm, cuddly pet rocks.
Meditation Station incites tranquility with an eclectic stock of yoga gear, incense, and Eastern-influenced home décor. Shoppers can foster flexibility on a 1/4-inch yoga mat ($20), or garnish napes with a locally crafted hemp necklace ($15). Infuse faces with soothing scents with an aromatherapy citrus green tea facial cleanser ($20), or perch upon a Carolina Morning meditation cushion ($35) as respite from particularly stressful games of Candy Land.
Although the human body can take care of itself, sometimes it needs a little help. This is the philosophy of Doctor of Chiropractic Eric Poehlein. Poehlein specializes in using active-release techniques and low-force modalities to treat underlying structural problems that cause chronic discomfort. By ensuring that the vertebrae are properly aligned, chiropractic care restores healthy neurological function throughout the body, which jump-starts the natural healing processes that can relieve the aches and pains caused a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as sciatica, tendonitis, and carpal-tunnel syndrome. The hands-on therapy at Rock Bridge Chiropractic Wellness Center helps people live balanced, pain-free lives without resorting to the medications and invasive treatments of traditional medicine.
Dr. Kody R. Johnson believes that many illnesses and injuries can be remedied without chemical drugs or surgery. This philosophy arose when he was 18, when Kody first experienced a chiropractic treatment. After that, Kody was passionate about learning how this method of holistic healing can ease pain, boost energy levels, and stave off the common cold. This discovery led him to attend the historic Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa, the first chiropractic college in the world, from which he graduated summa cum laude. At Johnson Chiropractic & Holistic Health Center, Dr. Johnson doles out spinal adjustments using a wide variety of techniques as well as acupuncture treatments, nutritional advice, and therapeutic pats on the back.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle Bowers tackles problems of the spine with various treatment protocols and high-tech gadgets. These range from a nonsurgical decompression table to the a cervical machine that fights pain associated with herniated, protruding, and degenerative discs. In addition to administering traditional chiropractic adjustments that set joints back in their place, Dr. Bowers. also combats the effects of age with nonsurgical face-lift treatments. Using microcurrent wands to tighten the skin, he reduces visible signs of time such as dark circles under the eyes and rosacea.
For more than a decade, the chiropractor and medical physician on staff at Lordex Spine Center have combined their skills to help patients control pain and decrease suffering. Assisted by well-trained and experienced team members, the veteran doctor provides personalized care to each chronic pain patient through administering precision pressures and adjustments. The procedures nudge bulging discs into place, and supplements physical therapy designed to ameliorate a range of ailments, from whiplash caused by head-banging to nerve pain to headaches caused by PowerPoint presentations.