Dr. Frances Hollembaek's career path has not always pointed in the direction of chiropractic. After earning her undergraduate degree in business administration, Dr. Hollembaek began receiving chiropractic care for better health. A few weeks later, she noticed that all of her recurring sinus and digestive issues were no longer present, and her stress and anxiety levels had dropped considerably. Amazed by her own healing, Dr. Hollembaek decided to change gears and pursue a doctorate in chiropractic.
Today, Dr. Hollembaek owns Chiropractic Wellness Center at Main Street Market Place, where she and her team help others feel as reinvigorated as she does. They correct physical imbalances with services including massage therapy, spinal decompression, and gentle but effective adjustment techniques. The crew can also assist adults with their weight-loss goals, offering seven-day cleanses to promote wellness and food-journaling techniques to confess secret cutlery crushes.
Doctor of Chiropractic Dong Chang Lee relies on the acupuncture he learned in South Korea to improve the quality of life of his patients. Dr. Lee also specializes in the Webster technique, a chiropractic treatment that releases stress on the uterus of pregnant women and allows breech babies to turn naturally. The clinic’s other services include chiropractic treatments, physical therapy, and nutritional counseling.
Rebecca Wendt is a licensed massage therapist, but she's not satisfied with merely offering hot-stone, prenatal, deep-tissue, and other massages. That's why she also performs hydrating and exfoliating treatments such as mud and seaweed wraps and body scrubs and polishes. She's found a fitting home in The Village Wellness Connection, a center devoted to holistic health practices.
At Chinese Medicine Clinic, Inc, Mary Zhang works to bring the body back into balance through holistic therapies that date back thousands of years. As a licensed acupuncturist and doctor of Chinese medicine, Mary blends western and eastern medical knowledge to treat patients with a holistic approach—weighing the physical, the emotional, and the spiritual. She uses acupuncture to address ailments that include anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Meanwhile, massage therapists use therapeutic touch to target and relieve chronic stress and deep-seated aches. And onsite Doctor of Chiropractic Ryan Spurgeon administers adjustments to realign off-kilter spinal columns without requiring drugs or swallowing a compass.
Monica Miller is passionate about the subtle systems at work in the body and committed to restoring her clients’ inner energy⎯so much so that she is not only a licensed massage therapist, but also a practitioner of reiki and attunement (a form of energy medicine) and has studied the body's meridian systems. At HeartSong Bodywork, Monica showcases this in-depth knowledge of alternative medicine by easing her clients' aches and pains with energy work and therapeutic massages enhanced with essential oils and hot-towel treatments. As a proponent of reflexology, Monica also reenergizes specific areas of the body, such as the organs and glands, by targeting points along the hands and feet, including the space between the toes and the Restart button on the outer ankle.
Doctor of Chiropractic Darrel Drumright was first introduced to chiropractic philosophy and Chinese medicine during his time as an airborne paratrooper in the US Army. He had just finished his pre-med education before enlisting, but these ideas intrigued him so much that he changed courses. Rather than continue his medical career, he decided to pursue advanced training in chiropractic, acupuncture, qi gong, and nutrition.
Today, Dr. Drumright shares his knowledge at Harmony Health & Wellness. Through drug-free, noninvasive treatments, he works to help the body's natural ability to heal itself and sneeze perfect chromatic scales. A track record of more than 20 years of experience demonstrates Dr. Drumright’s dedication to restoring the balance between mind, body, and spirit.