Life Long Wellness's aim is in its name: enduring health. Its healers work to reverse pain with acupuncture and massage techniques. Among its massage modalities, Life Long Wellness offers satori massage, which combines infrared heat and jade stones with the hopes of detoxifying the body and aiding in healing.
Utah Acupuncture & Wellness Clinic understands that good health depends on more than just medicine. Practitioner Tiffany Garofalo employs a mix of Eastern and holistic philosophies, resulting in a comprehensive menu of wellness treatments. She aims to alleviate pain through acupuncture, Chinese cupping therapy, homeopathy, and other holistic treatments, and treats issues ranging from gluten sensitivity to chronic headaches.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy
Pro Tip: Please arrive early for paperwork and wear comfortable clothing.
Walk-In Chiropractic's licensed back whisperer eschews appointments and makes careful adjustments that help destress any overworked human chassis that wanders into the office. Because each back carries its own special story, Walk-In Chiropractic customizes the treatment to suit every spine's special needs.
Certified Master Hypnotherapist & Trainer John R. Phillips, M.ht. puts his 18 years of experience to work assisting people with improving their quality of life. His practice emphasizes that hypnosis is not magic, as often portrayed on TV. It's actually a type of intensely focused concentration in which the hypnotized person can access their subconscious and uncover the mental blocks preventing their personal transformation. Through hypnosis, he has helped people quit smoking, lose weight, and even overcome phobias. Believing no condition is out of bounds for hypnosis, he has helped with almost all individual challenges.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Whetton journeyed around the country and the globe, from Southern California to the Philippines, in pursuit of both holistic and medical knowledge and experience. Developing a program that revolves around a combination of acupuncture, nutrition, and spinal decompression, Dr. Whetton honed his healing practice with the help of completely noninvasive treatments. While acupuncture calls on thousands of years of tradition to aid ailments such as headaches and allergies, spinal decompression uses modern technology—and some techniques from the distant future—to help relieve pain from sciatica, herniated disks, and injuries resulting from overzealous somersaults.