As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Vanessa Edwards looks beyond symptoms to find the underlying cause of physical ailments and promote the body’s natural healing abilities through holistic means. Helping clients get healthy and stay healthy is her primary goal, which is why she combines treatment with education in order to aid patients in learning about their bodies and what it takes to live a healthier life. Inside her office, she offers a full menu of naturopathic services that includes nutritional counseling, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, and herbal medicine. She also utilizes special lab testing that can help to identify food sensitivities, determine blood type, and check for midi-chlorians. Dr. Edwards has volunteered her healing services on numerous medical missions to foreign countries, bringing her knowledge of holistic healthcare to locations such as South Africa, Russia, Romania, and the Philippines.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Reflexology, natural health care
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Helping people improve their state of health
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
Essential oils and pleasant relaxing music are used during the sessions to help the clients to relax and feel comfortable.
The steady hands of Far Hills Acupuncture's Fritz Froehlich have treated thousands of patients with traditional acupuncture techniques combined with a modern understanding of the body. Froehlich brought his studies to China and South Korea, where he acquired an expertise in Korean acupuncture. Under Korea's masters of acupuncture, he learned a technique that eschews needles for golden and silver pellets. At his clinic, Froehlich helps treat such ailments as chronic headaches, sports injury, and neck injury from attempting to lick pudding off of your elbow.
Gravity Spa balances the body and swaddles the aura with a plethora of healing massage style —Swedish, lomi lomi, and healing crystal–performed by the patient paws of licensed massage therapists. The relationship class, a couples' knot-kneading workshop, ignites tea-light romances into flamethrower flirtations with a roughly two-hour-long course on soothing massage techniques and fire-safety guidelines. Or, the less academically inclined can choose to banish muscle tension with a 60-minute four-handed couples' massage, which incorporates warm oil and long strokes as two therapists, one per significant other, work in sync on each side of the body. Circulation may improve and toxins can be released as coupled muscles sleepily surrender memories from remote-control battles and it's-your-turn-to-clean-the-hovercraft debates.
Though his title of pain-fellowed physician may sound unpleasant, Dr. Frank Lee’s expertise is the opposite of inflicting pain. Following medical school, he spent four years working in a hospital and mastering the art of pain management so that he can now pinpoint the root of his patients’ discomfort and diffuse it. Dr. Lee works alongside Doctor of Chiropractic Aaron Schrickel at West Chester Pain Management, where they pursue a joint mission to diagnose and treat both acute and chronic spinal pains. Their extensive list of services includes physical rehabilitation, acupuncture, and chiropractic care, which they use to relieve symptoms such as headaches or muscle spasms that only strike at fine-art auctions.