Marco DiBonaventura seeks to succeed where others have failed. As a board-certified acupuncturist in Pennsylvania and a licensed doctor of Oriental medicine in Florida, he specializes in treating injuries and diseases that have not responded to traditional medicine. DiBonaventura also holds national board certification in both acupuncture and Oriental medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is certified to use traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to combat 10 of the most difficult-to-treat diseases—including cancer and Parkinson's disease—and bodily traumas such as bone fractures or ligament tears. Dr. DiBonaventura's quest to alleviate pain and illness has led him to complete fellowships at hospitals and clinics in China, Japan, and Korea.
At Complementary Health Care, Dr. DiBonaventura addresses a variety of physical and mental conditions with acupuncture and TCM, including migraines, chronic fatigue, or the inability to effectively hokey pokey. He also helps people to lose weight by offering custom nutrition and lifestyle advice.
For more than 16 years, AT Wellness Center has served as an oasis for detoxifying and recharging. Staffed by a team of licensed massage therapists, acupuncturists, and yoga instructors, AT Wellness offers numerous means for clients to reach optimal health. Along with bodywork and nutritional counselors, the center also hosts yoga and tai chi classes and open meditation sessions, where guests are encouraged to clear their mind and tap into a deeper, calmer place.
Nationally board-certified oriental-medicine specialist Nancy R. Radice believes that effective and natural healing can be achieved without scalpels, pills, or robotic nursing assistants. Drawing from ancient practices that date from more than 2,500 years ago, Nancy performs acupuncture and Chinese-medicine treatments to re-establish harmony in the body, stimulating key nerves under the skin with strategically placed needles during acupuncture and precise finger pressure in acupressure massages.
Through Nambudripad?s Allergy Elimination Technique, or NAET, she also helps identify clients? allergies, whether they spring from certain medicines, vegetables, grasses, or plants. After hunting down each allergy, she?ll draw from a range of disciplines?including acupuncture, energy balancing, chiropractic medicine, and nutritional studies?to treat allergies in the hopes of reducing or negating their sneeze-inducing effects.
Licensed acupuncturist Lance David Isakov practices kundalini yoga, reiki, qi gong, zero balancing, plant-spirit medicine, and other healing techniques like a basketball player practices a jump shot or a pianist practices the piano—with equal parts dedication and joy. He and his staff of fellow licensed acupuncturists and wellness practitioners bundle those same services at Wayne Family Wellness. There, he guides students and patients through overcoming an array of disorders and conditions, including stress, allergies, and fatigue using both classic five element and traditional Chinese medicine styles of acupuncture. Isakov’s wife and certified massage therapist Amy Isakov also lends a therapeutic hand during Swedish, Thai, reflexology, and deep-tissue massages.
Acupuncture is a gentle application of specifically placed thin needles that promote healing and decrease pain. This ancient modality dates back to 5000 BC and is currently world renowned for its affects on the reduction of pain.