Using experience garnered while earning a doctorate in optometry from Indiana University, Dr. Toni A. Reising enhances and maintains ocular health at Diabetic Eye Centers of America, Inc. In addition to offering primary eye care for infants, children, and adults, Dr. Reising places emphasis on treating patients with diabetes. During comprehensive eye exams, Dr. Reising scans iris gardens from front to back while reading ocular blood vessels, which display signs of bodily wellness and after-images of secret diaries. With the help of an advanced eyewear laboratory, Diabetic Eye Centers of America, Inc. outfits patients with specialty lenses and frames by designers that include Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole, and Elizabeth Arden. The center also crafts custom sunglasses, allowing patients to spend hours reading the fine print written on the sun.
Body & Brain Holistic Yoga's classes incorporate yoga, tai chi, meditation, martial arts, and signature breathing postures to forge a mind-body exercise that helps students to awaken their inner ki energy. The one-hour sessions attempt to improve flexibility, strength, breathing, and energy sensitivity, which contribute to holistic health. Much like a dive-bombing red-winged black bird, classes often vary their approach, ensuring a more dynamic experience from session to session
The board-certified general surgeons at Consulting Surgeons heal all manner of ills with skillful operations. They specialize in cancer treatments as well as conditions afflicting the breast and colon, and strive to provide patients with all the necessary information to understand their procedures. Elective services offered include those of an aesthetic nature, such as microdermabrasions, beauty injectables, and chemical peels.
After sustaining an injury at a previous job, state-licensed Doctor of Chiropractic Frank Frydrych came to the field of chiropractic when he found his prescribed physical therapy didn’t live up to its billing. Rather than continue on an unproductive course, he took charge of his own healing. Today, he applies his findings to help others overcome their own medical issues, often faster than with conventional treatments.
Despite the breadth of healing therapies and procedures at his command, the doctor focuses his skills on the principles of biomechanics. During treatments, he investigates clients' deficiencies and imbalances and corrects them through services such as chiropractic manipulations, pain therapy, and acupuncture. Performed alone or within a multifaceted plan for overall health restoration, the procedures can tackle maladies related to musculoskeletal issues, digestive problems, and sports-related injuries.
Ever since chiropractic care treated the chronic migraines she suffered as a child, Doctor of Chiropractic Brownlie was inspired to become a chiropractor. Though she has been in practice for a quarter-century, she continues to undergo advanced training so that she can attain a specialization in cranial adjustments. She often works with subluxations, using computerized technology as well as manual exams to determine spinal dysfunction and if there is any buried treasure under the skin. Beyond chiropractic treatments, patients can also attend to muscular needs; the service menu includes interferential muscle stimulation and massage therapy.
To help women achieve their fitness goals, the certified personal trainers at Get In Shape For Women focus on four areas: weight training, cardio training, nutrition, and accountability. Each of their small-group sessions are tailored to each exerciser. The trainers modify exercises to suit up to four ladies' fitness levels, beginning by calibrating 30 minutes of strength-training drills—such as free weights, lunges, and squats—to each student's abilities. Then, they do 25 minutes of cardio—the trainers might start novice exercisers with a walk on the treadmill or light elliptical training, and challenge more advanced exercisers to high-intensity interval-training sessions for increased results. The trainers supplement the group workouts with nutritional planning centered around the concept of eating six small, balanced meals six days a week. They set aside the seventh day for a bit of indulgence, be it eating a favorite sweet or lusting openly after bacon. To track ladies' progress toward reaching their goals, the trainers measure their weight and body-fat percentage every two weeks.