Holistic well-being often requires using multiple types of treatments to make bodies feel great. So Feel Well 4 Life employs everyone from colon hydrotherapists to certified aestheticians, some of who also specialize in practices such as therapeutic bodywork.
Occasionally, they rely on the power of technological advancements, using UV-sanitized water to cleanse the body's intestinal ductwork or dislodging pent-up toxins with the assistance of an electro-lymphatic drainage system.
Therapeutic massages help visitors relieve muscular tension and become more limber than Silly Putty after it's run over by a steamroller. Facials rejuvenate countenances with Inventive Organics skincare products, which are made from herbal extracts, rich botanical oils, and various vitamins and minerals.
Just a stone's throw from the ocean, Pure Body Wellness Center takes advantage of the smell of salt in the air and the sounds of gently crashing waves to cultivate a tranquil ambiance. Private treatment rooms add to the relaxation, enabling clients to kick back in peace while estheticians swaddle bodies in body wraps or dig out dirt and loose change from pores during facials. Other staffers, meanwhile, focus on overall health with private colon hydrotherapy and acupuncture sessions. Even the center?s manicures and pedicures happen in private rooms, where clients sink into cozy chairs while technicians beautify fingers and toes.
Whether navigating shady avenues on a walk around the block or helping climbers stake their claim as masters of nature atop the snowy peaks of Mt. Everest, the human body's immaculate machinery helps people turn their desires into reality. But, like any machine, bodies occasionally break down. When that happens, it's time to consult experts like the ones found at Ladera Family & Sports Chiropractic. There, Dr. Scott MacAdam soothes aching backs and realigns disjointed spines with precision chiropractic care learned during more than two decades of private practice experience. In addition to traditional adjustments, Dr. MacAdam prepares athletes for the upcoming season with spinal traction and roller massage tables, and eliminates allergy stressors with CranioBiotic treatments. His licensed staff of massage therapists, acupuncturists, two associate doctors also eases woes with holistic treatments, and guides clients toward optimal health with simple diet changes, such as eating more plant-based foods and less concrete.
Biorient Integrative Clinic owner Dr. Katalin Csoka combines the best of Eastern- and Western-medical perspectives. After studying conventional Western medicine in her native Hungary, establishing a family practice, and working as a licensed pulmonologist, Dr. Csoka packed up her belongings and rode a dala horse to Scandinavia. She earned a PhD in clinical pharmacology in Sweden, and her extensive cancer research has appeared in numerous articles that have been published in professional journals. Dr. Csoka is also a licensed acupuncturist, and has undergone advanced training in traditional Chinese medicine in California.
Dr. Csoka believes that illness and disease stem from distortions in the body's energy network or organ function. As such, she uses natural methods that incorporate physical and mind-body healing. Within her private, welcoming office—which is affiliated with Mission Hospital—Dr. Csoka performs auricular and esoteric acupuncture, as well as cupping and Japanese shiatsu acupressure treatments. She interprets the results of micronutrient and food-sensitivity testing, and recommends herbal formulas to supplement nutritional intake or enhance the ability to find four-leaf clovers. Practicing what she preaches, Dr. Csoka herself has not taken any pharmaceuticals in more than eight years.
Whether suffering from pain from an auto accident, sports injury, skydiving mishap, or desk job, Dr. Dan Scodeller’s professional, pain-releasing power can alleviate tension and aching through a variety of techniques. In Core Chiropractic's light and airy sky-blue office, you'll receive a physical examination and x-rays to help identify the areas in need of treatment. Once the pain is located, a spinal adjustment may be given on the spot or at a later date, based on the doctor’s decision and the Mayan calendar. The adjustment properly aligns spinal vertebrae, which allows the brain to send healing signals to the rest of the body without disruption. A 30-minute, muscle-melting massage will also be administered, targeting key pressure points in order to knead your back and front into relaxation. Once molded and adjusted, you will be able to resume back-intensive tasks such as bending over in order to pick up chocolate turtles and climbing through drain pipes.
Salon 117 & Essence Day Spa treats tender outer layers to the touch-ups and rubdowns they so earnestly crave. The combo massage rubs out tension in a session that alternates between gentle Swedish strokes and diligent deep-tissue techniques.