After a car accident left Kelly Kreis with a painful neck injury, she found relief through a combination of Western medicine and holistic healing techniques such as massage and acupuncture. Today, Kelly works to bring others the same relief at Renova Therapeutic Massage. Drawing on her background as a registered nurse and a licensed massage therapist, she performs treatments that range from relaxing Swedish massages to treatments that target connective tissues and central nervous system with CranioSacral therapy.
Over the course of his decades-long chiropractic tenure, Dr. Eugene Faillace has addressed corporeal concerns with a broad repertoire of chiropractic modalities, including trigger-point therapy in conjunction with an Anatomotor decompression table. Infrared light therapy, nutritional counseling, and aerobic cart-wheeling represent a mere slice of his holistic chiropractic philosophy, which combines modern technologies with time-honored spine-adjusting techniques.
Skeletons never get a day off. As the framework of the body, they're responsible for keeping us upright and mobile. Sometimes, that responsibility comes at a cost. Enter the chiropractic experts of the Chrio-Network. Using their extensive knowledge of the skeletal system and the nuanced adjustments required to keep it up and running, they help clients manage everything from chronic pain and mobility problems to sleep problems and migraines.
Self-improvement. It starts from within, but a little help from the outside is often necessary. That's what physicist, certified hypnotist, and reiki master Lily Lale Yilmaz does every day. She employs hypnosis, allowing her clients to dive deep into their subconscious to discover the obstacles blocking their path to self-improvement, whether that means quitting smoking, losing wait, or overcoming phobias. Lily also helps clients overcome grief and loss, learn new job skills, and even find relief from physical pain.
Licensed acupuncturists and massage therapists Jordan Barber and Kelly Ann Parish, both adjunct professors at the New York College of Health Professions, helm Sirius Wellness, expanding on what was formerly known as Quality Acupuncture to further treat clients with traditional Chinese medicine. They believe in custom treatments tailored to each patient and use such therapies as acupuncture, nutrition consultations, herbal supplements, and massage to treat allergies, chronic pain, infertility, and excessive winking.
Licensed acupuncturist Dean Monitto alleviates chronic pain, allergies, and discomfort with his hair-thin needles. His decade-long list of clients includes members of the U.S. track and field team, Florida Gators volleyball, and UCF football teams. He has also spent time in the professor’s chair, teaching Oriental Medicine at colleges in Florida and New York.