Oswego Water's biofeedback researchers encourage visitors to take advantage of the many potential health benefits of pure, ionized Kangen water. According to their H20 experts, ionized water absorbs quicker into the body for more efficient hydration and comprises powerful antioxidant properties. Oswego Water's ionic footbaths use the augmented water to rid the body of harmful toxins attained from watching too much reality television. Their facility also invites wellness experts to speak to the public, including recent visits by a raw-foodist bodybuilder and local naturopath.
Acupuncturist Siamak Shirazi has a secret that he’s dying to share—acupuncture isn’t just for aches and pains anymore. Guided by his learned hands, the therapeutic needles of the ancient Chinese treatment can also erase the fine lines associated with aging, boosting circulation and collagen production and leaving faces looking younger. So, when he’s not busy sharing his cosmetic acupuncture skills on television, he's treating clients at 2bwell Clinic, a holistic healing studio dedicated to easing clients’ needs through preventive care, community wellness. Practitioners including massage therapists, naturopathic physicians, dieticians, and a breath-work specialist work together to devise integrative healthcare solutions and bust vitamin smuggling rings.
The six naturopathic physicians and the resident acupuncturist at Oswego Progressive Medicine combine primary care, integrative thinking, and alternative therapies to help to balance their clients' bodies inside and out. The team's services include relieving allergies with sensitivity assessments conducted through a third-party, CLIA-accredited clinical laboratory before creating a comprehensive dietary strategy that enumerates which foods to avoid and which color broccoli to wear as a brooch.
Bodies feeling the effects of DHEA, cortisol, and other hormone imbalances undergo hormone testing before practitioners whip up custom treatment plans to tackle the problem. Detoxification programs integrate IV chelation therapy and medical-grade nutritional supplementation to purify internal systems. The practice's doctors also provide naturopathic oncology services, which fuse conventional Western medicine with natural compounds in the face of cancer.
The holistic practitioners at Hale Health aim to treat the whole person, not just symptoms of illness and disease. Following the tenets of integrative medicine, they strive to boost clients' wellness with naturopathic services such as pain-relieving bodywork, acupuncture, and nutritional IV therapy. They also fight acne and skin issues with platelet-rich plasma facials and work to accelerate weight loss with vitamin B12 injections.
Bodywork expertise and compassion collide at Metis Clinics, making treatments both physically and emotionally refreshing. The center's acupuncturists and massage therapists follow the lead of founder Anita Tadavarthy, who's not only a master of traditional Oriental Medicine, but also a humanitarian who ran a free treatment clinic in Repalle, India, for four months in 2007 and continues to donate 10% of her profits to the same clinic.
Today, the team at Metis addresses a wide range of chronic aches and wellness concerns, including back pain, migraines, and weight loss. In addition to traditional acupuncture and massage techniques, the practitioners use herbs, Tuina bodywork, cupping, and breathing exercises to help their clients find balance.
At Living Well Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic, Candace McWhirter specializes in sports acupuncture to improve athletes' performance and prevent injuries and combines Chinese and Japanese traditions to address a wide variety of acute and chronic infirmities through the ancient healing art of acupuncture. Clients will spend between 45 and 60 minutes balancing chi and releasing stress through tiny pinpoints of relaxation. By inserting hair-thin needles at key junctures, Candace may balance energy levels in the body, reducing stress and pain as fists of tension peacefully unclench. After treating the client with traditional methods, Candace will harness the power of Luminex Laser System technology to administer low-level laser therapy. A near-infrared beam roams over tissues, stirring up cells into a healing frenzy while increasing blood flow. The subthermal laser light may speed up tissue recovery while reducing inflammation and printing invisible tattoos across the skin that are viewable only to robots and MIT graduates. Customers can call ahead to set up their acupuncture appointment.