Dr. Chen-Ying (Richard) Huang has a former patient to thank for his foray into holistic medicine. It was during his time as an occupational therapist in Taiwan that he noticed a dramatic surge in progress for one of his recovering patients. Upon inquiring into this change, Dr. Huang found that the patient had tried acupuncture to augment his rehab, with great results. That's when Dr. Huang began to explore acupuncture and other alternative forms of healing. At Amazing Alternative Acupuncture, he combines Western and Chinese medicinal approaches to assuage physical and emotional pain with treatments such as acupuncture, Chinese herbal supplements, and NAET allergy relief.
The licensed acupuncturists and wellness professionals at Acupuncture Associates of Marysville believe in treating the body as a whole, getting down to the root of the problem instead of simply treating symptoms. At this soothing clinic, clients can treat allergies, chronic pain, and migraines with acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Also offering cupping and detox programs to help clients stop smoking and lose weight, Acupuncture Associates of Marysville is a relaxing place to come and help manage cravings, pain, and life events.
The doctors at Mercer Island Chiropractic work to relieve minor aches and soreness, but they specialize in tough cases: chronic pain and injuries sustained in accidents are their specialties. At three locations, they restore bodies to health with techniques such as manual adjustments that realign vertebrae and traction-table sessions that coax muscles into blissful relaxation. Patients can also rest easy beneath the hands of massage therapists, who employ techniques such as cupping, reflexology, and sternly ordering tension to exit the body.
Since its founding in 1987, Living Lite's weight-loss program has helped thousands of people slim down quickly and almost effortlessly. Instead of simply telling clients to change their eating habits, its practitioners use hypnotic suggestion to root newer, healthier behaviors in the subconscious brains. Clients find themselves exercising regularly and picking more wholesome foods without ever having to think about it consciously. Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis does not induce amnesia, and participants will usually remember everything that happens during the soothing sessions.
Beth McQuinn blends scientific research with a holistic approach to medicine. Before she opened her practice, she was already combining the two. While in college, she went into premed and worked as a certified nursing assistant. McQuinn then studied women's health, craniosacral therapy, IV therapy, and physical medicine while in Bastyr University's naturopathic doctorate program. Now, this member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians works to prevent ailments before they start and cope with them effectively when they arise. She uses a variety of methods to keep patients at their optimum health, including pharmaceutical and herbal prescriptions, regular checkups, nutritional therapy, and massages.
At the core of oriental medicine sits balance, an internal equilibrium that helps the body stay healthy as its systems work harmoniously with one another. Balance Acupuncture seeks out and retains this balance with herbal medicine and acupuncture treatments that send a flow of natural energy throughout the body. Licensed acupuncturists Susan Groller, a former registered nurse, and Anthony Thompson, a former massage therapist, draw from their master's degrees in acupuncture and oriental medicine to reduce chronic pain, help treat injury, and enhance the feeling of well-being without drugs or monetary bribes.