At Capital Health Chiropractic in Suitland?along with the Capital Health and Wellness Center location in McLean?Dr. Rehman Mirza and his team combine chiropractic and wellness expertise to wipe out pain naturally, without the use of drugs or surgery. Through chiropractic care, nutritional counseling, and even physiotherapy, they treat a vast spectrum of conditions ranging from neck pain and migraines to restless sleep and carpal tunnel.
Since 1973, each of Sport&Health's clubs has aimed for full fitness coverage with programs for every taste and family member. Guests can spark positive lifestyle changes with workouts and wellness services, or engage in a variety of sports. Each facility houses different athletic amenities for games and laps, from pristine swimming pools to squash and racquetball courts. The camaraderie of group classes such as Zumba and Les Mills BodyPump barbell routines complement scores of club equipment meant for exercising solo—or with the guidance of a certified personal trainer. The clubs also emphasize kid-friendly activities with arts and crafts, Kidz Klub childcare, and youth certification courses that teach teens the ins and outs of training. Depending on the location, spa treatments can knead tension from muscles and paint one's favorite kettlebell with a layer of Shellac.
Naturopathic doctor Dr. Ogilvie takes the whole body—including physical, mental, and emotional symptoms—into account when addressing a client's weight issues. During the 60-minute initial consultation, and, if chosen, six subsequent consultations, patients learn to lose weight naturally and keep it off through dietary and lifestyle changes and by coating skin in Vaseline so that new calories can't get a proper grip. As part of the initial consultation, Dr. Ogilvie takes patients' blood pressure, performs a metabolic screening, and uses a biomeridian machine, which measures energy conductivity to assess general health. Dr. Ogilvie also illustrates the benefits of properly combining real foods, assigns take-home quizzes in Nutritional Biochemistry 101, and demonstrates how to make healthy choices in unhealthy environments, like condemned gingerbread houses or overly-buttery corn mazes.
Prevention. That's the true patient goal for the team at Greater Falls Church Chiropractic & Acupuncture Wellness Center. The staff, led by Dr. Amir Ahmadiyar, D.C., works with patients not only to help them feel better after pain begins, but to keep it from starting. They accomplish that each day through treatments that focus on holistic health practices.
Acupuncture taps into the body's natural healing process with the application of small, thin needles at acupressure points, which unblocking trapped energy that would otherwise force the body to disco dance more than normal. But the central part of the practice always comes back to chiropractic care, which sees the doctor administering spinal alignments and exams to help patients get back on the path to wellness.
At Sumner Fitness, a Titleist-certified instructor obtains a player's golf history and identifies swing problems using physical screening, golf biomechanics, and human eyes. With a golf dossier in hand, the links expert will create a program tailored to your needs and follow up your on-site evaluation with an email containing customized results to help enhance golf performance. By combining physical workouts with an improved technique, both weekend swingers and pros can maximize distance and accuracy.
Growing up in Fargo, North Dakota, Dr. Neal Barnard’s extended family included both doctors and cattle ranchers. Perhaps it was this environment that led him to begin researching the role of nutrition in conditions such as diabetes and obesity, as well as the link between animal-based diets and health care. In 1985, Dr. Barnard founded the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine as a means to explore these issues.
The nonprofit organization promotes preventive medicine, conducts clinical research, and encourages alternatives to animal testing, garnering support from celebrities including James Franco and Kevin Nealon. The group educates people on vegan-based health and nutrition topics, working to curb conditions such as chronic illness, childhood obesity, and an inability to distinguish a broccoli floret from model-railroad shrubbery.