When caring for their patients, the first step the physicians at Natural Healing Medical Center take is to turn to nature, using naturopathic medical techniques including botanical medicine and acupuncture. When nature is not enough, they blend it with modern medicine, such as minor surgery and cyborg nursing assistants, to identify and treat the root of the client’s illness. This two-pronged approach allows them to find the most natural and effective means of ridding bodies of pain, stress, and stubborn curves.
Zari Pavri founded Nutrology Consultants in 1978, leveraging his experience as a wellness educator and a researcher for nutritional supplements to provide nontoxic, drug-less avenues for clients seeking detoxification, nutrition awareness, and optimal health. Mazi Pavri serves as the facility’s co-owner and certified colon therapist, drawing on more than 17 years of experience as she facilitates detoxification by flushing out toxins and hardened waste. Colon irrigation can give clients a feeling of lightness and newfound energy, and herb-vapor and foot-detox therapies offer alternative means of ridding the body of waste and toxins. For more information, see the company website.
For more than a quarter century, the skilled staff at Advanced Medical Center has tended to Arizona families with comprehensive medical services, creating individualized plans to meet their goal of "treating the whole person." The center's preventative health services identify potential problem areas, while walk-in urgent care tends to the unforeseen. A licensed aesthetician tends to skin and provides other cosmetic services, helping patients look as youthful and healthy as they feel.
Though she started her career in a traditional medical practice, Dr. Christine Brass-Jones believes that health is about more than prescriptions and pills. Her current practice at The Center for True Harmony Wellness and Medicine takes into account holistic remedies that factor in the health of the patient's body and mind no matter what ailment is being treated. An experienced staff of doctors and massage therapists offers services to promote a lifetime of wellness, such as women's health, family medicine, and massages. As they treat maladies, perform checkups, and test trivia retention, Dr. Brass-Jones and her associates offer naturopathic remedies for ailments when possible. The variety of treatments the clinic offers includes traditional Western massages as well as Eastern approaches such as reiki, pain-relieving cupping, and facials with Rhonda Allison products.
After graduating cum laude from Life Chiropractic in Georgia, Doctor of Chiropractic Matt Miller went westward, opening his family-oriented chiropractic center in Gilbert. There he calls upon 20 years of experience when addressing his patients’ symptoms, using hands-on spine adjustments and activator methods to correct the source of their ailments. To deal with their headaches, fatigue, or insomnia, Dr. Matt gives every patient a personalized treatment plan with therapeutic exercises that aim to improve functional stability and therapeutic massages intended to relax and reduce muscular imbalances. In addition, patients get access to a full gym where they can improve their muscle tone and flexibility before challenging Stretch Armstrong to a lunging contest.
The medical team at Lifeline Internal Medicine incorporates both traditional Western medicine and naturopathic methods to care for patients. Doctors Ravi and Amita Gupta—both board-certified physicians in internal medicine—perform services including primary care visits, women's healthcare, and a Coumadin clinic for patients taking blood-thinning medication or whose circulation has been accelerated by watching too many horse races.
Doctor of naturopathic medicine Cori Kennedy specializes in anti-aging and wellness treatments such as bio-identical hormone therapy and HCG weight-loss plans, and she is certified in the use of the Cynosure Elite laser for procedures including hair reduction, skincare, and the treatment of spider veins. Certified laser technician and licensed cosmetologist Amla Dhamdhere uses SkinMedica products to perform customized facials and blot out signs that you've dipped your face in a bucket of sprinkles.