During his time in corporate America, Roger Webb helped salespeople and companies shatter sales records. When he left the business world, Roger still harbored a source of joy from his former life: helping people succeed and grow in their chosen roles. At LifeTrek, as a natural health educator, Roger continues to guide clients through the process of self-realization, but now he uses a variety of healing techniques.
Rasheka Herr-ra Shenna aims to help guests find emotional and spiritual balance in their lives through her extensive knowledge of energy work. She performs a variety of services, such as yoga nidra sleep meditation and polarity-energy bodywork. In addition to correcting energy levels, she also reduces stress through massage.
As a Doctor of Chiropractic and an Associate Professor of Neurology at the American Medical College of Homeopathy, Michael Compton unites his interests through the Neurological Rehabilitation Center and Chiropractic. His nutrition-based detoxifying programs span both mental and physical health. Meal plans and juice cleanses treat maladies of the mind and complaints of the gut, arming the body with the nutrients it needs to overcome stress, fatigue, lupus, and fingers stuck in bowling balls. Compton continues to develop his holistic approach to medicine through functional neurology, a burgeoning field whose treatments incorporate equal parts neuropsychiatry, chiropractic medicine, and nutrition.
Dr. Matesa Pringle, medical director of Global Integrative Medicine, has studied at two medical universities, trained as an acupuncturist under a Chinese doctor, and earned her certification as a life coach. Her multifaceted resume reflects her practice’s wide array of services, which include both Western and holistic treatments focused on healing the mind and spirit as well as the body. She and her team can address ailments ranging from chronic fatigue to multiple sclerosis, drawing on techniques such as acupuncture, allergy testing, and conventional physicals rather than just prescribing chicken noodle soup.
Local art and regional flavors foster a sense of community at the two locations of Taps Signature Cuisine and Bar, prompting ABC 15 to describe the Litchfield Park restaurant as "a place where you can kick off your shoes, stay a while, and enjoy some local music." The chefs add distinctive southwestern flavors to dishes by occasionally incorporating anaheim chilies or chipotle-spiced condiments from the area's naturally occurring ketchup geysers. These piquant touches lend a welcome kick to certain recipes, whereas the rest of the upscale American menu—which includes grilled rib eyes, organic chicken breasts, and roasted fillets of salmon—embraces more classic flavors.
We are a Chiropracitc office located at the East Phoenix area, Arizona. We are a team of health care professionals includes: chiropractors with specialties in Acupuncture, Nutrition and weight loss. We have massage therapists woking together providing you quality care and guiding you on your way goal of health.
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.