At Holistic Physical Therapy, Dr. Gigi Siton and her team know that health isn't purely physical?it's also emotional, social, and spiritual. As they work, they strive to foster wellness in all these areas, whether they're realigning vertebrae with spinal traction, rebalancing the body's energy with acupuncture sessions, or explaining the basics of juicing. These, along with their other services, can be customized to treat almost any ailment, from back pain to headaches.
Owner and acupuncturist Dan Yun began his healing journey studying Western medicine until he met his mother-in-law, Dr. Wang Rim Lee, a well-known South Korean doctor whose Western practice was enhanced by Chinese treatments such as acupuncture and colon hydrotherapy. An inspired Yun began studying Chinese medicine, and he opened D-A-N Wellness Clinic in 2010 to share his knowledge with others. D-A-N Wellness Clinic focuses on three wellness areas: detox, anti-aging, and natural healing.
Due to his multifaceted training, Yun has the unique ability to describe the workings of Chinese medicine using Western terminology. After explaining that chi is the electromagnetic force that runs through every atom, he uses acupuncture to remove roadblocks and traffic cones in the chi pathways and restore balance to the body as a whole. According to Yun, acupuncture can treat almost any condition and is especially effective for pain management, enabling many patients to live free of medication for the first time.
The clinic also offers colon hydrotherapy, often in tandem with acupuncture. Yun says the unwell body is like an infected computer: Acupuncture acts as antivirus software, preventing the resurgence of infection, after colon hydrotherapy flushes out harmful substances before they can steal the client?s contact list. Patients often feel reenergized after treatments due to the removal of toxins and dose of hydration.
Treating symptoms is relatively straightforward. Addressing the underlying causes and promoting holistic wellbeing across the entire body is a more ambitious goal. As a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, John Shay attempts to accomplish the latter by channeling centuries-old treatments intended to locate and remove the blockages inhibiting the natural flow of the body's energy. The idea is that unrestricted energetic flow allows the body's natural healing mechanisms to operate at peak efficiency and not only relieve painful symptoms, but also prevent other conditions from arising in the future.
Originally born in Taiwan, Shay studied at the Chinese Culture University in Taipei before immigrating to the United States and obtaining a formal degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine. His approach to healthcare adopts a holistic focus, aiming to restore a sense of balance to ailing systems throughout the body. In addition to acupuncture, he also uses natural Chinese herbal medicines and cupping sessions to help ramp bodies back up to peak performance.
MyVita Houston Hormone Treatment Center's Dr. Zbigniew Chmielewski and President Leonard Ventimiglia don't promise a pill that can reverse the signs of aging, but they do have a pill to make aging easier. Before any treatment is performed, a free consultation with a doctor maps out the patient’s goals. Then, using all-natural hormone complexes and noninvasive procedures, the doctors regulate hormones levels in the patient’s body. The new burst of hormones keeps both men and women feeling balanced, and they reinvigorate patients' lives by eliminating hot flashes, fortifying against emotional highs and lows, and keeping things interesting in relationships.
Element 5 Om’s owner and licensed acupuncturist Sheri Davidson focuses on making disparate parts work together as a whole. Sheri began her traditional Chinese medical studies in 2000, cultivating a passion for Japanese architecture and martial-arts along the way. Through her studies, Davidson has learned extensively in the fields of Acupuncture, moxibustion training, Chinese herbology, Tai Chi, and Qigong.
Eastern medicine emphasizes a theory of interconnectedness. For example, the lungs affect the kidneys, which in turn affect the heart. To this end, the clinic’s range of services works to bring clients’ bodies into balance, without standard medications or excessive seesaws. Acupuncture guides the body’s energy flow into more healthful patterns by inserting fine needles into certain meridian points on the body. This is believed to stimulate the flow of energy and can treat a variety of chronic medical conditions, along with decreasing chronic pain. During cupping treatments, gentle suction coaxes tight muscles into releasing tension and toxins, whereas one-on-one health-coaching sessions help clients learn to live a life that fosters wellness.
Dr. Margie Loving aims to restore the balance between body and mind through massage and alternative treatments such as reiki massage and theta-brain-wave healing. A massage therapist since 1986, Dr. Loving is also certified in Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique, a process that aims to eliminate subconscious stressors. During a comprehensive first visit, Dr. Loving will take stock of the client's complaints, goals, and readiness to saddle and ride a giant spider, then design a program to suit them.