At Ideal Weight Loss, helpful technicians work with clients to develop lasting weight-loss plans using noninvasive methods—meaning no surgeries, medications, or shots. At the root of the clinic’s mission is the Ideal Weight Loss method, which begins with complimentary consultations and is nurtured via a partnership between staffers and patients. Working as a team, they attempt to set realistic goals, which can be achieved in part thanks to the provided gourmet protein diets. In addition to the four-phase long-term plan, the clinic also offers body-sculpting services such as wraps and LipoLaser.
As Nicole Boeger studied at the Universal Spa Training Academy, she mastered massage techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone. Since then, she has opened her own studio inside a chiropractic practice and added cupping, bamboo rolling, and body wraps to her menu of services. While she works, she counteracts friction and stress with aromatherapeutic essential oils made from botanical ingredients and Bob Ross's voice.
Dr. Brad Pins and Dr. Michael Gergovich, both licensed chiropractors and alumni of Palmer College of Chiropractic, have tended backs for more than 15 years of their combined experience. At the practice, they employ traditional adjustments and massages, alongside more specialized therapeutic procedures. Dr. Brad Pins certification in the Webster technique, for example, helps him treat pregnant patients and dictionaries with worn out spines, and his custom foot orthotics help select patients improve their posture. To decide on the optimal treatment plan for each person, he draws on an arsenal of cutting edge diagnostic technology, such as digital x-rays and computerized nerve and foot scans.
The multidisciplinary staff at Physical Medicine Associates, overseen by director of clinics and Doctor of Chiropractic Angela Silva, puts patients on the pathway to wellness with both allopathic and holistic therapies. The clinical team also supports athletes who seek to recover from injuries or increase performance. Most often, the team's treatment plans integrate physical therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling. For athletes who want to enhance their speed, the healthcare professionals recommend sessions on the Power Plate acceleration-training device, whose vibration action stimulates fast-twitch muscle fibers.
Edgewood Clinical Services provides counseling with a focus on kids and families. We work quite a bit with parents who struggle with post-divorce issues, young adults looking to achieve life goals, and kids who are struggling at home and school
Though the licensed practitioners at Acupuncture INC—Brian Musial and Tom Betts—came to acupuncture from different backgrounds, both discovered a passion for the technique after experiencing its results first-hand. Tom, for one, witnessed the relief it offered his clients while working as a personal trainer, and Brian recognized its potential while recovering from a sports injury that wouldn't respond to traditional medicine or inspirational speeches from his coach. Today, the pair strive to provide the same relief to clients that they were able to enjoy, but for a much wider array of afflictions—from back pain and headaches to insomnia and allergies.
After a brief consultation, the acupuncturist inserts hair-thin needles placed at key points on the body's energy pathways, thereby dislodging blockages of energy that might be preventing healing. While needles are central to each acupuncture treatment, sessions may be accompanied by other modalities such as cupping, magnets, or heat therapy.