Acupuncture Natural Wellness's licensed acupuncturist realigns meandering energy meridians in the body and combats pain according to techniques pioneered by ancient Chinese healers. A series of slim, sterilized needles balance off-kilter energy and stimulate endorphins as the acupuncturist inserts them at depths of up to three inches, depending on the client's problem areas, including fatigue, work-chair-induced achiness, depression, allergies, or 40th-birthday balloons that refuse to pop. Although the hair-thin disposable needles generally prick without discomfort, sensitive clients can opt for fewer insertions or tickled from a kitten's whiskers instead of needles. Two treatments are often enough to tackle acute issues, but patrons may schedule up to six for chronic migraines, arthritis, or nervous conditions. Introductory sessions last roughly 60 minutes, whereas second appointments can wrap up in as little as 40 minutes in the serene haven of healing.
Licensed by the state of New York and certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Jonathan Leung helps heal a wide array of infirmities through physical therapy, acupuncture, and a variety of injections aimed at relieving several types of pain. The expertise he has gleaned as a practitioner and then a clinical instructor at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan accompanies the doctor to each patient interaction. Dr. Leung opened the Staten Island Pain & Rehabilitation Medicine P.C. office, inside of which the space evokes a homey atmosphere, with high-back leather benches and paintings of serene vistas to match the mood of exiting patients.
The doctors at Complete Chiropractic relieve everyday aches and painful injuries with a combination of traditional techniques and advanced technology. The battery of equipment allows them to perform spinal traction to space out vertebrae, which can relieve pressure and reduce spasms. In private rooms, massage therapists draw upon the Graston technique. This method, which was developed by athletes, uses steel instruments to heal the fibrosis and inflammation often associated with sports injuries and falling asleep in bumper cars. When they aren't kneading sinews and cracking backs, staffers use acupuncture, kinesio taping, and cold-laser therapy to stimulate nervous systems, stabilize joints, and promote healing.
We offer Physical & Manual Therapy, Massage, Personal Training & Weight Loss, Cold Laser Therapy for Pain, Pressotherapy for Varicose Veins & Cellulite. We are open 7 Days per week, including late evenings & early mornings. We take 99% of all health insurances. Free parking for clients.
Taking a holistic approach to therapy, Victory Healing Arts performs a variety of treatments aimed at healing the body from within while educating patients to improve their overall quality of life. Wellness massages employ a gentle touch and manipulation of the muscle's upper layers to trump tension and melt away stress from lengthy office hours and high-stakes karaoke competitions ($40). Like a disquieting sand sculpture of a spine, actual spines may morph and change with time, creating pain, stiffness, and homes for hermit crabs. A chiropractic evaluation takes a look at individual variations with the aim of improving posture and mobility ($75). Alternately, via needle stimulation of meridian zones delineated by ancient Eastern medical practices, acupuncture can ease pain and tension, and restore the body's essential balance ($60).
At Hands of Gold Chiropractic, the hands in question belong to licensed chiropractor Jason Peloquin, a graduate of the University of Bridgeport’s College of Chiropractic. At his practice, which was dubbed Best of the Boro in 2011, Dr. Peloquin balances modern chiropractic services such as crackless mechanical adjustments, spinal decompression, and physiotherapy with more all-consuming wellness services such as nutritional coaching and lifestyle advice. He also practices kinesiotaping and the ancient Chinese technique of gua sha body scraping, which can help to speed up the healing of soft tissue injuries or the scratching off of lottery tickets.