Natural Medicine in North Amityville

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Dr. Joyce Guirand and the team at Guirand Medical Care believe that “healthy habits start early,” which is why they offer primary care and aesthetic medicine for patients of all ages. They specialize in primary care that ranges from physical exams and acute injuries to chronic medical conditions and weight-loss assistance. Dr. Guirand also performs aesthetic medicine, such as chemical peels, body treatments, facials, waxing, and Botox.

101 Hempstead Turnpike
Farmingdale,
NY
US

In the past decade, Doctor of Chiropractic Adam Locke has treated nearly 4,000 patients for ailments including headaches, neck pain, back pain, wrist and hand pain, and hip and leg pain. Dr. Locke relies on a non-needle surface EMG scan to detect hidden problems in the muscles and joints of spines, then uses Active Release and Graston techniques to release knots in muscles and joints. He aims to loosen joints and relieve clients of pain quickly, safely, and comfortably.

640 Fulton Street, Suite 1
Farmingdale,
NY
US

OTOhealth Hearing Care protects and preserves auditory abilities by equipping patients with appropriate hearing technology and services. Each office carries an extensive line of hearing aids that sit behind the ear, on top of the ear, or inside the ear, or loop under the chin, around the back, and over the big toe before finally settling somewhere near the ear.

Its health-care professionals can lead comprehensive screenings for children and adults and help pair patients with a device to meet their unique needs. Additionally, technicians can expedite minor repairs to devices onsite and can also connect customers with assisted-listening devices that augment FM radios, alarm clocks, doorbells, TVs, and telephones.

940 Montauk Hwy
Copiague,
NY
US

Back pain may be common, but as the chiropractors at Copiague Chiropractic see it, that's no reason for anyone to live with it. They look for the deep causes of discomfort in spinal alignment and nerve function. Then, they devise a treatment plan. They have a lot of strategies at their disposal: manual adjustments are a common way to free pinched nerves and restore range of motion, but the chiropractors also use innovations such as ultrasound therapy, traction tables, and special adjustment instruments to make precise changes in the body. But patients don't need to study up on all the different techniques—chiropractors, who speak both Spanish and Polish, spend lots of time explaining both their findings and the recommended treatments.

1700 Great Neck Rd
Copiague,
NY
US