Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Acupuncture, massage therapy
Pro Tip: We offer free WiFi. Simply ask and our receptionist will be more than happy to give you the password.
There?s always plenty to learn. Licensed acupuncturist Adina Robinson has taken this truism to heart, and continually delves deeper into her passion and chosen profession. Adina has traveled the world to learn more about traditional Chinese medicine, participating in an intensive program of study in Wanzhou, China. Along the way, she has earned certifications in acupuncture face-lifts, aromatherapy, Acugems facial rejuvenation, and Nambudripads Allergy Elimination Technique. She uses these techniques, along with cupping and moxibustion, to move her clients toward a state of balanced health.
In addition to continually adding to her knowledge base through study and frequent doses of library air, Adina has learned that confidence and comfort are important components of her sessions. Sterile, single-use needles ensure that all procedures are safe, and her deft techniques prevent pain and discomfort in almost all situations.
With more than 10 years of professional experience under her belt, Angelica Drum has learned how to incorporate modern technology into millennia-old treatment modalities. This gives her a flexible approach to holistic healthcare that alleviates the energetic imbalances that can cause chronic pain, stress, or anxiety over time. Angelica balances the body?s energy flow with traditional acupuncture sessions, and also provides a needleless acupuncture alternative that uses AcuTron Mentor technology to treat bodies with a combination of microcurrent and color light therapy. Regardless of her methodologies, Angelica's time-honored and modern approaches share the common goal of promoting long-term health and wellbeing by restoring a sense of holistic balance between clients? minds, bodies, and spirits.
Insomnia, weight gain, and chronic pain seem unrelated, but to Body Restore’s head, Dr. Sean Patterson, they all stem from the same root causes. He and his team of chiropractors, dietitians, and massage therapists tend to those three symptoms and myriad others at their practice, using therapies that facilitate stronger connections among mind, body, and spirit. Their treatments range from nutrition counseling and chiropractic adjustments to cold-laser therapy that catalyzes the healing process by enhancing cellular function. The clinic’s whole-body vibration, meanwhile, can activate the metabolism without overusing muscles.
The staff at Healing Arts Institute instructs aspiring therapists in body work that aims to eliminate pain from the center of the body. Anatomy and physiology classes, classrooms with full-length mirrors, and more than 1,600 square feet of space help interns learn body mechanics. A vast understanding of the body?s inner workings help them as they move from classroom study to the school?s onsite spa, where clients can schedule massages with them or with the school?s experts. Student interns complete over 200 hours of training, and while beginning interns perform gentle Swedish-style massages, more advanced practitioners can quell injuries with their handiwork. Regardless of style, all of Healing Arts Institute?s clients depart from the massage clinic feeling more relaxed than a sloth traveling through a speed trap.
Healing Arts Institute also has a community-acupuncture clinic where a licensed acupuncturist, not a student, inserts needles into several clients at once. Clients lie back in recliners and rest while the needles go to work. Because the acupuncturist can treat multiple people at a time and no private treatment rooms are used, community acupuncture costs less than private acupuncture. It is also the type of acupuncture commonly used in Asia.