Fox Valley Physician Services, S.C. helps patients manage pain with tailored treatment plans. Depending on the nature and source of a patient's pain, the staff may recommend physical therapy, prescription medication, injections, or surgery. Its rehabilitation programs address pain from car-accident injuries, muscle and nerve aches, headaches, and herniated discs.
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.
Dr. Thomas Kinsella and Dr. Michael Quintana, the licensed chiropractors at S.P.A.R.C. Chiropractic, want people to know there are alternatives to surgery and prescription medication. Instead, they use Chiropractic Manipulation Therapy, or gentle adjustments, to decrease pain, help the body heal itself, and improve their clients' range of motion. Their clinic also offers functional movement screens, massage therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional therapy.
At Chirosport Family Health Center, Dr. Brian L. Sailor helps patients heal from injury, stress, or sickness with non-invasive physical therapy. Each non-surgical chiropractic treatment, from gentle spinal adjustments to soothing massage, aims to treat the root causes of diseases and chronic pain, instead of simply treating symptoms or replacing ailing limbs with mannequin parts. Here, patients can also assuage aches or fight the urge to smoke with specialized acupuncture procedures, or asses and treat their allergies with BioSET enzyme therapy.
Kryssage Wellness's three-person team blends traditional medicine with massage and alternative healthcare in order to teach the body to heal itself. By employing custom combinations of techniques such as massage therapy, Maya abdominal therapy, detox programs, and chiropractic, the holistic healers seek to free up blocked energy pathways and improve the function of clients’ minds, bodies, and spirits. Guests may request appointments online or by explaining their symptoms to a sympathetic carrier pigeon.
Western medicine may stem from centuries of technological and scientific advancements, but Chinese medicine relies on millennia-old practices that take a broader view of health care and well-being. These practices inspire the staff members at Point Flow Acupuncture, who aim to treat their clients with personalized therapies—such as restoring balance with acupuncture, herbal formulas, or massage—and encourage the body's natural healing processes. In addition to addressing the symptoms, holistic therapies aim to improve health across the entire body by treating the underlying causes.
Point Flow Acupuncture's founder, Joyce, began her health-care career more than 30 years ago as a radiologic technologist. In addition to working closely with ob-gyn physicians and reproductive endocrinologists, she also suffered from the physical and mental trauma of polycystic ovarian syndrome. These professional and personal experiences inspired Joyce to create a studio dedicated to addressing infertility and women's health concerns. However, she chose to leave behind the medical practices from her first profession and fully commit to the natural, holistic treatment methods that first granted her relief from her own pains.