Certified Master Hypnotherapist & Trainer John R. Phillips, M.ht. puts his 18 years of experience to work assisting people with improving their quality of life. His practice emphasizes that hypnosis is not magic, as often portrayed on TV. It's actually a type of intensely focused concentration in which the hypnotized person can access their subconscious and uncover the mental blocks preventing their personal transformation. Through hypnosis, he has helped people quit smoking, lose weight, and even overcome phobias. Believing no condition is out of bounds for hypnosis, he has helped with almost all individual challenges.
Acupuncture Integrative Professionals,treating pain to restore health & wellness. Activate your health potential to get your life up and moving again. Take a natural approach to healthcare while rediscovering a happier healthier you.
Salt Lake Sport & Spine combines chiropractic care with Active Release Technique. ART treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are all conditions we treat.
Led by back-pain savant Dr. John Meadors, Utah Spine + Disc's highly trained staff employs deep-tissue laser technology to alleviate discomfort caused by a number of conditions such as joint strains, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, disc problems, and plantar fasciitis. During brief, 10-minute sessions, technicians aim to significantly reduce pain with warm, noninvasive beams emanating from the Litecure laser system. As a specialist guides the device over targeted areas, gentle light rays infuse subsurface tissues with photons that repair them and improve the 40-yard dash times of damaged cells. Benign beams also work to increase circulation throughout impaired regions, leading the body's natural healing processes to curtail aches by reducing inflammation.
Lamont Clinic's certified muscle-taming staff slackens painfully bound tissues with a comprehensive list of localized counter-gravitational treatments. An experienced massage therapist's friction-packed hands select specific treatments designed to uncoil connective tissue that gathers due to overuse, injury, or holiday sales at department stores. From the comfort of heated tables, therapists pinpoint systemic bindings of ischemic tissue that drag clients out of alignment and manipulate the underlying fascia to treat back and neck pain, chronic headaches, and an exhaustive list of other ailments. Structural assessments with each appointment ensure burdensome areas receive the most attention and muscles waiting to gripe about bad weather and traffic are dealt with afterward.
Hawaii. A boy dives off a cliff into shallow water and loses his eyesight after impact. Over the next months, the boy undergoes acupuncture treatments with Dr. Maekawa. As the doctor arranges the needles that restore blood flow to the boy's injured areas, her apprentice, Regan Archibald, watches closely. When the boy's eyes fill with vision again, Archibald understands the power of Chinese medicine to heal the body.
In 2004, Regan Archibald opened East West Health in Salt Lake City. He draws together complementary aspects of Eastern and Western medicine with the help of a medical doctor and nurse practitioner on staff. Together, they use acupuncture, clinical testing, and nutrition programs to treat disparate ailments, from anxiety and allergies to tennis elbow and whack-a-mole shoulder. According to Archibald, many patients are surprised to learn that acupuncture and ancient herbal medicine can also remedy gastrointestinal disorders, such as chronic diverticulitis.
Three times a year, Regan Archibald leaves the bamboo plants and earth tones of his clinic to return to Hawaii on a raft made of needles and mugwort. On the same island where he watched Dr. Maekawa restore a boy's eyesight, he broadens his knowledge of Chinese medicine and hones his skills in acupuncture modalities such as seitai shinpo. Archibald is one of only 13 certified practitioners of seitai shinpo, a method centered on the spine and its network of nerves.