Licensed acupuncturist Billy "Shonez" Singh is passionate about sharing the healing benefits of traditional Chinese medicine with his patients. Believing that the body should be treated as a whole, he incorporates acupuncture, tui na therapy, cupping, Chinese herbal remedies, and moxibustion stimulation treatments into his clients' health-care routines, helping to alleviate chronic pain, migraines, allergies, and depression, among other complaints.
Liz Fatone grew up in Southern California, surrounded by a natural bounty of produce and lean protein. She didn't realize how lucky she was until career and stress took away her born and bred healthy eating habits. She noticed a decline in happiness and health, and when her daughter was born, she decided it was time for a change. She sought training at the Institute for Integrated Nutrition, learning over a hundred dietary theories and studying the effect of food on all aspects of life. Armed with this knowledge and a desire to help others discover a healthier lifestyle, she now acts as a nutritional counselor, providing in-person or over-the-phone advice on shopping and cooking to individual clients and whole families.
The licensed therapists at Medical Massage Clinic dedicate themselves to helping to relieve a range of muscular ailments, including stored tension, chronic pain, and aching joints accrued from excessive slam-dancing at retirement parties. One-hour sessions include such modalities as Swedish and hot stone, which relax back muscles while increasing circulation. Specialized treatments target problem areas and include trigger-point therapy, during which knots of tension in muscles are located and unraveled with the determination of a string-hungry housecat.
A certified Chinese herbalist and recipient of a master’s degree in Oriental medicine, Alexandra Gerazounis wields her acupuncture skills for more than just feelings of relaxation. She specializes in both using the ancient treatment to help her clients lose weight and working in tandem with reproductive specialists to boost fertility in women. Her holistic methods extend to Chinese herbal supplements and ear candling to gently remove excess wax, moisture, and the sound of overplayed Top 40 hits.
Dr. Jacobs and Dr. Russo of Care Chiropractic believe that prevention is the best medicine. But in order to help patients maintain their health, they must first alleviate any existing pains. They work to erase aches and restore mobility through noninvasive methods, drawing on therapies including massage, chiropractic adjustments, and electric stimulation to help backs bend easily and necks swivel like well-oiled office chairs. The doctors specialize in spinal decompression, a non-surgical technique that addresses issues such as herniated discs and post-surgical conditions. By customizing treatment plans to each client's concerns, the specialists can decrease discomfort and focus on preventing injuries in the future.
Over the last decade, licensed acupuncturist Jae Hyuk Lee has worked in California and Virginia; now he's taking his acupuncture talents to New York City. Within his cozy healing studio, Jae shares his Oriental medicine expertise through private acupuncture sessions and noninvasive herbal therapy. Clients may also peruse his line of organic, handcrafted soaps, which offer exotic essences of ginseng and green tea.
Dr. Alan Siegel and Dr. Julie Syat have been straightening the spines of their clients from newborns to senior citizens for 15 years, specializing in various types of care including the treatment of pregnant women. Their chiropractic techniques aim to alleviate headaches, neck pain, and injuries caused from sports such as football or speed knitting. They also employ technology such as electric muscle stimulation and ultrasound therapy to increase blood flow and reduce inflammation.