Skeletons never get a day off. As the framework of the body, they're responsible for keeping us upright and mobile. Sometimes, that responsibility comes at a cost. Enter the chiropractic experts of the Chrio-Network. Using their extensive knowledge of the skeletal system and the nuanced adjustments required to keep it up and running, they help clients manage everything from chronic pain and mobility problems to sleep problems and migraines.
Some people know at an early age what they want to be when they grow up, but it took falling 40 feet out of the sky for a full-grown Clayton Woolley to realize he wanted to be an acupuncturist. Acupuncture restored the ankle he broke while paragliding, and his acupuncturist foretold he would make a career of the practice that had healed him.
At Carlsbad Acupuncture, Clayton Woolley recalibrates energy levels and restores balance to the body's qi using ultrafine acupuncture needles inserted into the skin. This, in turn, helps ease physical ailments such as arthritis, allergies, and ice-cream headache, along with mental maladies including depression, anxiety, and ADHD.
Clients saddle up to the stable of whole-body-vibration trainers at Success Wellness's Szone, stepping onto the machines' vibrating platforms as they initiate thousands of tiny muscle contractions across the body. The technology was originally developed to help astronauts to maintain crucial muscle mass while floating around in microgravity, and it now enjoys popularity among celebrities and athletes as a hassle-free way to augment the effects of regular exercise. Success Wellness's entire facility focuses on the vibration exercise, which can give practitioners results in as little as 10-minute sessions three times a week. Regular practice can increase bone density and muscle mass, and the low-impact nature of the exercise makes it ideal for seniors, those with conditions such as arthritis and rheumatism, or fitness-conscious Fabergé eggs.
At San Diego Healing Arts, located within La Costa Chiropractic, licensed acupuncturist Rick Peterson treats an array of health problems with acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. Along with several styles of acupuncture, including trigger point and auricular, he soothes pain with cupping, infrared-heat therapy, cranialsacral therapy, and herbal-medicine prescriptions. Client testimonials sing his praises regarding everything from his "amazing, healing spirit" to his skill at treating shoulder and back pain and correctly identifying each patient's spirit animal.
Gary Mock alleviates pain with massages and rolfing. He offers deep-tissue massages as well as the Unwinder, a massage designed for those that spend a lot of time at their computers. Alternatively, rolfing is a holistic approach to treating pain that takes the body’s relationship to gravity into account when manipulating its soft tissue. Gary uses rolfing to ease clients' chronic pain, increase their ranges of motion, and help their bodies gain resilience.
As a nutritional consultant and aesthetician, Lisa Blake understands the connection between what you eat and way you look. She promotes healthy lifestyles fueled by wholesome foods and beauty regimens backed by organic skincare product and quality supplementation. Consultation sessions with Lisa are friendly and informative, full of tailored advice and confidence-boosting encouragement.