Board-certified chiropractor Dr. Jason Hurley helms Motion Council, where he and his team work to alleviate pains and issues through motion and physicality treatments. They offer services such as chiropractic care, massage therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling.
Health is more than the absence of disease; it's the overall well being of the physical, psychological, and emotional biospheres. Today's Groupon can heal you through and through: $30 for a full head-to-toe analysis, consultation, and acupuncture treatment at East West Acupuncture and Wellness Center, Inc. (a $75 value). The whole thing takes about 90 minutes and can be used to treat clients of any age, even manboys. Call ahead to make your appointment.
After a three-decade career in radiology, Dr. David Wolstein hung up his lab coat and retired. But not for long. In his brief retirement, he discovered the restorative effects of anti-aging therapies and began practicing again—this time in the field of anti-aging and rejuvenation medicine. He is joined at Total Vitality Medical Group by his son, Doctor of Chiropractic Brian Wolstein; chiropractor and professional bodybuilder Dr. Kristy Robbins; and aesthetic expert Dr. Sheryl Haynes. This team taps the Fountain of Youth with bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), nutritional counseling, and weight-loss programs.
Experts in traditional and alternative medicine led by David Minkoff, MD, work to uncover and resolve the underlying causes behind health issues at LifeWorks Wellness Center. Treatments combine holistic techniques such as homeopathy and kinesiology with high-tech procedures such as pulsed-energy therapy, which can help soothe chronic swelling and pain. Additionally, Dr. George Springer specializes in treating the symptoms and the underlying causes of fatigue problems, whether they stem from hormone imbalance, thyroid problems or other issues. The recently incorporated skincare program, led by nurse practitioner Sue Morgan, includes Botox and other wrinkle-reducing treatments that can help boost clients' self-esteem and the likelihood of faces getting carded when buying milk shakes.
Doctor of Oriental medicine Stephen Dell-Jones makes use of traditional Eastern medicine beyond the usual Chinese and Japanese acupuncture treatments. He calls upon holistic Eastern methods when creating supplement-based nutrition plans and performing cosmetic acupuncture treatments that can tone and tighten the skin to minimize the appearance of fine lines.