The treatments at Women's Center for Holistic Healing rely only upon the healer's hands and exhaustive knowledge of the body. For instance, craniosacral therapy eases tension, pain, and disease with precise hands-on manipulations. Similarly, holistic chiropractic treatments begin with spinal adjustments, but they also carry into a client's home life. The chiropractor prescribes meal plans and exercise regimes to augment in-office healing. In addition, the center offers testing for food sensitivities and intolerances.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Manual body work for athletic enhancement
Pro Tip: Wear loose-fitting clothes for body work.
Dr. Lance A. Johnson and his staff of massage therapists and acupuncturists combine their noninvasive skill sets to administer holistic healing without the need for drugs or surgery. He envisions the entire person being well, not just having healthy lungs or healthy knees or healthy banana-peel sensors. This approach, in Dr. Johnson's view, dodges the problem of merely making patients' symptoms go away instead of getting to the root of those symptoms' cause. His staff devotes themselves to getting to this root and, once there, correcting it with such tried and true chiropractic techniques as adjustments, massages, or physical therapy.
Doctors of chiropractic Michael Cocilovo and Gilbert Rodriguez believe pain relief and healthful eating habits lead to an improved lifestyle. To that end, the two graduates of New York Chiropractic College schedule chiropractic adjustments and nutritional counseling at New City Chiropractic Center. Each doctor plies his trade with his own specialty: Dr. Cocilovo is a certified Sports Team Physician and Manipulation Under Anesthesia practitioner with more than 25 years of experience and Dr. Rodriguez is a board-certified chiropractor and physiotherapist. Together, the pair strives to root out chronic pain, so that no one has to see them again?a paradox elsewhere only pursued by aspiring ghosts and elite hide-and-seek champions.
A woman’s relationship ends, and she finds herself on the couch with a pint of ice cream; a college student is nervous for his upcoming midterm, so he stuffs his face with chips and candy. Lauren, owner and founder of The Hungry Heart, relates to these all too common scenarios, as she knows firsthand what binge eating feels like. But more importantly, she knows what it feels like to put an end to bad habits. At the Hungry Heart, she and her staff lead one-on-one hypnotherapy and nutritional counseling sessions designed to break compulsive gorging and yo-yo dieting so clients can lose weight and fall into normal eating patterns.
A graduate of New York Chiropractic College, Doctor of Chiropractic Lawrence Stern aligns spines and alleviates ailments with dexterous expertise. During an initial consultation, Dr. Stern will inquire into the past and present sources of each patient's tension, examine woeful backbones with a thermal scanner, and observe patients in a battery of range-of-motion tests and motorcycle stunts to determine the best treatment plan (a $60 value). Then, utilizing a half-hour series of spinal manipulations, he will adjust the detected misalignments and mollify stubborn vertebrae (an $80 value). Each session concludes with an expert massage to unravel muscular knots and unwind tangled anxieties (a $50 value). Posttreatment physiques might feel somewhat sore for a few days, much like they would after an exercise session or a heated argument with a sycamore tree.