Medical director and holistic doctor Victor Tsan and acupuncturist-herbalist Olga Selcova define disease as "a result of physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and environmental imbalance." Dr. Tsan's four decades in his field include experience in hypnosis, Reiki, acupuncture, and homeopathy, disciplines that he has used to help his patients restore their physical imbalances. Today, treatments at Viva Healthy Life include those disciplines and more, and complimentary consultations help clients decide which treatments are right for them.
Dmitriy Khelemskiy, a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist, of DK Acupuncture & Massage Therapy, PC allays bodily maladies with techniques that have existed for centuries. He and his staff practice acupuncture, cupping, herbal medicine, and massage therapy to help clients cope with a range of both emotional and physical ailments, from stress and depression to migraines, digestive issues, and back pain due to sleeping under your bed to outsmart the Boogeyman. Each of these noninvasive techniques rely on the body's self-healing properties, and over the course of multiple appointments, their effects are designed to help the body gradually restore balance.
The successful treatment of his own migraines with chiropractic techniques inspired Dr. Stuart Lakernick to devote his life to healing pain without drugs or surgery. Today, he makes good on that pursuit by performing noninvasive chiropractic adjustments, massages, and acupuncture. Rather than introducing foreign substances into the body, these techniques trigger the body's own self-healing abilities, stimulating the nerves and muscles to alleviate headaches, backaches, and digestive issues. He also offers cosmetic laser treatments such as spider-vein and hair removal ensuring patients are happy with how they look on the outside as well as with how they feel on the inside.
Licensed acupuncturist Daniel D. Nemer helms Translating Health, a holistic healing center where acupuncture liberates chi, massages limber up muscles, and the therapeutic powers of exercise alleviate ailments. Acupuncture places needles at specific points along the body’s meridians, or energy channels, liberating chi or pent-up rapping abilities. The treatments rarely hurt and may improve bodies after one session. In massages, Nemer kneads muscles using a blend of reiki, bodywork, and acupressure to diminish tension and pain. Nemer’s supervised distribution of herbal therapies and nutritional advice helps clients prolong good health with potent organic herbs that they can cook, apply topically, or sprinkle like confetti over their duvets.
Founded by Dr. Susan Stukes, a certified health coach, SevaLife is an oasis of wellness treatments designed to bring about physical and mental health. Bodies looking to rekindle relationships with minds will find yoga, pilates, and meditation classes, while those with inner alkaline batteries to recharge can look to reiki treatments and Pranic healing sessions. Dr. Stukes relies on her background as a dentist as she doles out advice about oral health, which is often linked to overall wellness and chronic conditions. The studio also offers cleansing programs.