When interviewed by Holistic Health magazine in 2006, Dr. Scott Denny proclaimed, ?There is a great synergy when conventional medicine and oriental medicine are applied together.? This holistic harmony is readily apparent at Integrative Hospital Associates, where Dr. Denny has devoted his life to treating acute and chronic health issues with an approach that integrates the healing philosophies of both Eastern and Western medicine. Together with his personable team of chiropractic physicians, nutrition experts, and massage therapists, Dr. Denny works tirelessly to enhance clients' well-being through acupuncture and an array of other therapies designed to help combat addiction, disease, and habitual sleepsurfing. Oriental-medicine techniques, such as herbal medicine and the Gua Sha healing process, work alongside services based in conventional science, such as cold-laser therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
Among other accolades, Dr. Denny is the 11-time recipient of the Continuing Education Excellence Award in Pain Management and has served as the President of the American Academy of Pain Management and the head of acupuncture services at Holy Cross Hospital Feldman Center for Optimal Health. The compassionate doctor has been featured in local news media for his ?multifaceted approach? to treating chronic pain and is also the inventor of Dodai Fusion Therapy, a combination of ancient Japanese manual therapy and meridian-based acupuncture techniques.
Holding a bachelor's degree in health science in one hand and a master’s degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the other, Haley Honeysett exercises her wealth of knowledge and depth of experience with holistic remedies at the helm of Honeysett Acupuncture. Employing the ancient techniques perfected by Chinese acupuncturists over 2,500 years, Haley and her staff stimulate specific points across clients' bodies using hair-thin needles, helping boost blood flow and treat diverse ailments such as back pain, migraines, insomnia, and trouble digesting swords. Haley also has experience using the therapy to support clients' fertility and to cultivate inner butterfly gardens.
The practitioners at East West Physicians don?t limit themselves to one approach to healthcare. Instead, they merge traditional Eastern medicine with chiropractic, primary care, and anti-aging therapies. The acupuncturists on staff use their hair-thin needles to combat everything from pain and infertility to weight problems, and the spine specialists treat children and adults with drug-free adjustments. Unlike chaperoning a kindergarten field trip to the car horn factory, visiting the center is a good thing to do if you?re feeling tired and stressed; vitamin drips and bio-identical hormones treat fatigue, and massage therapy relaxes muscles and minds.
When not tending to patients with misaligned spines and muscle pains, chiropractor Dr. Roger Blinder can be found overseeing the practice’s laser center. Here, technicians remove unwanted body hair via advanced laser technology that’s designed to permanently destroy follicles at the root, a more effective removal process than staring at the hair until it falls out.
A combination of chiropractic adjustments, massages, and physical therapy helps patients find relief from both chronic and new pain. The staff also works preventatively, offering lifestyle counseling and nutritional advice that introduces more healthful foods to your diet.
At Acupuncture & Holistic Medicine Inc, acupuncturist Evelyn Lopez takes a whole-person approach to wellness. When she assesses patients, she factors in sleep patterns, diet, and emotional health, for example, and that attention to detail shines through in her acupuncture too. As she distributes hairlike, stainless steel single-use sterile needles along meridian points, she uses techniques that are geared towards balancing the body. This applies equally to sessions for physical ailments, such as back pain and PMS, and more psychological maladies, like anxiety. However, Evelyn isn't restricted to acupuncture treatments alone?when appropriate, she can also prescribe Chinese herbal medicine, or tend to energy fields with touch-free reiki work.