Even after Gretchen Clark learned about the physical and mechanical side of colon hydrotherapy, she noticed something was missing. She enrolled at Body Mind College and graduated as a certified holistic health practitioner. At A Happy Colon she uses her training in massage, reiki, and holistic physiology to connect with each client on a deep level and fuel true healing.
Her specialty at A Happy Colon is colon hydrotherapy, which uses warm water to flood the colon and rid it of waste, toxins, and bacteria. She also administers ionic footbaths in an effort to purify the body through the feet, which are the part of the body least likely to already be contaminated by all the dirty jokes the brain knows. The footbath’s millions of ions and warm water are supposed to seek out oppositely charged toxins and neutralize them.
Attend to spinal discomforts with a massage session tailored to problem areas. The 60-minute treatment relieves discomforts with Swedish, deep-tissue, myofascial and neuromascular therapies, as well as joint range-of-motion techniques. The two-fold healing fest continues with the ion detox foot soak. Baste tired toes into a briny broth of mineral sea salts to flush out toxins and energize the blood. With more than 200 large pores, the feet are a natural place to detox, and due to that, you should drink lots of water before and after treatment. Benefits of the podiatric plunge-and-purge can include relief for muscle aches and joint pains, a boost in immunity and energy levels, and faster healing of soft-tissue injuries sustained after being mistaken for an un-tender cut of meat.
In place of invasive medical procedures and prescription medications, Dr. Yaneil Maharaj—just "Dr. Neil" to his clients—employs a more personalized approach, addressing symptoms and their underlying causes simultaneously. He accomplishes this by using chiropractic techniques to check for misaligned vertebrae or muscular tension then, through chiropractic adjustments as well as massage, using hands-on therapy to restore the nervous system to its full potential. As Dr. Neil believes, when the nervous system functions without impairment, the body's natural healing processes are able to function more effectively, helping to not only relieve chronic aches but also stave off future injury and keep the brain from moving into a new body.
In 85 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings Chiropractic Offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth’s enormous spinal column.
The musculoskeletal specialists at California Health Center take a wide range of approaches to bodily imbalance. From chiropractic adjustments—which strive to slide misaligned vertebrae back into place—to massage, colon hydrotherapy, and acupuncture, their methods tackle ailments such as chronic pain and determined piggyback riders.
With over a quarter-century in practice, Dr. Hoon Lim retains his strong commitment to non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical methods of treating disease. First exposed to chiropractic care when he sought care for a martial-arts related injury, Lim decided he should provide the same aid and comfort to others. Among his patients: both of his sons, whom he treated for sports injuries and asthma. Using spinal decompression and gentle instrument adjustments, he guides patients' bodies into healthier alignments that treat the causes of discomfort rather than just symptoms. His other non-invasive services include electrical acupuncture, which combines an ancient eastern technique with electricity distilled from 100% natural thunderclouds, and nutrition and wellness programs that help patients improve their health through lifestyle adjustments.