Herbalist and licensed clinical massage therapist Marguerite Wright offers natural healing solutions to help clients get to the roots of their health issues, such as stress, insomnia, or depression. She offers a variety of massages, including Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, aromatherapy, and sports. She also offers herbal supplements, essential oils, and homeopathics.
The experienced massage therapists at Mobile Healing Hands travel to their clients’ homes, places of business, and favorite subway stations to relax tense bodies. They dispense the long, gliding strokes of a Swedish massage, trigger-point techniques for extra stubborn muscles, and heated lava stones during massage sessions.
Center owner Dr. Kelly L. Geritano believes in the ability of the body to heal itself. She combines that philosophy with a doctorate from the National University of Health Sciences and certifications in acupuncture, hypnotism, and basic meridian therapy to advise her patients, helping them reach for the optimum wellness stored on the top shelf. Along with a team of therapists, Dr. Geritano encourages proactive health with services such as massage therapy, fertility treatments, and nutritional programs.
The people that we serve tend to be anyone who has suffered for a long time. Who is discouraged with the multitude of unnecessary tests, shuffled from one doctor to another, never getting any better and only to be given another medication. Our patients tend to be people who want more than masking symptoms with harmful drugs
Xindy Foot Spa brings the centuries-old practice of Chinese foot reflexology to Tinley Park. In a calm and elegantly decorated space, experienced reflexologists use firm pressure on points on the feet believed to correspond to different organ and muscle groups, helping to detoxify and destress clients. The staff also offer spa foot massages, which include a warm foot soak and a shoulder, head, and neck massage.
When Dr. Jon Heyer graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic, he had already come around to viewing the human body as a complex, interconnected organism. His desire to put this holistic philosophy into action soon compelled him to open Holistic Health & Chiropractic of Frankfort, an innovative treatment center that eschews symptom-specific methods in favor of chiropractic techniques designed to promote total-body health.
Today, Dr. Heyer continues to lead his patients through three phases of care that work progressively to relieve pain, correct ailments, and maintain newfound health. As a licensed acupuncturist, he takes cues from ancient Chinese medical practices to ease ailments such as fibromyalgia, respiratory disorders, and chronic pain with fine needles. Though he wears his penchant for holistic methods on his white coat sleeves, Dr. Heyer also strives to stay at the forefront of traditional medical technologies. When he isn't studying the latest developments in the world of nutritional supplements, he can be found soothing muscles with ultrasound therapy, mechanical traction, and whispered lullabies.