Canyon Health centers its practice on three seemingly disparate specialties: obesity, chronic pain, and age-related health problems. The clinic's medical professionals have connected these issues because they know that for many people, all three are closely related. They also know that patients suffering from excess weight and pain problems often have a difficult time finding sympathy in a doctor's office, so they make it their goal to create a welcoming, dignified environment focused on hearing patients' concerns and finding ways to improve their quality of life. These methods range from physician-directed medical weight-management programs designed to achieve a long-term healthy weight to bioidentical hormone therapies that help ease age-related health concerns. For those with chronic pain, the clinic's wide variety of noninvasive treatments lead clients toward comfortable, pain-free lives.
America knows Chris and Heidi Powell as the married co-hosts of ABC's Extreme Weight Loss. But to Guidepost's Dr. Eric Lane and his wife Inger, the Powells are simply a niece and a nephew who are carrying on the family tradition of promoting healthy, holistic weight management. For chiropractor Dr. Eric and weight-loss consultant Inger, a holistic approach means not just balancing all the systems of the body, but balancing the body with the mind and spirit too. The duo strives not just to improve their patients' BMIs, but to improve their overall quality of life through treatments such as neuropathy, skin care, whole-body vibration, body wraps, and detox programs.
At New Body by Z, Doctor of Chiropractic Marie Mendoza-Cipollo specializes in providing alternative as well as conventional medicine, all with the intention of helping patients live happier, more fulfilling lives. The practice's flagship treatment?Zerona therapy?uses laser light energy to nonsurgically contour limbs and waistlines over the course of several weeks by liquidating stubborn fat cells and allowing the body's lymphatic system to naturally remove the unwanted waste. The doctor also help her patients by offering everything from chiropractic care and massage therapy to acupuncture and reflexology treatments.
With FitSculpt, clients have a nonsurgical option when it comes to tackling unwanted fat. That's because the center houses an i-lipo machine, which targets areas of fat more stubborn than a donkey born between April 20 and May 20 and zaps them with low-level lasers. This helps to break down fat cells, which are then released via post-treatment exercise.
As a mother of three, Bethany is familiar with the challenges families face when it comes to nutrition and toxins. She began researching holistic and drug-free practices, and what started as an act of motherhood quickly turned into something she wanted to share with others. Since then, Bethany has become a certified holistic health coach. She teaches other women and their families how to eat and live so that they can function like a well-oiled machine—and finally get rid of the well-oiled machine that was their robot housekeeper. Bethany range of services extends to nutritional counseling, designing detox cleanses, creating healthy recipes, and she even performs pantry makeovers to help her clients get back on their healthy feet.
Certified massage therapist Martha Z. Chambers mitigates aggravations of the minds, bodies, and nostrils of her clients with her itinerary of aromatherapy massages. Lend a tormented dorsal region to the Swedish massage, which uses long, flowing strokes to loosen up gnarly knots and relieve subdermal tension.