Deborah House, owner of Whole Health Network, helps clients to rejuvenate and find relief from stress and discomfort naturally with a menu of holistic body treatments. She believes many ailments can be eased through colon hydrotherapy, which flushes impurities from the digestive tract, and she recommends further detoxification through lymphatic massage, ear candling, and swan dives into a pool of Purell. Raindrop therapy harnesses the power of antimicrobial essential oils, and reiki recalibrates the body's energy levels and polishes auras to a high gleam.
The medical staff at Suburban Medical and Rehab Clinic strives to alleviate pain and prevent its recurrence through proper testing and treatment. In providing services such as ultrasound-guided joint injections and nerve testing, they can pinpoint the cause of pain and exact area to treat it. Their arsenal of treatment methods, such as physical therapy and chiropractic, means they’re prepared for a wide swath of ailments, from arthritis and sports-related injuries to whiplash and postsurgical rehabilitation.
For three decades, LCD Spinal Care has offered patients of all ages comprehensive chiropractic care. Led by Dr. Edgar Ruble, the staff uses classic chiropractic techniques alongside more advanced equipment to move clients toward a less tired, more robust state. Traction massage and nonsurgical decompression work to relieve problems rooted in the back, spine, or neck. On the more technical end of the spectrum, auriculotherapy, a treatment that stimulates the ear with a laser, can help patients conquer burdensome tobacco addictions or a disbelief in laser pointers.
A laser spa may conjure up images of a stark medical environment, but those would be images in the mind of someone who's never been to Azizta Laser Spa. The interior, which resembles a cozy living room, brims with vintage furniture that hosts exfoliating loofahs and handmade goat's milk soaps. Here, laser services and facial treatments pamper clients looking to rid themselves of unwanted hair or fine lines caused by aging or napping on a sewer grate.
At Midwest Physical Medicine and Rehab Center, muscle cramps melt and spinal disks pop into position under the hands of board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic Tahseen Moin. He and his team believe the body to be capable of overcoming most musculoskeletal ailments without the use of drugs or surgery. To this end, they combine noninvasive techniques, such as adjustments and massages, with nutrition and physical therapy to return bodies to normal function. They specialize in helping clients bounce back from sports injuries, auto accidents, and workplace injuries. When not administering adjustments or deep-tissue massages, Dr. Moin also helps clients whittle away excess weight by tailoring diet and exercise regimens.
Massage therapist Mia Corvin possesses a unique respect for the art of massage. More than just a pampering treat, she believes that massage's healing touch is vital to a well-balanced life. To Mia, awakening the senses and savoring tranquil silence—features inherent to a massage studio—are hardly superfluous. They're the things that make life worth living. She created Elixir Vitae Spa to share these essentials with others.
Named after the Latin phrase for the alchemical "elixir of life," the spa lives up to its mystically medicinal name. There, healing massages deliver non-invasive therapies powered by gliding Swedish strokes, deep-tissue pressure, and heat from simmering volcanic stones. Clients can also extend their calming treatment with a full list of add-ons, which range from aromatherapy sessions powered by essential botanical oils to steamy hot towel foot wraps.