The practitioners at ACM Health Solutions help patients discover wellness through the alternative therapies of acupuncture, chiropractic, and massage. Licensed acupuncturist Steven Homoky, a former engineer, became such a believer in alternative medicine that he switched careers after seeing his son, who battled with debilitating allergies, find relief through Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Treatment (NAET). The clinic's other needle artist, Cheannié Marquis, completed her training under the Ni brothers, 38th generation healers, at Yo San University in Los Angeles, and she also helps allergy sufferers find respite from their symptoms. Doctor of chiropractic Brian Dillon's services help children and adults alike fight pain with adjustments, and the clinic's massages can aid in rehabilitation, stress alleviation, and drawing genies out of magic lamps.
Dr. Tom wishes good health and happiness for all, but in his case, it's not mere sentiment or idle generosity. He actively seeks to make this notion a reality through the healing powers of acupuncture. A graduate of the Shanghai Medical University, the doctor received his education in the ancient science first hand, later travelling to the U.S. to round out his medical and acupuncture skills with chiropractic education. He then opened Li Chiropractic & Acupuncture to help treat the aches and pains of local clients with medical techniques gathered from across continents and millennia.
After spending time picking the brains of New York’s top artists and educators, and then working in a renowned hair company, Maleka Fazli chose to blaze her own trail with Master Threading and Hair Services. At her salon, she enhances the appearances of men, women, and kids with hair treatments such as cuts and highlights. She also shapes brows with threading, and nurtures skins with advanced facials. Body waxing and henna tattoos round out her litany of beauty treatments.
Within the sunny yellow walls of their tranquil spa, the therapists at Body & Sole Spa banish stress with a blend of massage and Traditional Chinese Medicine. They use acupressure and reflexology techniques to help restore balance to organ systems and ease tension by targeting specific points on the body and feet, but they also achieve similar results with fine acupuncture needles. They dole out warm cups of healthful tea, made by the spa's teacher, and give clients the option of controlling the remote on their own personal TV, a rare privilege for those living with professional channel surfers.
As acupuncturists, Yung Yeh and Jane Yeh rely on millennia-old Eastern techniques, as well as elements of Western medicine, to design treatments that help alleviate illnesses and the underlying conditions that cause them. They accomplish this by inserting thin, disposable needles into key spots along the body, releasing blockages in the natural flow of the client's internal energy. Many believe that this helps promote healthy organ function throughout the entire body. Together, the duo has helped thousands of clients find relief from chronic pain, sciatica, stress, muscular pain, and other various ailments.