Licensed acupuncture practitioners Joanna Lei Shelton and Molly McMichael gently stimulate acupuncture points with fine filiform needles in treatments targeted to each client's specific health concerns. Patrons relax on comfortable tables nestled in quiet, private rooms with individual temperature controls that keep patients comfortable and able to continue pranks on Arctic explorers. The session lasts between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on the client's health concerns, and the practitioner draws on extensive experience to tenderly insert the sterile, disposable needles, which stimulate trigger points. The acupuncturist communicates with the patient during the process to keep the treatment as pain-free as possible and cause only sensations of tingling, pressure, or light quilting.
The dedicated massage therapists at 8 Spa Massage knead stressed sinews with traditional Chinese massage strokes and nutrient-rich organic lotions. Ease into a 60- or 90-minute session that undulates between light pressure and deep-tissue kneadings through the use of chi-gong. This ancient Chinese approach focuses on energy, helping the body heal from illness and long naps inside the washing machine. Torso tamers use acupressure points, rubbing, and muscle tapping to relax the body and assist in restoring its natural balance. The treatment's unscented organic lotion soothes the skin and senses with hypoallergenic goodness in the form of jojoba, shea butter, sesame oils, sunflower, and chamomile.
We make all natural aromatherapy products for all types of health issues, including allergies, skin, hair, joint pain, shingles, respiratory issues, etc. We also have a variety of therapists who practice at our Institute. Therapies include Massage, Reflexology, BodyTalk, Yoga and Reiki/Hypnosis.
Regardless of the doctor of chiropractic you see—Hollis Helms at United Chiropractic or Brad Cudnik or Keith Taylor at Pecan Valley Chiropractic—you’ll certainly be in practiced hands. Though they have more than 60 years of combined experience as chiropractors, the trio spends ample time refining their craft in postgraduate courses and training. Their treatment techniques vary slightly by office and include traditional spinal adjustments, decompression, massage, and therapeutic exercises, such as swimming in a pool full of aromatherapy oils.
The carefully curated menu of facials, massages, and skincare treatments at Claudia's Little Corner gives clients an opportunity to revive tired complexions and recharge their minds. The list of facials targets dullness and signs of aging with an aesthetician's custom-tailored care, which starts with a skin analysis and an ultrasonic skin scrubber for a gentle deep cleansing. Nonsurgical anti-aging treatments include radiofrequency treatments that work to improve skin's tone and firmness. While faces defy aging, bodies can defy gravity with firming and slimming wraps. Clients can also plop down on a massage table for a relaxing or therapeutic massage to let go of stress from busy careers or the soreness from arm wrestling a slot-machine handle.
A four-headed team of chiropractic doctors, Cynthia Gans, Steven Hambright, Scott Wofford, and Kayce Fry, works together to alleviate pain at South Texas Spine and Rehab. Their use of traditional chiropractic services such as spinal decompression, adjustments, massage therapy, and active care can help treat conditions from dislodged discs and scoliosis to the fear that your skeleton is haunted.