Connie Campbell is always on the hunt to find the latest treatments and products that will keep her clients looking young and feeling younger. During an appointment, she might ask clients to rest atop infrared warming pads as she applies Glo Therapeutic skincare products and performs DiamondSkin microdermabrasion. She might also use a formaldehyde-free glue to individually attach faux mink eyelash extensions to lash lines, creating lashes so thick they make it almost impossible to look through a keyhole to see how keys work.
Connie has spent years learning massage techniques, including a period spent studying the Mueller method under the late Bill Mueller himself. As a breast cancer survivor, Connie understands the effects trauma and pain can have on the body, which is why she customizes each massage using four modalities including reflexology.
The mission- and volunteer-driven clinic provides alternative, holistic health care to low-income and underserved communities at a complimentary or low rate. Its team dispenses naturopathic and chiropractic medicine from its office and at an array of outside events. For almost a decade, it's been the driving force behind the San Diego Healing Arts Festival, which in recent years has been visited by 30,000 guests. During Alternative Happy Hour events, healthy snacks fuel attendees who pay $10 to experience acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, massage, and energy healing, along with courses in yoga, drumming, and mild or spicy salsa dance. The clinic also donates services to organizations such as the YWCA women's shelter and the Wounded Warrior Project, which benefits veterans affected by injuries and psychological issues.
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As a sports-massage specialist, Tricia can often be found working on athletes at community events such as Race for the Cure and the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She's just about the perfect candidate for giving back to these kinds of causes, as her specialties include not just sports massage, but geriatric and oncology massage as well. She performs all of these modalities and more at Celestial Craniosacral, her one-woman operation where she administers everything from Swedish and Shiatsu treatments to hot-stone therapy and acupressure. In addition to massage, she supports overall wellness with reiki, energy work, and chicken-soup scented aromatherapy.
Clients on Veronica Densey's treatment table can slip into a worry-free state with the knowledge that she is an experienced body therapist using all-natural and meticulously homemade products. At Nola SD Touch, Veronica works out tension with massage-therapy techniques that include gentle Swedish and therapeutic deep-tissue massage. She can also help right clients? internal wrongs using the targeted pressure of reflexology on the hands and feet. The products she uses on clients? skin are made of sugars, salts, and chemical-free ingredients that come together to leave birthday suits as soft as cashmere suits.
Doctors of Chiropractic Ivana Nedic and Cameron Sutter are both graduates of Southern California University of Health Sciences who take a whole-person approach patient care. Their goal is not just to cure their patients of injury and disease, but to prevent ailments through education and holistic intervention. In addition to treating patients of all ages and back shapes, their caring philosophy has earned their practice a finalist spot for Best Chiropractor in the San Diego Union-Tribune?s 2013 reader poll.