The Advanced Allergy Solutions team of technicians ease the itching, sniffling, and digestive troubles of allergy sufferers with noninvasive, holistic treatments. Eschewing painful scratch tests, needles, and daggers tipped with pollen, these practitioners use massage-like acupressure treatments on patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. They treat ailments such as eczema, sinusitis, and bloating, but for safety's sake, will not address substances that have been diagnosed as causing an anaphylactic reaction.
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In addition to performing his signature non-invasive chiropractic adjustments in the offices at Life Chiropractic, Dr. Austin Davis also treats patients across the globe. His genuine passion for helping others compels him to take regular trips to other countries, where he plies his healing trade to orphans, people with disabilities, monks, and government officials.
Body Mechanix’s talented personal trainers, including a nationally ranked strongman and a Harvard grad, didn’t get buff all by their lonesome. Believing that encouragement and camaraderie make as much difference as weight and reps, they cook up ever-changing routines through collaboration with their fellow fitness gurus, a practice that allows them to share ideas and show off their ability to bench-press other bodybuilders. Individual lessons send clients sprinting across indoor stretches of turf or hiking heart rates with cardio and weight machines, whereas group classes help them sweat off inches with fast-paced boot-camp exercises or teach them how to jab out aggression with circuit boxing.
As a little girl, Rachel Hemphill listened wide-eyed to her great-aunts' tales of living and practicing acupuncture in China. Inspired by these stories, Rachel pursued a master of science in traditional Chinese medicine, then entered a clinical training program at Yue Yang Hospital. Today, she presides over City Pulse Acupuncture, where she carries on her great-aunt's lineage as a practitioner of the ancient art of acupuncture. The practice hasn't changed much over the millennia. Rachel traces constellations of entry points in the body before carefully inserting micro needles into them. This helps her manage energy flow and promote circulation in her customer's bodies, easing maladies that range from stress and arthritis to headaches caused by thinking about the physics of a black hole. She plucks colorful jars of raw or powdered herbs off wooden shelves to pair with patients or sends those suffering from muscular tension to massage therapist Jonathan Whitehorn. Whitehorn practices tui na massage, a Chinese therapeutic modality that soothes aches while enhancing energy flow and circulation. City Pulse Acupuncture also welcomes women hoping to conceive naturally or with assisted reproductive technologies. Drawing on five years of intense study with renowned fertility expert Dr. Lifang Liang, Hemphill develops personalized plans to enhance their fertility more effectively than blackmailing a stork.
Dr. Terrance Stackwood D.C. brings more than 25 years of spine-aligning know-how to Universal Chiropractic, where holistic philosophies pair with practical treatments to usher patients down the road to wellness. On arrival, warm greetings prelude a light smattering of paperwork, which allows clients to communicate their unique needs and medical history without reading scenes from their Grey’s Anatomy spec script. Next, patients meet with Dr. Stackwood for a 10- to 30-minute wellness exam that combines a consultation and examination with four cervical, thoracic, and lumbar x-rays if necessary or if the the clients requests. If desired, Dr. Stackwood can also perform posture, orthopedic, and neurological tests to bring to assess persisting symptoms and why sleeping in a chimney is bad. Post-exam, sore muscles melt beneath the healing hands of a licensed massage therapist, who can oscillate between Swedish, sports, and deep-tissue modalities as well as acupressure techniques and trauma-release therapy in the comfort of a private massage room.